Implementation Of Real Time Monitoring System For Priobskoye Field
- Andrey Baryshnikov (Gazpromneft-Khantos) | Vladimir V. Sidorenko (Gazprom Neft) | A. Tychinski (Gazprom Neft) | Y. Timokhovich (Gazprom Neft) | Dmitriy Anatolievich Safronov (Gazpromneft-Hantos OOO) | Andrey Valerevich Gladkov (Modeling Technologies Center) | Danila Evgenevich Kondakov (Modeling Technologies Center)
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- Society of Petroleum Engineers
- SPE Russian Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition, 26-28 October, Moscow, Russia
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- Conference Paper
- 2010. Society of Petroleum Engineers
- 1.10.1 Drill string components and drilling tools (tubulars, jars, subs, stabilisers, reamers, etc), 4.1.2 Separation and Treating, 3.1 Artificial Lift Systems, 4.1.9 Heavy Oil Upgrading, 7.6.2 Data Integration, 7.3.3 Project Management, 2.2.2 Perforating, 5.4.1 Waterflooding, 7.6.6 Artificial Intelligence, 4.2 Pipelines, Flowlines and Risers, 4.4.2 SCADA, 4.1.5 Processing Equipment, 5.5 Reservoir Simulation, 5.6.4 Drillstem/Well Testing, 3.3.4 Downhole Monitoring and Control, 4.3.4 Scale, 5.5.4 Visualization Technologies
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The concept of "Intelligent Field?? is becoming a promising strategy in the oil and gas industry. This approach includes several levels (components) of information management:
1. Data gathering system (data channels, data transmitters);
2. Data processing and analysis (simulation and monitoring tools);
3. Data integration solutions;
4. Feedback (well response, ESP frequency response).
This paper describes the application of the data gathering and integration process supported by the data processing and simulation tools in the Southern License
Territory (SLT) of Priobskoye Field (West Siberia). The proposed solutions provide a suitable base for daily monitoring of problematic elements with the
appropriate feedback to the related services if a problem occurs.
These solutions were implemented to monitor the production process in the SLT of Priobskoye field, they were successfully used to reach the main goals:
1. Gathering of the field information in real time;
2. Introduction of the tool to control artificial lift production for our technologists;
3. Access to the information about problematic wells at least once per day;
4. Visual and analytical reports related to problematic wells;
5. Field development planning and monitoring tools for specialists involved in waterflood simulation and management.
The results of this work can be used to analyze the learning process, to evaluate the prospects of "return on investments?? put into the simulation models, which in our case are constantly upgraded and used in work. The important result of this project is a transparent and fast decision-making process supporting oil production activities.
The Southern License Territory (SLT) of Priobskoye Field is a unique filed from the viewpoint of its reserves potential (according to the Russian classification of the reserves, the recoverable B+C1 reserves as of January 1 2010 are equal to 305 MT), and it has a complicated geological structure with non-anticlinal lithologically and disjunctively screened traps, characterized by low reservoir properties, highly heterogeneous. As a result, these reserves are classified as "hard-to-recover?? reserves.
The SLT of Priobskoye Field has been developed through a large well stock, which according to the Field Development Plan consists of more than 8000 wells (all producers are fracture stimulated). There are up to three geological formations in different areas of the field, which are developed as one production target in a single well pattern. The injectors are equipped with dual injection systems, the producers have separate production string assemblies to provide individual production from each formation as required by the Reservoir Management Plan.
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