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PETROLEUM PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
BOYUN GUO – WILLIAM C. LYONS – ALI GHALAMBOR
CHPTER -3-
RESERVOIR DELIVERABILITY
Solution of Problems page 3/43

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PETROLEUM

PRODUCTION

ENGINEERING

BOYUN GUO WILLIAM C. LYONS ALI GHALAMBOR

By: Hawar AbdulKhaliq Hamma Gul

3.1

Consider (1) transient flow at 1 month , (2) steady state flow , and (3) pseudo

steady state flow. the following data are given:

Porosity , = 0.25

Effective horizontal permeability , k = 10 md

Pay zone thickness , h = 50 ft

Reservoir pressure , pe = 5000 psi

Bubble point pressure , pb = 100 psi

Fluid formation volume factor , Bo = 1.2

Fluid viscosity , o = 1.5 cp.

Total compressibility , Ct = 0.0000125 psi-1

Drainage area , A = 640 acre (re =2.980 ft)

Wellbore radius , rw = 0.328 ft

Skin factor , S = 5

Solution :

time = 30 day = 24 x 30 = 720 hr.

J*=

=

)

(

)(

)(

)(

)

)(

J* = 0.1515215 bbl/day/psi

)(

( )

qo = J* (Pe pwf)

Pwf (psi)

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

qo (stb/day)

757.6075

606.086

454.5645

303.043

151.5215

0

6000

5000

3000

2000

1000

0

800

700

600

500

400

300

qo (stb/day)

200

100

pwf (psi)

4000

J*=

* (

)(

)(

)* (

J* = 0.13938 bbl/day/psi

Calculated points are:

Pwf (psi)

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

qo (stb/day)

696.9

557.52

418.14

278.76

139.38

0

6000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

800

700

600

500

400

300

200

100

qo (stb/day)

4

pwf (psi)

5000

J*=

)(

)(

)

)

(

Pwf (psi)

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

qo (stb/day)

736.01

588.808

441.8

294.404

147.202

0

6000

5000

3000

2000

1000

0

800

700

600

500

400

300

200

100

qo (stb/day)

5

pwf (psi)

4000

Porosity , = 0.20

Effective horizontal permeability , k = 80 md

Pay zone thickness , h = 55 ft

Reservoir pressure , pe = 4500 psi

Bubble point pressure , pb = 4500 psi

Fluid formation volume factor , Bo = 1.1

Fluid viscosity , o = 1.8 cp.

Total compressibility , Ct = 0.000013 psi-1

Drainage area , A = 640 acre (re =2.980 ft)

Wellbore radius , rw = 0.328 ft

Skin factor , S = 2

Solution :

Assume pseudo-steady state flow ,

J*=

(

(

)(

=1.518476 STB/day/psi

q max =

=

)(

= 3796.2 STB/day.

)(

)

)

(

q = q max [

Pwf (psi)

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

4500

) ]

qo (stb/day)

3796.2

3477.507

2858.867

1940.28

721.7467

0

5000

4500

4000

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

4000

3500

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

qo (stb)

"IPR curve"

500

pwf (psi)

3500

3.3

Porosity , = 0.25

Effective horizontal permeability , k = 100 md

Pay zone thickness , h = 55 ft

Reservoir pressure , pe = 5000 psi

Bubble point pressure , pb = 3000 psi

Fluid formation volume factor , Bo = 1.2

Fluid viscosity , o = 1.8 cp.

Total compressibility , Ct = 0.000013 psi-1

Drainage area , A = 640 acre (re =2.980 ft)

Wellbore radius , rw = 0.328 ft

Skin factor , S = 5.5

Solution :

Assume pseudo-steady state flow ,

J*=

(

(

)(

)(

)

J* = 1.300687 STB/day/psi

qb = J* (Pe Pb)

= (1.300687) (5000 3000) = 2601.4 STB/day.

qv =

= (1.300687) (3000) / 1.8 = 2167.8 STB/day.

)

)

[

q = J* (Pe Pb) +

Pwf (psi)

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

5000

) ]

qo (stb/day)

4769.2

4648.767

4431.987

4118.86

3709.387

3203.567

2601.4

0

6000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

qo (stb)

1000

pwf (psi)

5000

3.4

Reservoir pressure , pe = 5500 psi

Bubble point pressure , pb = 3500 psi

Tested following bottom-hole pressure in well A , pwf 1 = 4000 psi

Tested production rate from well A , q1 = 400 stb / day

Tested following bottom-hole pressure in well B, pwf 1 = 2000 psi

Tested production rate from well B , q1 = 1000 stb/day

Solution :

Well A : Pwf1 > pb

J* =

qb = J* (Pe Pb)

= 0.2667 (5500 3500) = 533.4 stb/day

qv =

= (0.2667) (3500) / 1.8 = 518.6 stb/day

q = J* (Pe Pb) +

10

) ]

Pwf (psi)

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

5000

qo (stb/day)

