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Formation damage from completion workover fluids
Paper presented at the SPE California Regional Meeting, November 4–5, 1971
Paper Number: SPE-3707-MS
... SOCIETY OF PETROLEUMENGINEERS OF AIME 62OO North Central Expressway a-~ SPE 3707 Dallas, Texas 75206 Formation Damage from Workover and Completion Fluids, By Ben A. Eaton, UniversalDrilling and EngineeringConsultants,Inc., and Mack %ithey, Texas Brine Corp., Members AIME D c9pyright1971 American Institute...
Youssry Abd El-Aziz Mohamed, Alaa Tawfik El-Gindy, Helal Ahmed El-Agamy, Amr Ismail Moustafa, Ali Mohamed Eissa, Mansour Mohamed Akeel
Paper presented at the SPE Trinidad and Tobago Section Energy Resources Conference, June 28–30, 2021
Paper Number: SPE-200936-MS
... the salt plug application in completion and workover operations in more than 10 wells, no losses were experienced and the fluid levels were in a static mode. With a successful flow back for these wells after completing Completion and or Workover operations, this is an indication that no formation damage...
Mahmoud Reda, Abrar Albahri, Dharmesh Pandey, Mohammad AlFaudari, Srinivas Kommaraju, Satinder Malik, George Pallath, Mohamed Ali
Paper presented at the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Conference, September 28–October 2, 2020
Paper Number: SPE-199935-MS
... of overbalance condition during the workover operation is difficult to achieve in a low pressure environment. Near wellbore damage due to the invasion of the drilling/completion fluid to the formation can cause reduced well productivity and loss of production. Restoring the production may need expensive...
Mohammad Hassan, Ahmad Nour, Thanyan Al-Yaqout, Chakshu Agarwal, Saad AL-Mejmed, Fawaz AL-Saleh, Yousif AL-Shammari, Fatema AL-Hazeem, Mouzah AL-Khatrash, Emad Safar, Ahmad Hassan
Paper presented at the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference, October 15–17, 2018
Paper Number: SPE-191528-18RPTC-MS
... Abstract Fluid loss in sub-hydrostatic wells during overbalanced workover operation is a significant concern and includes three different challenges. The first challenge is the near wellbore damage due to the invasion of the completion fluid to the formation. The second challenge...
Paper presented at the SPE European Formation Damage Conference, June 7–10, 2011
Paper Number: SPE-143771-MS
... of isolating productive zones with little to no damage during workover operations. Transition metal ions, such as titanium and zirconium, have been used to crosslink HEC fluid systems. Difficulty in forming stable crosslinks on HEC linear chains has limited its application in oilfield completion...
Hamad AL-Rashidi, Mariam Jamal, Bruce Duncan, Abdullah Al-Mousawi, Asma Al-Sagheer, Safia Al-Mosaileekh, Mohammad Al-Husaini, Mohamed Ali
Paper presented at the SPE Kuwait Oil & Gas Show and Conference, October 13–16, 2019
Paper Number: SPE-197992-MS
... to the pay zone which in soe cases need months to be recovered and lead to high deferred oil. Workover and Fishing: Using Salt Pill during fishing jobs will protect the formation from damage and will stop invasion of excessive killing fluid. In addition, the ability to achieve full circulation...
Paper presented at the SPE Production Operations Symposium, March 13–14, 1989
Paper Number: SPE-18844-MS
... formation damage completion fluid well control polymer SPE Society of Petroleum Engineers SPE 18844 Foam Recompletion of High-Angle, Low-Pressure Dry Gas Wells Offshore Louisiana ' by C.W. Pardo, Texaco Inc., and T.S. Andrus, B.E. Bibb, and S.E. Bibb, Texaco U.S.A. SPE Members Copyright 1989, Society...
Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, March 26–28, 2019
Paper Number: IPTC-19510-MS
... loss is 15.7 ° 104t. The problem of the formation pollution during the workover has been effectively resolved, which provides technical support for the production stability of complex fault block oilfield. Key Words: Complex fault block, Formation protection, Formation damage, Workover fluid, Kill...
