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PDB 3053

RESERVOIR MOELLING
&
SIMULATION
LAB ASSIGNMENT 1
NAME

: MUHAMAD SOLEHUDDIN BIN RASMAN

ID

: 20462

COURSE : PETROLEUM ENGINEERING


LECTURER

: MR. JUHAIRI ARIS BIN MUHAMAD SHUHILI

LAB INSTRUCTOR : MR. ULUGBEK

FGOR vs TIME

As the production begins, the reservoir pressure will decrease. After some time,
the pressure will reach bubble point and first bubble of gas will be produced. This
is shown from the beginning of time (at t=0) until day 730. As the production
continues, more gas will be produced thus increase the gas-oil-ratio, as shown
from day 730. All of these stages are shown by the red line in the graph.
Meanwhile, the green line (without DRSDT) keeps showing constant GOR despite
of the increasing of time. In this case, it is assumed that no production of gas or
no gas is being released during the production until the end of production stage.

FOPR vs TIME

From the graph above, FOPR with DRSDT (represented by green line) is started to
decline after some time, when it is reaching 1000 day. This symbolizes the real
situation happening in the field. The production of oil will not be constant; it will
decrease after some time due to some factors such as declining of reservoir
pressure. The production rate will continue to decline until build-up test is
conducted to increase the production rate.
However, the blue line shows the opposite situation which is not representing the
real situation. The line keeps continuing its straight line in which it is impossible
the obtain constant production rate in real field.

WBHP vs TIME

The graph above shows that the pressure for green line (without DRSDT) is
higher than red line pressure (with DRSDT). The green line drops slightly lower
than red line at the beginning but it increases more than red line as the time
increases.
As for the red line (with DRSDT), it ended up to be lower than green line because
the DRSDT is enabled, making it more reliable to show the real result of a
reservoir in a field.

WBHP vs TIME

As in the previous graph, the above graph shows that the pressure of the green
line (without DRSDT) is higher than the red line (with DRSDT). For red line case
(with DRSDT), the pressure drops a bit before it raises up to its peak. Once it
reaches its maximum pressure, it declines to the minimum level. This explains
that bottom hole pressure (BHP) is acting similar to production profile, in which
will decline after achieving its maximum pressure or its peak.
However, the green line acting inversely. It drops a bit at the beginning but keeps
increasing after some time. This happens when there is no DRSDT or DRSDT is
disabled.