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RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION

 Well Testing Objectives


 Well Testing Tools
 Well Testing Procedure
 Well Testing Data Interpretation
 Downhole Fluid Samples

DARWIN SEGURA

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TESTING OBJECTIVES

• Isolate the target zone.


• Control well effluent.
• Convey fluid to surface. • Confirm presence of
Hydrocarbons
• Acquire downhole data.
• Establish Fluid quantity, quality,
productivity
• Determine well deliverability
• Investigate Field or Reservoir
properties
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Well Test Concept

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Casing
Pc: Cushion
Pressure
Tubing
Ph: Hydrostatic
Pressure Packer

Pr: Rathole Reservoir


Pressure
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Basic Tools at surface

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Graph : Pressure – Time

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Graph: Pressure – Time
Production - Time

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Main Downhole Events

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Diagnostic Plot

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Graph Information

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Wellbore Storage

 When a flow period starts, production


at surface is due to the expansion of
the fluid in the wellbore, and not the
reservoir.

 A car column moving in a street vs a


car that want to joint them going out
from the mall

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Skin

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Permeability-Thickness

How the fluids can move through


the rocks without charge its
properties.

How easy is for a foreign car to


move in a traffic street of the city.

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Boundary

The limits of the reservoir and


how the fluids response to the
perturbation.

A traffic light in street.

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Fluid Sampling

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Fluid Sampling

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p-T Phase Diagram

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