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Basin Figure 1: Map showing the location of the Deep Basin in Alberta, Western Canada Figure 2: Slickline logging unit. 8 SPE 115816 Figure 3: 1/8th inch diameter slickline with an internal optic fiber. 4a.
4a. Conventional 4b. Velocity string 4c. Velocity string + annular flow Figure 4: Conventional gas well and velocity string completions with conventional and with annular flow. SPE 115816 9 Nodal Pressure Model
Radial Thermal Model Radial heat
loss Well flowing
pressure Flow Reservoir
pressure Figure 5: Reservoir thermal simulator major components. Steady state flowing
temperature Geothermal 12hr transient
flowing temperature Joule-Thomson inflow
temperature Flow profile Figure 6: Steady state (red) and 12 hour transient (blue) flow profiles for same rate and Joule-Thomson cooling. 10 SPE 115816 Steady state flowing
temperature Geothermal Low pressure
middle layer Joule-Thomson inflow
Flow profile Low pressure JouleThomson temperat...
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