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S. Rivas-Gomez, J.A. Gonzalez-Guevara, J. Cruz-Hernandez, A.P. Galindo-Nava, R. Camacho-Velazquez, R. Islas-Juarez, A. Pineda-Munoz
Paper presented at the SPE Reservoir Simulation Symposium, February 11–14, 2001
Paper Number: SPE-66386-MS
... long, whereas the vugs were represented by cylinders of 1 cm diameter and 1.7 mm depth. The experimental runs were carried out at different water injection rates between 2 and 200 ml/h and variable pressure between 0.006 and 0.910 psi. The simulation runs, carried out using Eclipse 300 reservoir...
Paper presented at the SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference, April 14–18, 2018
Paper Number: SPE-190323-MS
... reservoirs and it provides operational understanding of how to manage pressure and soak time to maximize recovery. The recovery factors obtained in this investigation, in the context of the vast reserves of crude oil contained in organic rich shale, can sustain a second shale revolution and further...
Paper presented at the SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, October 17–19, 2017
Paper Number: SPE-186385-MS
... Water cut has been increasing once breakthrough happened. However, pressure did not seem to drop to its predicted pressure over the cumulative production based on the FDP. Since then, there is severe increment of water cut from oil producer wells. It was also observed that the production rates...
Paper presented at the SPE Gas & Oil Technology Showcase and Conference, October 21–23, 2019
Paper Number: SPE-198535-MS
... are the Athabasca oil sands in Northern Alberta and the Orionco - River deposit in Venezuela. By comparison, the Athabasca oil sands alone cover an area of more than 42000 km2, in which oil storage is more than all the known reserves in Saudi Arabia. It is found that only one sixth of over 1.7 trillion barrels...
Paper presented at the SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition, March 22–23, 2016
Paper Number: SPE-179045-MS
... in. OD or larger and 100+ grade. The maximum operating pressure for the 100+ grade strings was within the 6,000 to 7,000 psi range. The level of strain at the bias welds locations was high, i.e. between 1.7% and 2.2%. Table 1 Pure fatigue failures on bias welds between 2011 and 2014...
Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, March 26–28, 2019
Paper Number: IPTC-19333-MS
... Gaither Draw Unit is a heterogeneous and tight formation with an average permeability less than 0.1 mD. After more than 1.7 MMSTB water injection, there was no clear indication or benefit of the injected water from any producer. However, knowing the distribution of the injected water...
Publisher: NACE International
Paper presented at the CORROSION 2015, March 15–19, 2015
Paper Number: NACE-2015-5705
... in light water reactors, particularly of primary pressure boundary components, has had a significant effect on capacity factor. Early degradation issues developed within months of operation such as bulk cold worked stainless steel in boiling water reactors (BWRs) and were resolved. Subsequent problems...
Journal: Journal of Petroleum Technology
J Pet Technol 70 (04): 42–48.
Paper Number: SPE-0418-0042-JPT
Published: 01 April 2018
...Stephen Rassenfoss Paul Weddle describes himself as a “perforation geek.” The completion manager for Liberty Resources is among a small group that has an obsessive interest in all the details that can alter the performance of the openings blasted through casing, cement, and into rock during...
Journal: Journal of Petroleum Technology
J Pet Technol 37 (02): 261–268.
Paper Number: SPE-11986-PA
Published: 01 February 1985
...E.P. Langston; J.A. Shirer Summary Secondary oil recovery for the Jay/Little Escambia Creek (LEC) Fields Unit will exceed initial estimates by 27 × 10(6) bbl [4.3 × 10(6) m3] because of innovative reservoir management based on a comprehensive surveillance program and detailed reservoir description...
Paper presented at the SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition, April 5–7, 2005
Paper Number: SPE-93817-MS
... pipelines and two onshore oil and gas terminals. Overall layout of the offshore infrastructure, currently producing 77,000 bbls oil/day and 1.7 billion cubic feet gas/day, is shown in Figure 1. Of note is the wide diversity, both oil and gas production, old and new, low- pressure and high-pressure, etc...
