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Incorporation of Skin Effects in

Prosper, Field Case Application

Presented By:
Henry Nwachukwu
Chinonso Offormezie
Oluwatobi Fayemi

Outlines
Introduction
Statement

Of Problem
Objective Of The Study
Scope Of Work
Theoretical Concept
Methodology
Data Presentation and Analysis
Conclusion
Questions

Introduction
Factors affecting oil and gas production decline are :

Pressure declines,

Sand production,

High gas-oil ratio (HGOR),

Water or Gas conning

Skin Factor.

Sand blocking perforation


zones

Effect of Skin on Wellbore

Introduction Contd

Inflow performance relationship

Vertical lift performance relationship.

Well outflow and inflow relationship

Statement of Problem
Field X (Well A) used in this study, was
developed in 2012 with an expectable average
production rate of 11000STB/d/well. Its
production dropped to 7200 b/d as at early 2015.
if not checked well A will become economical
unproductive, which is enough to render the
entire field unprofitable.

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

Incorporate skin factor in Vogel model using


prosper.

Investigate if Adjusting parameters to match


the VLP & IPR has a negative impact on the
expected future study.

To review some factors causing oil rate


production decline

Methodology

In order to maintain the


confidentiality of this study:
Field X and well A have been
chosen as the field name and
well name.
while every other
information used in the study are
original.

Methodology
Field X and well A have been chosen as the field name
and well name.

Print screen of well A used as representative sample of


Prosper program.

DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS


Location

and installation

Field x is located in the UK sector of the North Sea. It


was developed in 2012 with 19 production wells and 9
injection wells

Geology
The Field is a shallow marine sandstone reservoir.

3D static model of Field X showing well A position

Data presentation and analysis Contd


Result of PVT correlation using Standing and Beggs
et al correlation

Prosper print screen

Plots of PVT were also done to confirm if gotten graph is


in line with theoretical concept.

Pressure Against GOR & Oil Viscosity

IPR DATA

Vogel

Darcy

Tubing

Correlation Comparism

VLP

AND IPR

Darcy Model

Vogel (No Skin)

VLP

AND IPR (VOGEL)

Matched data with test pressure reduced from 3940 psig


to 3850 psig

Comparison of Darcy and Vogel forecasted


production rate
Based on Water Cut

Darcy - Liquid Darcy - Oil


Water Cut
rate(stb/d) Rate (stb/d)

Vogel Liquid
rate(stb/d)

Vogel Oil
rate(stb/d)

10

7735.8

6962.2

75101.1

6759.1

18.75

699.8

5687.3

6779.9

5508.7

27.5

6136.8

4449.2

5941.2

4307.4

36.25

5078.4

3237.5

4955.5

3159.1

45

3765.7

2071.1

3767.6

2072.2

Comparison Contd
Based on GOR

Gas oil
Darcy -liquid
ratio(scf/stb) rate(stb/d)

Darcy- oil
rate(stb/d

Vogel -liquid
rate(stb/d)

Vogel oil
rate(stb/d)

820

7339.3

6238.4

7102.1

6036.8

990

8845.8

7518.9

8144.8

6923

1160

9825.8

8351.9

8828.5

7504.2

1330

10296.3

8751.8

9263.5

7874

1500

10511.7

8934.9

9579.3

8142.4

Conclusion

Recommendation

QUESTIONS????