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Analysis name : Leaky Fault

**Company : Hydrocarbon Theater
**

Company

Field :Moliere

Test type : Standard

Test Name / # : DST 3

Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS A01 A02 • Main results • Introduction B01 B02 B03 • QA/QC • Interpretation • Results C01 • Conclusions Appendices: App 01 • Saphir report .

During the clean-up and main flow a slowly improving skin was observed.69564 [STB/D]/psia 287 ft . kh Permeability.ft 74 md -3. A production period on reduced choke to take fluid samples The build-up analysis yields the well and reservoir characteristics and the pressure response of the build-up indicates the possibility of a mobility barrier close to the well.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 A01 • Main results Dst 3 tested the Tartufian formation over the perforated interval 1127-1138 m BRT after an acid job to assess the efficiency of the operation.73 3597. The main interpretation results are listed below: Permeability thickness. This is believed to be migration of residuals resulting from the acid effect. The well test consisted of two main periods: A clean up period followed by two main production periods at increasing rate A conventional build-up.41 m BRT) PI (productivity index) Distance to a possible fault 2520 md.093. S Pi at gauge depth (1. k Total skin.35 psia 4.

then 16/64”. During the clean-up the PCT closed for a short time due to some surface technical problems.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 A02 • Introduction Dst 3 tested the Tartufian formation over the perforated interval 1127-1138 m BRT The well test consisted of three periods: The clean up and main flow period started at 00:00 and 15:00 on 16/02/2001 the well was producing at surface. 50 . Liquid Rate [STB/D] vs Time [hr]) None of the flowing periods could be analyzed due to fluctuations in the flowrates. however the flow was continued on a 48/64” choke and final average rate of some 2300 stb/d oil with a gravity of 21º API and a 450 cf/bbl GOR. A 12-hour build-up followed the main flow. 1: Pressure and flowrates 4000 3800 3600 3400 3200 2000 1000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 History plot (Pressure [psia]. and two samples caught while flowing on a 32/64 “ choke. The well was then open for bottom hole sampling. Fig.

The lower gauges (767 and 921) with their sensing point at 1.41 psi is consistent with the expected liquid pressure gradient. satisfactory for these types of gauges. Pressure [psi] vs Time [hr] Four pressure gauges were run in two bundle carriers.34 psia.107. 2 illustrates the pressure sequence during the test. The gauge 921 was used in the analysis. The gauge 921 was kept for the analysis for its satisfactory behaviour and accuracy and also as the deepest “correct” gauge.41 m BRT was evaluated to 0. A drift is observed on the gauge 767 data compared to the other gauges and this gauge will not be kept for analysis purpose. The upper pressure gauge pair (1206 and 785) was set with sensing points at 1. some 51.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 B01 • QA/QC Four pressure gauges were run in two bundle carriers. The off-set between 921 and 1206 at 12.81 m BRT and gauges 1206 and 785 with a sensing depth of 1.41 m BRT. The accuracy off-set between gauge 1206 and 785 assumed to be at the same sensing depth of 1. Bottom hole pressure history 4000 Pressure [p sia] 3800 3600 3400 Pressure (d ifference) [psi] 3200 10 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 Pressure [psia].107.81 m BRT.093. The gauges SLSR 767 and 921 with sensing points at 1. .093.6 m above top of sandface.41 m BRT. Fig.093.

A model of leaky fault was chosen. . 100 10 1 1E-3 0.1 1 10 Log-Log plot: dp and dp' [psi] vs dt [hr] The pressure and production history plot shows clearly the improving skin during the first two production periods. in agreement with the information given by the geology including the possibility of a fault around 100 meters from the well. suggested the effect of a mobility barrier. The very negative skin (-3. where the pressure drawdown tends to stabilize faster than the simulation.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 B02 • Interpretation The interpretation was performed on the main build-up. then decreasing at the end of the build-up. A model for a well in an homogeneous infinite reservoir was first used. slighty increasing.01 0. but the derivative.73 ) demonsrates immediately the efficiency of the acid job.

0407057 bcf Delta P (Total Skin) -348. 0.00299 bbl/psi Total Skin -3.959 psi Delta P Ratio (Total Skin) -0.h 2520 md.507397 Derived & Secondary Parameters Prod.73 k. total 2520 md. Vol. 3597.35 psia .762749 Fraction .ft k.ft k 74 md L 287 ft Leakage 0. Index 4.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 B03 • Results The detail of the results is given in the table below: Name Value Main Model Parameters C 0. average 74 md Pi 3597.35 psia Model Parameters Well & Wellbore parameters (Moliere 1) C 0.50336 [STB/D]/psia Rinv 1780 ft Test.h.73 k.00299 bbl/psi Skin Reservoir & Boundary parameters Pi -3.

The productivity of the well was calculated to 4. compared to the initial PI value (1. The analysis yielded a stabilized skin of -3.69564 [STB/D]/psia and.8 [STB/D]/psia ) calculated from the DST 2. . The interpreter could justify the use of this model by the possibility of a non totally sealing fault in the vicinity of the well suspected by the geology. Evidence of one mobility barrier (here treated as leaky fault at 287 ft) was identified in the test data.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 C01 • Conclusions The DST 3 was successfully completed.73 revealing an efficient well stimulation. it significantly increased during the stimulation job.

Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 .

