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Propping agents and fracture conductivity
Paper presented at the International Meeting on Petroleum Engineering, March 17–20, 1986
Paper Number: SPE-14085-MS
... with a perspective of the current provide the reader with a perspective of the current fracturing state of the art. The discussion addresses economic design considerations; fracturing material behavior (propping agents, fracture conductivity, fluid loss, fluid rheology and proppant transport); field acquired...
Svetlana Pavlova, Mikhail Demkovich, Arkadii Loginov, Sergei Vereschagin, Valeriy Karpov, Nikolay Parshin, Sergey Timochkin, Arsentiy Ryazanov, Igor Drobin
Paper presented at the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference, October 22–24, 2019
Paper Number: SPE-196970-MS
... of LWP with density equal to density of silica sand, but with higher crush resistance, provides improved proppant transport inside the fracture without loss of conductivity. Hence, this type of proppant is the optimum propping agent corresponding to both - conditions of reservoir and fracturing goals...
Paper presented at the Fall Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, September 30–October 3, 1973
Paper Number: SPE-4677-MS
... of the propping agent pack. 6. Results presented emphasize the importance of complete fracture fill-up near the well- bore. Money spent in increasing fracture conductivity will be wasted unless good fracture-to-well communication is achieved. Techniques to insure that the fracture is filled at the wellbore should...
Paper presented at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference, November 11–14, 2019
Paper Number: SPE-197910-MS
... source for propping agents through the formation of resilient composite aggregates that can effectively withstand high fracture closure stresses and provide highly conductive flow paths for well production. The aggregate's superior stability is derived from using a binding material that allows...
Publisher: American Rock Mechanics Association
Paper presented at the 53rd U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 23–26, 2019
Paper Number: ARMA-2019-1564
...., 2018a; Zhang et al., 2019). At present, many scholars have conducted experimental or numerical studies on temporary plugging and diversion technology. In order to optimize the fluid diversion efficiency in fracturing, Allison et al. (2011) proposed the fundamental criteria for designing diversion agents...
Paper presented at the SPE Eastern Regional Meeting, September 14–16, 2005
Paper Number: SPE-98019-MS
... a conductive channel from the formation back to the well bore. Here in Appalachia, sand is the propping agent of choice used in most all fracs. Those fracs where sand is not used would be in deeper wells requiring a proppant with higher crush resistance than that of sand or those fracs where no propping agent...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Fall Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 1–3, 1978
Paper Number: SPE-7572-MS
... in-situ permeability should be reproduced as far as possible. A previous work6 demonstrated that, at least for sand, the most important parameters for the fracture conductivity can be classified as follows: Stresses applied on the propping agent and fracture width, temperature, pore fluid. The stress...
Paper presented at the SPE European Formation Damage Conference, May 25–27, 2005
Paper Number: SPE-94666-MS
... in the stimulation effect led to studies of propping agents that continue to this day. It is generally accepted that propping agents maintain fracture width and provide conductivity to the well. These agents must be strong enough to withstand the environmental stresses placed on them during the production life...
Paper presented at the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference, February 3–5, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-173385-MS
... are closures (non-conductive medium), green areas are fracking fluid, and black areas are proppants (sand particles). As can be observed, the distribution of propping agents (black areas) is variable based on the roughness characteristics of rocks. In all fracture models, sand did not reach the end...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 4–7, 1981
Paper Number: SPE-10132-MS
... and detail log analyses would provide additional information on the effects of propping agent on well productivity in this formation. proppant closure pressure red fork formation fracture agent production rate glass bead mesh size conductivity hydraulic fracturing permeability fracturing...
Paper presented at the SPE Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, May 26–27, 1969
Paper Number: SPE-2452-MS
... for publication in one of the two SPE magazines. Abstract Production increases resulting from fracture treatments should be based on the conductivity and location of the propping agent - not on the area created by the frac fluid. Model studies show that in conventional fracture treatments propping agents...
Paper presented at the SPE Unconventional Resources Conference, April 1–3, 2014
Paper Number: SPE-168996-MS
... in the stimulation effect led to studies of gelled fluids, breakers, and propping agents that continue to this day. It is generally accepted that propping agents maintain fracture width and provide fracture conductivity to the well. These agents should be strong enough to withstand the environmental stresses placed...
J Pet Technol 30 (01): 132–140.
Paper Number: SPE-5636-PA
Published: 01 January 1978
..., one may conclude that it is always better to use finer sand to increase the propped area of the fracture. This is not always true. Coarser sands are more conductive and can transmit more fluid to the wellbore. Because the propping agent creates a conductive fracture, proppant selection should be based...
J Pet Technol 27 (11): 1319–1325.
Paper Number: SPE-4676-PA
Published: 01 November 1975
.... In fracturing treatments, some type of granular propping agent, such as sand, is transported into the propping agent, such as sand, is transported into the fracture to hold the faces apart. The proppant bed that fills the fracture may have a fluid conductivity hundreds of times greater than the formation...
Journal: SPE Production & Operations
SPE Prod & Oper 15 (02): 83–89.
Paper Number: SPE-63010-PA
Published: 01 May 2000
... of propped fractures is a goal for production enhancement. The conductivity of a propped fracture is significantly influenced by in-situ stresses. Under high closure stresses ~4,000 psi or more!, sand is significantly crushed and loses conductivity. A new surface-modification agent ~SMA! allows proppant...
Paper presented at the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference, October 26–29, 2020
Paper Number: SPE-202054-MS
.... One of the producers agreed to make a trial batch for conducting pilot operations at the Salym group of fields Abstract One of the engineering tasks of hydraulic fracturing design is the correct selection of the propping agent. Ceramic proppant, which is used in most fields in Western Siberia...
Paper presented at the SPE International Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition, October 16–18, 2018
Paper Number: SPE-191407-18IHFT-MS
.... The application of small mesh sand as propping agent is only justified when its resulting fracture is not conductivity restricted with respect to the formation being treated. With high initial drawdown pressure, the proppant pack of small mesh sand with insufficient conductivity becomes a choke on the overall...
J Pet Technol 35 (05): 853–864.
Paper Number: SPE-11922-PA
Published: 01 May 1983
... on the resulting effectively propped fracture length and fracture conductivity, as propped fracture length and fracture conductivity, as well a son the treatment cost. Fluid properties strongly govern fracture-propagation behavior and the distribution and placement of the propping agents. Fluids that leak off...
Paper presented at the SPE Reservoir Characterisation and Simulation Conference and Exhibition, May 8–10, 2017
Paper Number: SPE-185982-MS
... of 100-mesh size or larger is still an ideal propping agent to be placed in primary fractures and their adjacent branches, where the fracture width will allow entry of these particulates to provide conductive channels for the later time production from the fracture network to the wellbore. Placement...
Paper presented at the SPE Gas Technology Symposium, January 22–24, 1991
Paper Number: SPE-21496-MS
... a granular propping agent into the formation. The well productivity is improved by creating a highly conductive flow path from the formation to the wellbore. Achieving and maintaining sufficient fracture conductivity is critical to the optimization of gas recovery from hydraulically fractured wells...
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