Paper presented at the SPE Latin America and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference, April 16–18, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-152320-MS
... of the loss of completion fluid, emulsions, and clay instability. Many operators prefer to produce well with formation damage rather than expose the ESPs to corrosive fluids to remove the damage or generate additionally damage during a workover. Using a non-acid chelating system (NACS) as the stimulation...
B.. Fun-Sang, J.. Arévalo, P.. Zamora, R.. Grijalva, Y.. López, R.. Fraga, S.. Pineiros, A.. Mendoza, J.. Carrión, T.. Jiménez
Paper presented at the SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 7–9, 2018
Paper Number: SPE-189520-MS
..., and, most importantly, the nature of the formation damage. From the reservoir and production engineering perspective, understanding formation damage and identifying its root cause is a key for designing the appropriate solution. After 18 months of intensive activity with drilling and workover operations...
Hamzah Kamal, Prakoso Noke Fajar, Ghozali Farid, Aryanto Agus, Priyantoro Tri Atmojo, Amru Kautsar, Respati Pradhipta Seno
Paper presented at the SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, October 12–14, 2021
Paper Number: SPE-205816-MS
...) Cementing program (e.g., cement bond logs) Completion and perforation reports (e.g., fluids used) Workover history Stimulation history For L-Field case, we are focusing to formation damage during well intervention and during production phase. Damage is often created during workover operations...
Paper presented at the Fall Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, September 28–October 1, 1975
Paper Number: SPE-5662-MS
... treatments. Introduction In recent years, considerable effort has been directed toward the development of new techniques and materials to minimize formation damage during workover and completion operations. Many workover fluids previously in common use have been replaced by previously in common use have...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 27–30, 1987
Paper Number: SPE-16933-MS
... permeability completion efficiency solid concentration injection flow in porous media completion fluid injection fluid dynamics upstream oil & gas inlet solid concentration operation filtration formation damage concentration completion workover fluid society of petroleum...
Paper presented at the SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 13–15, 2008
Paper Number: SPE-112439-MS
... beneficial for certain completion and workover applications as well, where formation damage could be avoided by the practical elimination of fluid-fluid or fluid-rock interaction or where simply the workover objectives can be achieved by obtaining efficient circulation of fluid to surface. Completion...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 27–29, 2014
Paper Number: SPE-170629-MS
... implementing the proposed pill. This paper highlights the successful design and implementation of a robust pill to control excessive completion fluid losses, minimize formation damage in dual-porosity reservoirs with hydraulically induced fractures. Two important conclusions result from this work...
K.. Gobert, Y.. Pyatigorets, N.. Krunic, M.. Amanov, M.. Belov, O.. Belova, T.. Khabibullin, O.. Levanyuk, B.. Lungwitz
Paper presented at the SPE Russian Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 16–18, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-160596-MS
... line) data. One of the main challenges of workover and completion operations is to prevent the loss of completion fluids, which leads to formation damage and consequent decreased after-workover production rates, well control issues, and additional costs (completion brines are expensive). After...
Paper presented at the SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition, August 2–4, 2021
Paper Number: SPE-208265-MS
... of workover fluid and Loss Circulation Materials (LCM) were reported. Post workover and subsequent well clean-up, WELL-001 could not sustain flow. The inability of the well to sustain flow was attributed to possible formation damage during the workover operations. To tackle this problem, mud acid - a mixture...
Paper presented at the SPE Formation Damage Control Symposium, February 7–10, 1994
Paper Number: SPE-27396-MS
... the movement and bridging of fine solids or chemical reactions. or thennodynamic considerations. The fine solids may be introduced from well bore fluids or generated in situ by interaction of invading filterate with rock minerals or formation fluids. The concept of fonnation damage relates to the well...
Paper presented at the SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 26–28, 2014
Paper Number: SPE-168197-MS
... of completion and workover fluids which are in extreme overbalance with the depleted reservoir. As the potential energy of the wellbores is greatly decreased, often a well is not capable of clearing itself from these various types of formation damage. Flowrate restoration requires identification of the issue...
Paper presented at the SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 19–21, 2020
Paper Number: SPE-199331-MS
... nozzle drilling fluids and materials drillstem/well testing remove formation damage fill clean fill accumulation wellbore drilling operation fill cleanout workover operation operation Cleaning fills, scales, waxes, asphaltene or other blocking mechanisms from wellbores is one...
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