SPE

Society of Petroleum Engineers

SPE 23707
New Experience with Electrical Submersible Pumps in Heavy Oil
Crude
L. Sortolin· and E. Uzcategui, Maraven, SA
• SPE Member

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Copyright 1992, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Inc

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This paper was presented at the Second Latin American Petroleum Engineering Conference, II LAPEC, of the Society of Petroleum Engineers held in Caracas, Vene2lJela, March 8-11, 1992

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Q:>ti mi zation of li fti ng mt:hoci; has been. used
in the oil indtEtry to study roth the oil well
-orod'lCtion and to detennine a c:a.tpmys optinal
j r lVes1::rre1.t rolicies.
'!he hlcper o::Ets t:eL~ted with new fadlities and
arti ficial li ft installaticns for new field;
have created the ne::essi ty to rev:i e.I the latest
tedllnlogy availaole
from diffen:nt lifting
matmds, especially from the electrical supmarsjble p.lITp (ESP).

rave been plblisted in the area of
heavy crude on yrocb:::tim cptimizaticn using
Es?'s as a lifting mth::rl. '!his l?ClJ?er describes
the results of a project pp.rfontEd jn two
diffen:nt fields and will study the parfornance
of the e:ru:i!;llBlt and the t:elated apllcatien
range. The equi p!lB.1.t studied was installed in
catpletims to depths ranging from 6000 to 11000
feet, ..n th ·:m.rle gravi ties on the order of L5 to
21. °AoI and b.::>tt:c::xrtnle 1:eIlperatures ab:Jve 180 of.
Fe.., studies

9:>ma CO'lClusi oos have s}n.n that the l=S? SJUi p5i mi lar crudes -Iii th even
1::1.4& °API's, despj te a redlCtion in the PUilP'S
effj cj encl. 'iIi gr.er flui d pro1ucti en rates are
also P')Sslble t') aclrieve.

men t can perfonn in

'Ttti s snrveyand s:lPp-:>rting- data ,~nl cn1.firm the
s'IDrersible f.lllYl> to be an alternative rretlnd for
lifting heavy crude oil from relatively deep
:resenoi rs.
INrl(llCI'ICN

Pro<i:lCtion of heavy crude on using the liS?
~ferences

and

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lluc;tratioos at end of paper.

mtind appears to be an attractive alternative
far wells wi th hlgh production :rates wh=re surface facHj ti es for gas li ft and other artifidal li ft m"\:b:)ds are not available.
The eI1aluation of the EEP systerlS fucused on
two fields, M!\m and 13ARJA-MJrAT1\N. '!he ~
field, located norttwest of :take Maracaibo, was
tested in the cretaceous Fbrrratien. Five-wells
p:rodlx::e cnXie oj 1 wi th a gravi ty on the order
of 15 °API. tells located in this area have
been shut in for 1on,J feriods dJ.e to narket
eanoorl cs and li mi. tati oos. 0Jer a :Y63X ag:> the
well.s were :re-qa:ted dle to incI:ea.Sed prod.lctim :requ:irenents.
rue to the fields' irte~ar prodlction, a st:udy;.ras ferlomend
to
determine an acx::eptable li fting rretlnd far
these wells. R=Sul ts indicated the ES? to be
m:st appropiate rcetind of artificial lift.

'!he BARJA-MJI'M'I-\N field located soo.theast of
take Maracaibo, was :re-activated in 1951. rurj ng start up, the;.rells were originally produced
wi th CJlS lift as the mtiDd ·::>f artifidal lift.
Tod:I.y 42 wells producing crude oil with gravitie; on the order of 18 to 21 °p,pI ate (>rodlcinq and requiere 70 M>'l. scfd to naintaln the
prodlction. I-bNever, the g;lS cnxp:ression capacity is not available.
A ted:lrti cal and eonni c study to provi de the
desimd CJlS lift system revealed this '!idS not
.3.n ea:nomical solution.
An E9? s~tem (lIDvided
a note appn:priate mthod fur eliminating the
g2.s cx:xnpressim capaci ty :requirem:nts, whHe
tTBJd mi zj ng the :reser'lOj r' .5 :recovery w.i th a
S] gli fj cant redlcti en in the Nells'
:f1.o..li ng
lnttollix>le pmssure.