1052

1028.716

988.498

931.3461

857.2604

766.2408

658.2873

533.4

0

6000

5000

3000

2000

1000

0

1200

1000

800

600

400

qo (stb/day)

11

200

pwf (psi)

4000

J* =

((

) ])

=

)

((

) ])

= 0.3111 stb/day/psi

qb = J* (Pe Pb) = 0.3111 (5500 3500) = 622.2 stb/day

qv =

= (0.3111) (3500) / 1.8 = 604.92 stb/day

Calculated points by:

qo= J* (Pe Pb) +

qo = 622.2 +

Pwf (psi)

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

5000

.92

qo (stb/day)

1227.12

1199.96

1153.048

1086.384

999.9664

893.7967

767.8746

622.2

0

12

) ]

) ]

6000

5000

3000

2000

1000

0

1400

1200

1000

800

600

qo (stb/day)

13

400

200

pwf (psi)

4000

and Fetkovich's equation .

The following data are given:

Reservoir pressure , pe = 3500 psi

Bubble point pressure , pb = 3500 psi

Tested following bottom-hole pressure , pwf 1 = 2500 psi

Tested production rate at pwf 1 , q1 = 600 stb / day

Tested following bottom-hole pressure , pwf 2 = 1500 psi

Tested production rate at pwf 2, q2 = 900 stb/day

Solution:

Vogel's equation: qomax.=

qomax.=

Pwf (psi)

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

qo (stb/day)

602.46

575.4108

528.6894

462.2958

376.2301

270.4922

145.0822

0

14

Vogel's equation

Fetkovich's equation:

(

n=

c=

q= 0.0023 (

Pwf (psi)

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

qo (stb/day)

1077.052

1059.431

1006.12

915.6465

785.0386

608.4835

372.5929

0

4000

3500

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

qo (stb/day)

15

pwf(fetkovich's model)

pwf(vogel's model)

3.6

Determine the IPR for a well at the time when the average reservoir pressure

will be 1500 psig. The following data are obtained from laboratory tests of well fluid

samples:

Reservoir pressure

Average pressure (psi)

Productivity index J* (stb/day-psi)

Oil viscosity (cp)

Oil formation volume factor (rb/stb)

Relative permeability to oil

present

2200

1.25

3.55

1.20

0.82

Solution:

J*f =

9534 stb/day-psi

q=

)(

)(

(

)

) ]

(

) +

q=

(

)(

)(

(

)

(

(

16

) ]

(

) +

future

1500

------3.85

1.15

0.65

Pwf (psi)

q (stb/day)

2200

1980

1760

1540

1320

1100

880

660

440

220

0

Pwf (psi)

q (stb/day)

0

262.7782

501.1118

715.001

904.4458

1069.446

1210.002

1326.113

1417.78

1485.002

1527.78

1500

1350

1200

1050

900

750

600

450

300

150

0

0

136.654

260.596

371.826

470.344

556.15

629.244

689.626

737.296

772.254

794.5

2500

2000

1500

pwf (present)

1000

500

0

2000

1500

1000

500

qo (stb/day)

*in the above table, col. 2 calculated from eq.2 & col.4 from eq.1

17

pwf (future)

3.7 Using Fetcovich's method , plot the IPR curve for a well in which

pi is 3000 psia and J'o = 410-4 stb/day-psi . Predict the IPRs of the

well at well shut-in static pressures of 2500 psia, 2000 psia, 1500 psia,

and 1000 psia.

Solution:

The value of J'O at 2500 psia is:

J'O = J'i

J'O = 4*10-4 (

J'O = 4*10-4 (

J'O = 4*10-4 (

J'O = 4*10-4 (

qo = J'O (

18

Pe = 3000 psi

Pe = 2500 psi

Pe = 2000 psi

pwf (psi) q(stb/day) pwf (psi) q(stb/day) pwf (psi) q(stb/day)

3000

2700

2400

2100

1800

1500

1200

900

600

300

0

0

684

1296

1836

2304

2700

3024

3276

3456

3564

3600

2500

2250

2000

1750

1500

1250

1000

750

500

250

0

0

570

1080

1530

1920

2250

2520

2730

2880

2970

3000

2000

1800

1600

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

0

0

456

864

1224

1536

1800

2016

2184

2304

2376

2400

Pe = 1500 psi

Pe = 1000 psi

pwf (psi) q(stb/day) pwf (psi) q(stb/day)

1500

1350

1200

1050

900

750

600

450

300

150

0

0

342

648

918

1152

1350

1512

1638

1728

1782

1800

19

1000

900

800

700

600

500

400

300

200

100

0

0

228

432

612

768

900

1008

1092

1152

1188

1200

3500

3000

2000

1500

pwf (psi)

2500

(pe=3000 psi)

(pe=2500 psi)

(pe-1000 psi)

(pe=2000 psi)

1000

500

0

4000

3500

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

qo (stb/day)

20

(pe=1500 psi)

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