Petr 450
Class 3
Diffusivity Equation
2 1
+
=
2
0.000264
Four Solutions
Bounded Cylindrical Reservoir
Well produces at constant rate qB
Well is centered with a radius of rw
Uniform pressure in th
Decline Curves
Type Curves
Fetkovich
Fetkovich combined the solutions of the diffusivity and Arps equation
to form a generalized method of analyzing decline curves.
Dimensionless values
= 2
=
Analy
Decline Curves
Decline Curves that plot flow rate vs. time are the most common tools for
forecasting production and monitoring well performance in the field. These curves
quickly show by graphic means
Petr 450
Class 8
Duration of Afterflow
The first part of the pressure curve is caused by the afterflow into the
wellbore from the reservoir after the well is shut in on the surface. This
can cover the
Petr 450
Class 15
Horizontal well tests
A horizontal well is one that the wellbore is parallel to the plane of the
formation that is produced.
Dimensionless variables used for horizontal wells
=
=
Petr 450
Class 7
Effects and Duration of Afterflow (Wellbore Storage)
Problems caused by afterflow
1) Delays the beginning of the MTR
2) Total lack of MTR in some cases
3) False straight line mistaken
Petro 450
Class 4
Principle of Superposition
The Ei function the most useful of the approximations assumes a single
well with a constant flow rate starting at time zero. The application of
the princip
Petr 450
Class 12
Type Curves
The type curve developed by Bourdet, et al is a plot of dimensionless
time PD vs the dimensionless time group tD/CD for wells with wellbore
storage and skin in a infinite
Petr 450
Class 6
Actual Buildups
Do not follow the idealized tests that have instantaneous shut in with a
zero flow rate. Also idealized models a very thin skin. The radius of
investigation helps expl
Petr 450
Class 13
Inifinite Conductivity Fracture Type Curve
Use this curve on wells that have been fraced. Good method to calculate the frac
length.
To find the well properties it is the same as the
Decline Curves
Part 2
Hyperbolic Equations
Calculate the time interval spanning the initial and final rate for the
hyperbolic case.
[
]
Rearrange the rate-decline relationship
[ ]
For cumulative produ
Petr 450
Gas Wells
The given equations are for liquids, for compressible fluids some
changes are needed. In many cases just converting the B to gas rb/mscf
and q in mscfpd will work. Square the pressu
Petr 450
Type curve example
Data
Bo = 1.21 rb/stb
Pwf = 2989 psi
h = 23
= .21
= .92 cp
ct = 8.72x10-6
Match points
pD
p
M
1
200
t
tD
1
40
CD
cdes = 1010
Calculations
kh 141.2 2500 1.21 .92
1
200
1965m
Nomenclature
a
=
A =
AI =
AR =
Awb =
b
=
1,422j.tPZpgT[ln(~)-0.75+sJ
kh
r;
drainage area of well, sq ft (m 2)
fracture area, sq ft (m ")
reservoir area, acres (m 2)
wellbore area, sq ft (m ")
1 422
,
WELLTEST-95
|.2: Derivative Algorithms
2 Derivative Algorithms
Three algorithms are provided to compute the derivative “dAp/d(lnAt).” These are (with increasing
complexity): (i) two—points, (ii) three
Petro 450
Naturally fractured Reservoirs
Models
Single-Fracture
Double-Porosity This is the one that is mostly used
Dual-Permeability
Diffusivity equation accounting for matrix-fracture interaction, q
Take home test.
Plot the type curve and horner plot for this data. Then find the k, s, P * for this well.
Use either the software or by hand. Give the parameters used if by hand, use the report in the
Petr 450
Class 9
Pressure level
Ideal model suggests a method to find the original pressure of the
reservoir by extending the straight line of the MTR to horner time equal
to 1 on the horner plot. For
Harmonic Declines
Harmonic equations b = 1
This is a restricted version of the hyperbolic case, the change in the
decline rate is constant.
2
=
2
The producing rate for harmonic
2 =
1+
To solve for t
Petr 450
Class 10
Multiphase flow
Flow equation modified for multiphase flow
The buildup equation
The total flow rate in RB
Total mobility
This imply that the total mobility can be found using m of th
Petro 450
Class 5
Buildup Test
Horner Plotting Method
Ideal Test
A test in an infinite, homogeneous isotropic reservoir with a slightly
compressible single phase fluid.
Assumptions
1) Infinite reservo
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