Testi ng tte i n.Stallatio.l desi glS and related
EqU.l[Xl81t in these field:; with gravities en the
onier of 15 to 21 °WI allcwed tte operator to
(1) eval,J,'I.te the 5~tern a:.xtpnents and (2)

t:I"e wells were carpleted wi th the fol.. TOO productioo med1an. Tmse areas are ~ MUl\ and l3AlU\...lJ::M the wells to bu:i ld l. 2). B:lSed <n this.tioos were specified accordi ng to the o:ndi ticns of the well. ~4h:i le the average well depth and lx>ttonOOle teJxt:erature are 1)980 feet and 180 OF (Tcilile 1).on nechanism is through :r:oc:k and fluid exp:msioo. Productioo of ~~ll c was 1500 BID wi th a wataI' rut of 8% and a CDR of 320 scf/bbl. operanti1l. so they could then be opE!Il.. Cl:XlSidering the prodI. . MIlti-sta~d CBntrifugll.l> pressure. Gas sep3rator: Punp: PSI: cpti ooal. ~ \'aile. Altb:>ugh t:l"ere was an increa. Di-p:>le.€rl and pn:xb:ed for anot:ler p:!riod.1l>letims. 'l1E fluid visasi ty ranges between 1.as 10 30 :aID wi th a water cut of 7% and a (DR of 800 sef/bbl.l at 3500 rpm in 60 Hz s}5tens.52 ~ at 233 OF.. tha na.. two addi tiooal wells 'Here selected for the project.1pired to the 430 13/0 procbced wi th natural fl. seal: IJJcated betNeen the rotor and tl-Je pm:p stori ng tha notor ai 1.ell 0 was 2500 BID 'Iii th a water rut of 12% and CDR of 130 scflbbl.4'as to be the first installatioo of the ES? EqUiplBlt.lo.. otlv::!r prrameters such as water cut and CDR were not affected.. Sl'RIlG CXH'QBfI'S M:>tor: 'Ibree-phase.t dCOlrate and reliable data.e in prodJctian. "PrOdx:tien for -.?:r:esented a gah in prodJctim of UOO BID OJI. each with different reservoir cooditioos. R:!Servoir exnditicns d:laracterlzing the .aro:uAMOl'Mm Field c::an:eEPOTld to an"!'. The average well depths are 9500 feet (Table 2). four COITpletioos and their exxtp:nents were desi gwd usi tlt:J the sane cri teri a. different desig:lS were 1IB. P. Jootion BllC: well A '!his well '.RA Field. In ~ case of the ~ Field.a. The prodlx::ti.ted to these wells area listed below: t~ll Desi'. '!his m. Cl:>ap:nents used in the four insta.tem for the ci:::wllDle 9:lUi fUB'lt..Acx::ordi ng to the respecti ve data for each well. From this fi eld. were selected for the project from the M!l.x:tien ·1IaS on ~ order of 1600 aiD. lx>th '!he four ESP o:::&rp1etioos installed are located in different areas near rake M3raca:ilx> (Rig. five wells are curr:ently prodl. Pro<ilctien rates. . the !fu:>.35 CFS at 180 OF. 'Ihe o::npnents desiCJ1ed for this well a:::nsisted of the folis.d be presented by the eqWfUB'lt aurin:} start up.l. the proWoed flui d vi scxx::i ty is on the order of 26 .lI:e and tem- perature..acecu.ll.ens V«lUl.rodlction for ':~ll A was 430 aID wi th a water cut of 6% and a Gas Oil Rltio (GOR) of 600 sef/bbl.eratimal o:ntroiler Nh:i le acting as a protective sy. prodI.80 and 8. 102 sta.lS are p:roc:ilcing crude oil wi th qravi ti es en the order of 18 to 21 oPEl. 'While experiencing scma difficulty in production rue "to the pm.S?E 23707 2 determine the c:xxtpXlent's range of applkatioo and p::>tentia1 for ~ng future rea.19" ProdJctim (13/0) .de for each well. Becduse of the l. roth wells were naturally prodlcing. forma. reservoir data and types of OOI. prj or to cmpletion.-MCIl'ATAN fields.i flui d prod!x::ti 00 . Ole to this.robl. From thi s.\BS verified so that no o.m in 'Iable 3.lN- ing: M:>tnr: 260 HP PImp: XX--4800. &ich well was a:::nsuming aromd 3MM sefd of injectien g:LS. M:sSures oottonOOle plESSl.9=S ('ab1.x:tien data. PrOductien for 'Nell B r. avai lable was dlasen in order to pravi de a gxXi desi gn.bCene resenoir wlEre 42 active we1.e: 'it 1 lbund Cbntroller: 3300 volts ~tor seal ~oo Gas A 3800 B 5000 C 2500 0 5000 Adli tiooal detai Is of the producti en are sto. 1). en start up.works as an q. Cbntroller: Or variable speed drive (Vs» . p:!rfumance. two punp. rel. were installed in the Mt\PA and BARl!\-MJrATAN Fields.Jjng cx:xrp:nents (Fig. a:nsiderin:} the 1a-1 gravi ty and the dl1ticip:tted effect on the p:mp'.x:inq from the eret..o4. Transforrta'S: Vary t:I"e voltage needed for notor.vy crude oU reservoirs.sure dEcline.re t:I"e surface cable is a:nnected to the cbmlnle cable.ism for this ~ir is a solutioo g:LS dri ve.o.c. 'lhese wells had "to be slut in en several OCXBSicns in orOer to a. T~ p:!rformance of the pri nary energy system \.tien with lIPl gravities of 15 °}pl. paraneters The ES? installation was desi <]led to ~rodx:e 3800 BID at 60 Hz.