Publisher: World Petroleum Congress
Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-1040
..., pharmaceuticals, plastics, textiles and food. RFP12 - Water Management RFP Globally, the chemical sector is a $1.7 trillion industry and incidentally growing at about 4 percent annually. We are working hard to get our piece of that pie. When you combine the chemical industry with your companies the $7 trillion...
Edward Tollefsen, Roger Bisham Goobie, Sheila Noeth, Colin Michael Sayers, Lennert Den Boer, Pat Hooyman, Goke Akinniranye, Jay Cooke, Ron Thomas, Edgar Carter
Paper presented at the International Oil Conference and Exhibition in Mexico, August 31–September 2, 2006
Paper Number: SPE-103936-MS
... was pushed 1,287 ft deeper than planned and a pre-planned 5-in. liner eliminated. The reduction in casing expense, as well as slim-hole drilling and completion costs resulted in a savings to the operator of approximately $1.7 million. Introduction Introducing real-time LWD formation pressure measurements...
Paper presented at the SPE Gas Technology Symposium, June 13–15, 1988
Paper Number: SPE-17762-MS
.... A well abandoned because it would not flow into a 250 psi (1.7 MPa) gathering system (one stage of compression) would leave about 500 psi (3.4 MPa) BHP. The lower the permeability, the higher the reservoir abandonment pressure. Seasonable gas markets caused periods of low flow rates. The wells also had...
Paper presented at the SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition, October 18–20, 2004
Paper Number: SPE-88500-MS
.... The initial waterflood recovered 36.7% IOIP by injection of 8.6 pore volumes of water. Only 2.75 % IOIP recovery was obtained by post-waterflood blowdown and two pressure cycles. Then 3.1 standard litres methane was injected to a core pressure of 4.5 MPa, and another 1.7 PV water was injected to flood...
Publisher: NACE International
Paper presented at the CORROSION 2010, March 14–18, 2010
Paper Number: NACE-10345
... corrosion susceptibility of 13-Cr and super 13-Cr martensitic stainless steels in simulated production environments in equilibrium with up to 850 ppm H2S (g) and 1.7% CO2 (g) at elevated pressures. In contrast to similar experimental arrays, coupons remained at their free corrosion potential for most...
SPE Res Eval & Eng 9 (02): 154–164.
Paper Number: SPE-88500-PA
Published: 01 April 2006
... volumes (PV) of water. Only 2.75% IOIP recovery was obtained by post-waterflood BD and two pressure cycles. Then, 3.1 std L of methane were injected to a sandpack pressure of 4.5 MPa, and another 1.7 PV of water was injected to flood the sandpack. The final BD recovered only 1.35 % IOIP. Water does...
Paper presented at the SPE European Formation Damage Conference, May 13–14, 2003
Paper Number: SPE-82223-MS
... completions cause potentially massive differential pressures in the wellbore. Some south Texas wells produce from as many as 15 distinct sand lenses. The reservoirs are low-permeability sand and siltstone with varied clay content, having temperature gradients in the range of 1.7 to 2.2 °F/100 ft. These tight...
Paper presented at the IADC/SPE Asia Pacific Drilling Technology Conference and Exhibition, September 13–15, 2004
Paper Number: SPE-88012-MS
... Abstract There are many factors to consider in the design and execution of a cement job for deepwater operations in the South China Sea. These factors include the abnormally pressured sands with high probability of shallow flows, presence of gas hydrates, low-fracture pressure formation, low...
Publisher: Offshore Technology Conference
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 3–6, 2004
Paper Number: OTC-16993-MS
... by DTU completions (improved reservoir management); difficulties and interface challenges resulting from management of multiple contracts; opportuni- ties to capture reservoir performance upside; improvement in pressure maintenance operations; and level of capital exposure in downside (subsurface, cost...
SPE Res Eval & Eng 1 (01): 52–56.
Paper Number: SPE-36655-PA
Published: 01 February 1998
... 0.8 to 7.1%), and a flow capacity of 1.7 md-ft. Geophysical logs were collected over the objective interval, including induction and neutron/density suites. Mud weight at total depth was in excess of 15 ppg, indicating a pressure of approximately 14,489 psi (minimum) at the reservoir level. Shows...
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