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SPE Form Eval 12 (03): 194–201.
Paper Number: SPE-28489-PA
Published: 01 September 1997
... flow experiments. Our objective is to develop a model that properly accounts for both the infiltration of particles and the buildup of an external filter cake at the rock surface. Literature Review Many published studies relate to well impairment or formation damage caused by suspended particles...
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Paper presented at the SPE Gas Technology Symposium, May 15–17, 2006
Paper Number: SPE-100467-MS
... 80°C. These same formations are now fracture stimulated using the Low Polymer fluids with loadings as low as 1.8 kg/m 3 (15 lb/1000gal) with exceptional results. This paper demonstrates that Low Polymer fracture fluids can be used in place of higher polymer fluids with minimal changes...
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Paper presented at the CORROSION 2020, June 14–18, 2020
Paper Number: NACE-2020-14626
... ABSTRACT There are three known types of high temperature sulfidation present in the refining industry. Two of them have industry recognized methodologies for damage prediction, and they both manifest as general thinning morphologies. They are known as H 2 -free sulfidation and H 2 /H 2 S...
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Paper presented at the SPE Middle East Oil and Gas Show and Conference, March 18–21, 2019
Paper Number: SPE-194882-MS
... only NJSR formation and install uncemented liner to eliminate the damage caused by cement invasion and achieve sustainable production. The study also emphasized to activate the well as soon as possible after completion to revive fracture conductivity. Uncemented perforated liner completion method has...
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Paper presented at the IADC/SPE Underbalanced Technology Conference and Exhibition, March 25–26, 2003
Paper Number: SPE-81647-MS
... is used to improve well productivity, drilling performance, and an understanding of the reservoir. Well productivity is improved by minimizing formation damage caused by drilling mud, cuttings, fluids, and cement entering the formation. These items can cause skin damage and increase the cost of the well...
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Paper presented at the SPE Production Operations Symposium, March 21–23, 1993
Paper Number: SPE-25412-MS
... COnsPiCUOUS acknowledgment of where and by whom the paper is presented. Wrtte Ubrarian, SPE, P.O. Box 833836, Richardson, TX 75063-3836, U.S.A., Telex, 163245 SPEUT. SUMMARY over $1.8 MM. Hydrochloric acid (Hel) stimulation is a common method of removing shallow damage in carbonate formation completions...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 16–18, 2009
Paper Number: PETSOC-2009-043
... and reduce down hole job time and damage as well. Fine Formation Evaluation Basic Data of Formation The lithology of well Well A is limestone, which locates in Carboniferous System of Paleozoic Erathem. The target zone of stimulation is between 1275.00m to 1300.43m with effective porosity 1.8%, core...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 21–24, 2008
Paper Number: SPE-115536-MS
... and minimization of formation damage. In these systems 55 - 99.9% v/v is gas and the rest is liquid. Liquids travel as droplets in mist drilling and as part of the bubble structure in foam drilling. The liquid phase is called make up or base fluid and is usually diesel, fresh water or inhibited water. The gas...
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SPE Prod & Oper 7 (01): 9–14.
Paper Number: SPE-19433-PA
Published: 01 February 1992
... at reducing damage at 185 degs F(100% retained permeability) but produced only 1.8% retained permeability at150 degs F. A material of this type could be quite sensitive to temperature interms of both damage removal and premature viscosity reduction. The materialcould have limited effectiveness in rock...
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Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, December 3–5, 2008
Paper Number: IPTC-11970-MS
... in Table 1. After investigating the evidence showed there was severe casing damage from 60m-300m. The 7" tubing and the casing in the well was damaged and connected to each other and to the formation behind the casing. This caused the underground blowout and the gas from tubing flowed in the shallow...
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Paper presented at the SPE European Formation Damage Conference, May 13–14, 2003
Paper Number: SPE-82218-MS
... Abstract Application of citric acid for damage removal in both clastic and carbonate rocks has historically not received widespread acceptance due to formation damage concerns regarding precipitation of calcium citrate. In addition, usage of citric acid in place of hydrochloric acid has been...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 4–7, 2009
Paper Number: SPE-123827-MS
... and vertically, have a variety of pore types and are characterized by low porosity (range 0–22%, average 1.8–3%) and permeability (range 0–119md, average 1–2 md). Fractures appear to play a major role in production based on well performance studies. The MM formation is generally considered as pure with >90...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 23–26, 1979
Paper Number: SPE-8223-MS
... to 13.6 lb/gal) range. The object of using the brine fluid was to enhance production rates by minimizing formation or "skin" damage, production rates by minimizing formation or "skin" damage, which in turn greatly offset the initially higher cost (in comparison to conventional drilling muds). The brine...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 21–24, 2008
Paper Number: SPE-116364-MS
... can be as damaging as water flow, because it increases the pore pressure of the shale, which can cause wellbore failure. It is of primary interest to understand this when using OBMs in shales. It is also important to understand how factors such as the emulsifier concentration in the OBM...
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Paper presented at the SPE Gas Technology Symposium, June 13–15, 1988
Paper Number: SPE-17742-MS
... process consolidates formation sand into a matrix which is permeable to gas flow but screens sand out of casing perforations. Sand produced with gas can severely damage production equipment, enlarge perforations in the casing, and plug wells so that injection and withdrawal are prevented. This paper...
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Paper presented at the SPE Formation Damage Control Symposium, February 13–14, 1984
Paper Number: SPE-12495-MS
... permeability with cores containing iron. permeability with cores containing iron Introduction Brines are used in completion and workover operations to minimize formation damage. However, a number of additives are needed for the successful application of brines. One additive routinely used is an inhibitor...
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Paper presented at the CORROSION 2002, April 7–11, 2002
Paper Number: NACE-02025
..., including investigations into the potential for damaging effects such as corrosion, formation impairment, biofouling and solids removal or re-deposition. Upon completion of these tests, nitrate was dosed into the injection water on the Skjold field in the Danish sector of the North Sea. In one well pair...
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SPE Form Eval 4 (01): 38–44.
Paper Number: SPE-15707-PA
Published: 01 March 1989
... to the original wettability state, but the permeability remains affected. Water-based drilling fluids made no appreciable change in the wettability of the three initially highly hydrophilic porous media. Introduction Some fluids used for core drilling, completion, and workover damage the reservoir rock properties...
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Journal: SPE Journal
SPE J. 12 (03): 316–321.
Paper Number: SPE-90840-PA
Published: 19 September 2007
.... These gels are important because they lower costs and help to minimize formation damage. In this paper, methods for predicting crosslinkability at low concentrations are reported. The polymer literature is filled with methods for characterizing polymer solutions almost none of which find wide use...
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Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, March 26–28, 2013
Paper Number: IPTC-16494-MS
... performance —represents a major technological advance in the petroleum industry. The use of these new fluids during fracturing operations has the following benefits: minimized environmental footprint and formation damage, operational efficiency and simplicity, and maximized fracture conductivity. This paper...

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