c:wing sp:!Cificatirns: 225 HI? }Q{-3200. '·. . the EqUlf1. 'feSt results il')d:icated that the values rreasured for t. ~ A and B am prodtcing the same ~v. g:lS produced and the d}Oaltti c fluid level. performances are similar. even at a higher frecuency for which it was desi 9'led..1s the total volune the pmp slDuld handle p& the ~:icp and the mlume that was r. which was agajn found to be hi ~ than the value calculated in the original design. Ba.. Q1ce ag9.jred prodx:tioo.'ijng start!.. detected a rupture of the shaft at ~ level.rati015 that nay fatigue the shaft along the purrp. ·wi th no s:i q1s of debri s.(D at 60 H~. Fbr the detectioo. the acbBl productioo. tests were onducted jn the fjeld.:i ng to correlate carrectioo. and corrpares j t to '.ms 5000 P. and c0mparing l:x:>th product:im rates...mp while creating v.mp.. nnd oorrpar.rmt was actua1l. 'Ih:is js dre to the fact that -.'i- Olble: N 1 fbl... '1h:is indicated that the J:UTP tYaS n0t handl:i ng the prodootion as j t sOOuld mve. the installati01.as rrade to resIze the J:UTP as in Well At and ag9. . the .in.llB1t was ~e of na3Suring the fluid level every tIo\U tlUnutes as the frequeocy increased on the vso. H::Mever. tests were also o:ndlcted dIe to the 1.c.)lStem msul ts in a 31% efficiency :f. the correction factor cuuld be the rn3. An anal:>sis of the p.erve the effect of the 0 lIPI grav. r... No changes . is lcx::ated on the left side of the <bNn t:hrust cx:ndition. ~'lhen the E9' was pllled. ruring a sjx nmth evaluatim period.ity whlle try.xcessive wearing of the p.'lents: jn thl swell t:as ~ptor: 360 HP ~ ~~OOO. After the jnstallatiol'l. l\ cause fur th:is la. a suggestion ·. From the graIil. and mrrection factor applied to the des:ign.. O1ce ag:rin the dYlamic fluid level was hi qher thaI') anti d p:1 ted.. fai led indicating an "underload" o:ndition.vere agtin o:nducted :in the field t> rre:lSure pararreters such as voltages. of (X)t'1tiU1.lOllS evaluation of the €q. a 9:Uld * R tx:x:>l.i gum 6. '!he purrp efficieoc:y in th:is well .. 'Iak. there is sti 11 SOfie dev.iatim in the :results obtained in th:is d..icp. jndicating '{XXl'r plIllp perfornance..i ty :influence:. h:Eed on Nitrogen injectioo.ed on these values.04 productim. an inspectioo. and mn:i tori ng of the d}Odmi. Q:nsidering the ~h in F.rodlJced and the d}Oalttic flul d level. the ES? New cxrrection factors from acbBl field futa could also be calculated.'1e fIObr a.i -. 'It> jncrease fluid productioo. the efficiency of the s. '!he EqUlf"lBlt installed has the fo1J.<.iscosity. R>r this '!lel1.'ier-thanelCPE!Cted perfbmance could be :related to the c:t'11<i:!'S qrav. an eff:iciency factor was calcn1. notor anq:erage. rue to these circumsta~. factors .l"lnt presented a faUum of the cable whi d1 bu6.y prod:Iced.ing th:is into acoomt.7] th :res1J.lts 0btai ned from the fi eld.rforrrance.. The dif:fe:rerx:e in m- unes is ~uately 6500 BID.ed and had to be :replaced. 'F':i gure 3 sJ-o.. in order to ob:. th:is oould be :related to the o:nditi015 of the pr::>ductim fluid (19 OWl).i ng trus resultant productim rate to the desigl/de. . the dyamic fluid level was fOlnd to be higJ:er th=i:'l antidp3. 96 Stages N" 1 RJUnd VSO: 300 KVA Gas 9!para tor seal section 'lbe d:sicp calculated for th:is case slrwed.:p.lnd ()')ntroller: 3300 ::>lts Gas Senarator ~l sectioo.act. '!hi 5 perfonnance causes an p.?tted for the p&fonnance of the sy:.. '!he increase j n procb:::tioo 'vas on the order of 1070 BID comorred to 1030 BID obta:iaed \. 'ihe -. ~B me equi p:rmt used j ng conp:>.. and aqain study its pp.as to res:ize the p.ity of crude.llp'lalt. 916 p.lrfornence curve s:town :in F:i gn:e 4 indicates WM:re the acbBl production is and wtere it slnuld be aanrding to the de51 qn. j t can be seen th=it the rmP was ###BOT_TEXT###gt;IOrki ng 01 a (bm thrust ccndi ti 01..7ith t:ba qajn in prodJctioo. Thls \.6si!:lly result in seal dartage. 'The desi 9'l nroduct:i en for thls 'liell ". solution suggested ·.ted. The ioc:rease in prodlction WdS only 200 BID wlEa cnIplred to that obtained w:i th g3S l:i ft. ·. A. F. ~ults indicated that values for the notor amperage and the g:!S prodooed were '.7as not up to the des:i9'l eo.siCJl. the productim \vas on the order of 2100 SID. 84&a~ the folla. lblever. and plIllp efficiencyof the sJlStem in this well. tests -.rell to be capable of prodI. production :reua:ined at 1700 BID. and i t can be seen that l:x:>th pr:odrtioo.men the crnpletion and ~ts were d:sjg:ted.i ty.tem. In th:i s well we had the capabi l:i ty to vary prodlctim rates throUIh the use of a variable speed dri ve. l\fter 72 day:. was used. In adii tim. ~ults obtained fnxn aU tests indicated that values were in the design range except for the dYldIllic fluid level.rfo:rm:J1Ce curves used TlUSt be cxrrectedNi th a factor cxr:resp:nding to the crude's v.uc This well was the first of the two ES? :instal]atirns jn the area of B!UUA-MJIM'1\N.yater cut and ~R pararreters d:i d not change '.Jure 5 hdi cates the total volurre that the purtp sh::luld handle. or p::.l.cn whya. was found to be in the range of 1700 Wo. rate.cbla1 prodlctioo. :lc::x:nrdinq to the de. These tests ens:i sted :in me:'1'5urem:nts of paraneters such as m:>tor~.dS calculared to be 68%.ere ob:. wo. '!his EqUlf.:J('O(b::ed.ell's effidency resulted:in an effidency factnr 43 %.d ng 2500 Eblla.i.xpectati015.7ithin the llmits set by the d:s:i9'l.71 th natural flOfl.he PtlRP'S p:>.in evaluate the ~nn:mce to better understand heM the crude s grav. the well was tested and prodJctioo.c flui d level. Al tlnugh thl sis truch better than in the fi cst two wells.erved in the other proructim pararreters.rnp::rage and <JiS tm::)(lu~d 'tlere simi lar to tlnse calculated i n t:ha on g:i nal d:sjqn.ar.3 SPE 23707 obt:a:ined..