507397 Derived & Secondary Parameters Prod.762749 Fraction Boundary Leaky fault .h 2520 md. Index 4.ft k.0407057 bcf Well Vertical Delta P (Total Skin) -348.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 Complete table of inputs and results Name Value Name Test date / time 16/02/2001 Main Model Parameters Formation interval Tartufian C 0.959 psi Reservoir Homogeneous Delta P Ratio (Total Skin) -0. ct 3E-6 psi-1 Selected Model Pi 3597. compr.73 Model Parameters Reservoir & Boundary parameters Form. average 74 md Pi 3597.h. 0.50336 [STB/D]/psia Rinv 1780 ft Model Option Standard Model Test.73 k. FLUID TYPE 3E-6 psi-1 Oil Volume Factor B 1.ft k 74 md L 287 ft Leakage 0.29 ft C 0.00299 bbl/psi Pay Zone h 34 ft Skin -3.00299 bbl/psi Perforated interval 1127-1138 m BRT Total Skin -3.35 psia k. Vol.25 B/STB Viscosity 0.35 psia Gauge type / # Gauge depth 1050 m Value TEST TYPE Standard Porosity Phi (%) 12 Well & Wellbore parameters (Moliere 1) Well Radius rw 0. total 2520 md.58 cp Total Compr.

Pressure [psi] vs Time [hr] 40 50 .Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 4000 Pressure [psia] 3800 3600 3400 Pressure (difference) [psi] 3200 10 0 0 10 20 30 Pressure [psia].

35 psia .35 psia Skin -3.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 4000 3800 3600 3400 3200 2000 1000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 History plot (Pressure [psia]. Liquid Rate [STB/D] vs Time [hr]) Name Value Name Value Rate 0 STB/D Model Parameters Rate change 2300 STB/D Well & Wellbore parameters (Moliere 1) P@dt=0 3086.762749 Fraction k.73 Delta P (Total Skin) -348. total 2520 md.00299 bbl/psi Pi 3597. 0.ft Delta P Ratio (Total Skin) -0.62 psia C 0.50336 [STB/D]/psia Rinv 1780 ft C 0.73 Smoothing 0.35 psia k. Index 4.1 Reservoir & Boundary parameters Prod.959 psi k.ft k 74 md Gauge 1 build-up #1 Selected Model Model Option Standard Model L 287 ft Well Vertical Leakage 0.h 2520 md. average 74 md Pi 3597.h. Vol.507397 Reservoir Homogeneous Boundary Leaky fault Main Model Parameters Derived & Secondary Parameters Prod.00299 bbl/psi Test.50336 [STB/D]/psia Pi 3597.0407057 bcf Total Skin -3. Index 4.

899 psi k.44 psia Well & Wellbore parameters (Moliere 1) Skin -3.35 psia Rate 0 STB/D k.00299 bbl/psi To 26.88 Delta P Skin -384.326 psi C 0.762749 Fraction Boundary Leaky fault Semilog Line (Gauge 1 build-up #1) Main Model Parameters From 26.50336 [STB/D]/psia Rinv 1780 ft Model Option Standard Model Test. Vol. total 2520 md. Index 4.2194 hr Total Skin -3.h 2380 md.62 psia L 287 ft Pi 3597.507397 Smoothing 0.50336 [STB/D]/psia Selected Model Derived & Secondary Parameters Prod.ft Rate change 2300 STB/D k 74 md P@dt=0 3086. 0.ft Intercept 3576.h 2520 md.1 1 10 Log-Log plot: dp and dp' [psi] vs dt [hr] Name Value Gauge 1 build-up #1 Name Value Pi 3597.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 100 10 1 1E-3 0.h.66 psia Pi 3597.35 psia Leakage 0.01 0.00299 bbl/psi Skin -3.1 Prod.35 psia k.73 Slope 113.44 psia k.73 Reservoir & Boundary parameters .0407057 bcf Well Vertical Delta P (Total Skin) -348.959 psi Reservoir Homogeneous Delta P Ratio (Total Skin) -0. Index 4.1694 hr C 0.ft k 70 md Model Parameters p* 3576. average 74 md P@1hr 3425.

00299 bbl/psi Skin -3.762749 Fraction Boundary Leaky fault Semilog Line (Gauge 1 build-up #1) Main Model Parameters From 26. average 74 md P@1hr 3425.73 Reservoir & Boundary parameters .h.2194 hr Total Skin -3.6 -1. total 2520 md.8 -2.4 Semi-Log plot: p [psia] vs Superposition time Name Value Gauge 1 build-up #1 Name Value Pi 3597.1694 hr C 0.50336 [STB/D]/psia Rinv 1780 ft Model Option Standard Model Test. 0.507397 Smoothing 0.35 psia k.2 -2.44 psia Well & Wellbore parameters (Moliere 1) Skin -3.Welltest interpretation report Analysis name : Leaky Fault Company : Hydrocarbon Theater Company Field :Moliere Test type : Standard Test Name / # : DST 3 3500 3400 3300 3200 -4 -3.73 Slope 113.00299 bbl/psi To 26.35 psia Rate 0 STB/D k.66 psia Pi 3597.8 -0.6 -3. Index 4.4 -2 -1. Vol.1 Prod.ft Rate change 2300 STB/D k 74 md P@dt=0 3086. Index 4.959 psi Reservoir Homogeneous Delta P Ratio (Total Skin) -0.62 psia L 287 ft Pi 3597.88 Delta P Skin -384.50336 [STB/D]/psia Selected Model Derived & Secondary Parameters Prod.326 psi C 0.h 2520 md.ft Intercept 3576.44 psia k.899 psi k.h 2380 md.ft k 70 md Model Parameters p* 3576.2 -0.0407057 bcf Well Vertical Delta P (Total Skin) -348.35 psia Leakage 0.

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