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# PETROLEUM PRODUCTION

AND OPTIMISATION
PDB 4313
RESERVOIR PERFORMANCE PART 4 1
PETROLEUM PRODUCTION AND OPTIMIZATION

By

## HAIZATUL HAFIZAH HUSSAIN

haizatulhafizah.hus@utp.edu.my

## Office Ext. : 7373

Office : J3-02-25

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

## At the end of this lecture, students should be able to:

Construct future IPR for Oil Well using Standing or Fetkovich Method.

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LECTURE CONTENTS

Standing Method

Fetkovich Method

Exercises

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STANDING
METHOD

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STANDING METHOD
Proposed a procedure to predict the decline in the value of qo(max) as gas
saturation in the reservoir increases from depletion.

Vogels Equation:

= . .
()
(1)

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STANDING METHOD
Pressure function:

=
..... (2)

The pressure function will change with depletion since and are
functions of , and is a function of oil and gas saturation.

expressed as:

= ..... (3)

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STANDING METHOD
qo(max) future :

=

..... (4)

= . .

..... (5)

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STANDING METHOD

## 2. Use fluid property, saturation and relative permeability to calculate both

and using Equation 2

## 4. Generate the future IPR using Equation 5

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EXERCISE 1

Use the following data to generate a future IPR using Standing Method
Present Time Future Time
2250 psig 1800 psig
3.11 cp 3.59 cp
1.173 bbl/STB 1.150 bbl/STB
0.768 0.741
0.815 0.685
Present time test data:
= 400 STB/day
= 1815 psig
Generate IPRs for both the present and future times
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FETKOVICH
METHOD

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FETKOVICH METHOD
Construct future IPR by adjusting the flow coefficient C for the changes in
pressure.

Fetkovich assumed that the value of the exponent n would not change.
Hence, future IPR can be generated from:

=

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EXERCISE 2

## Construct an IPR for the time when PR has declined to

PRF = 2000 psia. The following data were obtained from previous class
exercise.

## PRP = 3600 psia, n = 0.854, CP = 0.00079

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SUMMARY

Standing Method

Fetkovich Method

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Have you achieved the
learning outcomes today?

Any thoughts?

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