led jn this well has ''Production Per:fu::::mm::e in C':reta. Cbrrectien factors p:tese1t true 4. lh the sElD'ld installation the cable -was d1anged fur a N° 1 flat.e its prodlCtivi ty range. The aan ti mal fl['O<ilCti en. IT2ELIS: '!he e::[Ui{Xtent instal.. M)s:xJE:RA..1. "FX~rienc:e '.F. A nuni:ler of ti nes the problem was related to 1:mned ci rrui t l::oard. .jE. 'fmioo en Pllt'P tests and fj eli perfonnance data. 1h the fi:tst installation the mtor burned out d1e to excessive starts. a VSD was also installed so that the p." paper on:: 5318 presented at the 1986 18th Annual (JlC!. S.1. as did the cable. were presented in the VSO _dle to circu:i t 1::naI:ds bIming out en several occasicns.mp might increa<.lperatm:e. Mal16is of the perfurna.a.mp :i s '~ng near i ts reo:::mrB1dad capaci ty range.n th the cable and notor.nce curve slnm jn Fi<pre 8 indicates that the pmp is l«Jrki ng in the recxmrended range at 70 ~. '!his -was also coofirnal t:hr:>ugh the use of SOlO1oqs. 0' 'lOCI. w:i th no change in the otl'ar prcXiuction p:iraneters. 2." at the 19a3 S?E and Elchi bi ti on.er. 131 stages N' 2 R>md 354 WA G3S geplla tor seal Se::ti en 2.A: "StOOyof the B:lCEne in B3r'Ja-r-Dtatan Field".led an increase of approxirrately 2000 EVD. . accnrding to the PSI.i gure 7. for the p.. 'iI1hen conp:u:ed to that of the original g:LS lift system.::wn thrust exnditicns causes p. -was found at the anticiy. '!he d}tlaJl'd c flui d level. EGFP CCNSlL'lOJE:>. o:tober (1990) 20.ceoos 'iells of Mira Field". Caracas D. AUcpst (l~) 236. '!he authors wish to thank the individuals were associated N'i th this project and . the p. M:iracaibo. After several nonths operantitXJ. After . the cable burned near the splice with the l( 4 not:::>r cable.tely re- p. the folJ. In the subsurface a:}Ui prent. the mrin problerr6 encoontered were '. '!he S16tem's effkiency qravi ty decreases.. seve:al pmblem.mp parforn:an:::e. creating vibraticns cap:lble of callSing seal daaage ·::>r shaft fati g.Je along the fUIIP. NeW SUbmrsible produced OJst. the well was tested and slnwed to be prodJcinq 4500 EVD. ex:tober 5-8. fboSton.mp6 fur proper Sizing and papar S?E 15425 presented tJ.the p.lbUst:ed this pafeI'. Olri ng the evaluation of the ES2. 4.<Ii th Electric 9l1::rtersible runp for TeSting ~vy Oil ~ servoirs from Floating Drilling Vessels. A PSI m:njtoring S15tem -was installed to antinoously m:njtor the oottxx!h:>le pressure and t.mp -was started. E. This happened became of the voltage variaticns at the VSI) i nplt. 'It> date results indicate that the ~ is respnding as per desi ql.mp wear..P.. TNO ES?'s were installed in this·!ie1. ES?'s can be used as an alternative llft nettnd j n heavy crude oi l.G:. S. sl'o.st Tedmical O:Jnference NY. Q:nsi dari ng the gI:afh slnnn in F.oA'ing oonclllsicns have been leached: 1. the follari ng speci fi caticns: lIIbtor: PImp: Oihle: V9): 300 HP XX-4000. CKSSIX. 'DSI 'lhis e::[Uip!Blt was desieped to pro<b:::e 5000 lVO. W.o1m MAPAvm. D.ted level. wenD 1. but the rrotor rerraj ned wi th the sane speci fi cations. ~<By 5-8.nnission to p. 3.B: "TeSting Pt. did not a~3.S?E 23707 4 ~t of the p:oblens ~ted during the evaluation of the eqlli:ptent ~d at the surface jn the VSD. 3. decreas~ as the 8PI and O'BRIEl~ .A. '!be efficiency calculated fur this well's p:mp 515tem is a:l the order of 90%. In adD tien.

