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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Methodology For Assisted Production History Matching Through The Use Of Streamline Simulation [metodologia Para Ajuste De Histórico De Produção Assistido Através Do Uso Da Simulação Por Linhas De Fluxo]|
|Abstract:||Streamline reservoir simulation has made significant advances in the last ten years and it represents an interesting tool in several areas. One of the promising applications of this technique is in the production history matching of petroleum fields. The objective of the history matching process is to build reservoir models consistent with production data as well as geological constraints. Even with modern reservoir characterization techniques, the quantity and quality of information obtained is still not sufficient to perfectly represent and reproduce reservoirs. The choice of parameters to be modified is not an easy task. This work shows the use of streamline simulation as a support technique in the history matching process. Streamlines can delineate flow areas of the reservoir, determining the best regions to have the geological parameters changed. Once parameters have been chosen, an automated methodology is used in the history match process. This work compares different aspects such as the influences of the permeability and the porosity in the process, and the influence of the number of parameters matched. The streamline history matching process is also compared with the usual history matching process, which considers regular areas around the wells.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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