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FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

OIL AND GAS SIMULATION LABORATORY


(CGE 656)

NAME: MOHAMAD MASRUL BIN ISMAIL


(2013866234)
RUSDI BIN SAIDI (2013613872)
CLASS: EH 223 5B
PART : PART 5
TASK : ASSIGNMENT PROSPER

INTRODUCTION

PROSPER is a well performance, design and optimisation program


for modelling most types of well configurations found in the worldwide oil
and gas industry today. PROSPER can assist the production or reservoir
engineer to predict tubing and pipeline hydraulics and temperatures with
accuracy and speed. PROSPER's sensitivity calculation features enable
existing well designs to be optimised and the effects of future changes in
system parameters to be assessed.
PROSPER is designed to allow building of reliable and consistent well
models, with the ability to address each aspect of well bore modelling viz;
PVT (fluid characterisation), VLP correlations (for calculation of flowline
and tubing pressure loss) and IPR (reservoir inflow). By modelling each
component of the producing well system, the User can verify each model
subsystem by performance matching. Once a well system model has been
tuned to real field data, PROSPER can be confidently used to model the
well in different scenarios and to make forward predictions of reservoir
pressure based on surface production data.
With PROSPER detailed flow assurance can be studied at well and
surface pipeline level. PROSPER provides unique matching features which
tune PVT, multiphase flow correlations and IPR to match measured field
data, allowing a consistent model to be built prior to use in prediction .

OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the report are to:

1. To perform the sensitivity analysis.


2. To choose the optimum tubing size.
3. To provide safe and cost effective design of well completion for all
producers, maximize drainage area but staying at the down dip as
much as possible to avoid early gas or water breakthrough and to
allow future wells intervention and re-completion for any production
enhancement activities.

METHODS
1. Opened the PROSPER software. If the well model is loaded, clicked
the main menu bar File/New.
2. Clicked PVT from the main menu bar and pressed Input Data. Filled
the data needed like solution GOR, oil gravity, gas gravity, water
salinity and clicked Match Data. Make sure that the units entered are
correct.
3. Entered the temperature of PVT Match Data, bubble point, pressure,
GOR, oil formation volume factor and oil viscosity for each point PVT.
4. Clicked Done, Regression and Match All. Clicked OK as soon as the
calculation stops.
5. Next, press System/Equipment (Tubing etc).
6. Clicked All and then Edit, enter the deviation survey and pressed
Done.
7. The temperature of surroundings at wellhead was entered.
8. Enter 8 BTU/h/ft/Deg for Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient and
pressed Done.
9. Entered the completion details in the completion table in downhole
equipment.
10.
Clicked tubing, restriction, tubing and casing in the type
column.
11.
Make sure the depth and internal diameter entered should be
at the bottom of each tubing section. If the tubing or casing used is
stainless steel entered the roughness 0.0006 inches. Then, clicked
Done.

12.

Filled the wellhead depth and temperature in Geothermal

Gradient.
13.
In the Downhole Equipment, entered the bottom depth of
completion, reservoir temperature and 8 BTU/h/ft/Deg for Overall
Heat Transfer Coefficient and pressed Done. Do not change the
default values for Average Heat Capacities.
14.
For Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR), clicked System then
Inflow Performance.
15.
Clicked PI Entry and the reservoir temperature, reservoir
pressure, water cut and total GOR of reservoir were entered.
16.
Next, pressed Input Data and entered 4.00 as estimated value
for PI Entry. Clicked Calculate and PROSPER will calculate and plot
the IPR curve. Pressed Finish and then clicked Done.
17.

Then, clicked Matching and VLP/IPR. The data for Well Test

such as the date of the well test, Wellhead Flowing Pressure or


Tubing Head Pressure, Wellhead Flowing Temperature or Tubing
Head Temperature, Water Cut, Liquid Rate, Downhole Gauge Depth,
Downhole Gauge Pressure and GOR. Clicked Done.
18.
Clicked Match Data and then click Estimate U Value and
ensure that the Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient is in the range of 1
20 BTU/h/ft/Deg.
19.
Clicked OK and Done.
20.
Pressed System/Equipment

(Tubing

etc).

Changed

the

estimated value of Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient to the


calculated value and then, click Done.
21.
Calculate/System and IPR/VLP were pressed.
22.
The wellhead flowing pressure and water cut were entered.
23.
Continue and Done were pressed.
24.
Clicked Continue, Calculate and OK.
25.
Pressed Plot and the curve will showed up on the screen.
26.
Clicked Save the file and it will be saved in four different files.
The most important file is the one with the name Out which contains all
the data (input, sensitivity and results).

RESULT/DISCUSSION

Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

DISCUSSION

Based on Inflow Performance Relation (IPR) plot-Production Index


(PI) entry (Figure 2), the value of absolute open flow (AOF) is 6816.9
STB/day and the maximum pressure is 2391 psig. From system plot
(Figure 3), the intersection value between the IPR and Tubing Performance
Relation (TPR) is 2050 STB/day. The optimum tubing size for this
experiment was 7 inches. On the other hand, for the system wellhead
(Figure 4), the intersection between the wellhead pressure and the
wellhead temperature is 1000 STB/day.

CONCLUSION

Conclusively, the absolute open flow (AOF) is effected by the tubing


size where the optimum tubing size is 7 inches. Furthermore, the
sensitivity analysis Inflow Performance Relation (IPR) versus Tubing
Performance Relation (TPR) was performed. This sensitivity analysis is vital
in optimization of tubing size and tubing materials due to at different
production rate, the optimization of tubing size is different. So, the higher
the production rate, the higher the lifting efficiency indicates the good of
tubing optimization.

REFERENCES
1. Petex-Petroleum Experts, Prosper. Retrieved from www.petex.com.
2. Prosper Laboratory manual.