00 20 1.TYPICAL ESP INSTALLATION ® DESIGN PRODUCTION • ACTUAL PROOUCTION 80~-------------------~----------~-------ReCOMMENDED HEAD sa/eeL) OPERATING 'RANGE rEEr 80 PUMP H P Err.0 2.50 2.n .75 20 2 OESIGN RATE: 3800 8/0 M 10 9 / 0 ~ 6 E A 60 2.t TIA JUANA TUBING AGUNILlAS CABLE PUMP LAK( GAS SEPARATOR MARACAIBO 11E5-I--.WEll A PERFORMANCE CURVE 9000 to . 70 0 __~~ LOAD TO T T 0 8 60 M 50 H 0 L R T E 60 .TRANSFORMERS ~ MARA MARACAIBO CASING CABIMAS DRAIN VALVE .SEAL BARUA MOTATAN MOTOR fiGURE 1 .GEOGRAPHIC FIELDS LOCATION GOR CONSTANT (600 9 10 ---.25 2. SURfACE RATE (WELL A) 4000 0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 flOOO 7000 8000 CAPACITY fiGURE 4 .0 40 30 " 30 3.75 10 ACTOAl RJ"n:= 1600 9/0 0 0 0 1000 2000 SURFACE RATE fiGURE :5 3000 (9/0) BOTTOM HOLE RATE VS. FIGURE PERFORATIONS 2. "OTO..

_----_r----_4------..25 2.80 1..4C"'lO£O H P CAPACITY PUMP "'IOlOR LOAD Err.tJ ~~ 40 eo 70 40 to .75 M B ACTUAL RATE= 2. ~'v 30 1 0 30 J- ~'" 1.. 0 20 t40RSEPOWER WlotOR LO"~ 1.00 BID 10 '0 0+------r-----.60 1. OTOR LOAD rEET BO 60 PU"P err .-----~~~~~~~---r----~RE~C~O~M~M~E~N~D~E~D------. .BOTTOM HOLE RATE VS.. 80 50 . T T o M 80 80 60 60 15 H o L 40 E 10 R A T E 30 20t-__~~~~RS~C~PO~w[~R~M:0:l:0R::LO~'~D~:----------------~~~----~-- DESIGN RATE= 5000 BID 5 30 2.000 '500 2000 2500 3000 3600 (000 (600 6000 6600 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 CAPACITY CAPACITY FIGURE 7 .75 2. RANGE 50 " 40 30 75 ..0 25 ._----~ I D o 3 2 4 SURFACE RATE 7 6 5 o MB/D 0 2000 8000 8000 '2000 10000 CAPACITY FIGURE 5 ..WELL C PERFOMANCE CURVE FIGURE 8 .20 1. ® • DESIGN ~ODUCTION ACTUAL PRODUCTION HEAD fEET R(CQMt.00 10 20 20 HORSEPOWER WOTOR LOAD 10 ..WELL B PERFOMANCE CURVE (.0 50 1....WELL D PERFORMANCE CURVE 2. ~tJ ~ . SURFACE RATE (WELL B) FIGURE 6 .~----.) Ol (X) (!) DESIGN PRODUCTION • ACTUAL PRODUCTION 70 HEAO H P ..00 20 1.23 70 ~ SPE DESIGN PRODUCTION • ACTUAL PRODUCTION HEAD aO.50 2.0 0 0 o 0 o 600 .. "OTOR 70 LOAO 70 .------------r----r 80 20 B COR CONSTANT (800 fEET scr IBBL) H P OPERATING RANGE o PUMP Err.

5 CPS AT 233 F PRODUCTION MECHANISM SOLUTION GAS DRIVE PRODUCTION MECHANISM ROCK & FLUID EXPANSION AVERAGE DEPTH/TEMPERATURE 5980 FEET / 180 F AVERAGE DEPTH/TEMPERATURE 9500 FEET I 233 F POROSITY 2 % POROSITY 11-12 % PERMEABILITY 0.8.04-0.21 API VISCOCITY 25 . ESP PROD.SPE 23707 TABLE 2 . OF WELLS 42 PRODUCTION METHOD NATURAL FLOW PRODUCTION METHOD GAS-LIFT API GRAVITY 15 API API GRAVITY 18 .05 DARCY Co) m <C TABLE 3 .1 DARCY PERMEABILITY 0. BID BID WELL A 430 WELL B .8 .BARUA-MOTATAN FIELD TABLE 1 . 3600 1600 6 600 4457 1030 5000 2100 7 600 4560 WELL C 1500 2500 1700 B 320 9685 WELL 0 2500 5000 4500 12 130 8250 ACTUAL PROD.36 CPS AT 180 F VISCOCITY 1. DESIGN PROD.PRODUCTION DATA BID WATER CUT (%) GOR (SCF/BBLI PERFORATIONS DEPTH FT. OF WELLS 5 No.MARA FIELD RESERVOIR CRETACEOUS RESERVOIR EOCENE No.