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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Production Strategy Selection For A Naturally Fractured Carbonate Reservoir From Campos Basin
Author: Pimenta R.R.G.
Schiozer D.J.
Mello S.F.
Hohendorff Filho J.C.V.
Abstract: Post-salt carbonate fields are produced by depletion for more than thirty years in Campos basin, Brazil. Usually, they have recovery factors lower than 10%. This article presents a naturally fracture reservoir (NFR) simulation study with undersaturated pressure with no active gas cap and a small aquifer. This work includes a reservoir decision analysis which was done using uncertainty analysis, assisted optimization, comparison among strategies and a reliability test to check how production strategy results behaves when uncertainty parameters are used. The goal is to present a secondary recovery method to improve oil recovery for this field using the best strategy among water, gas, water and gas and immiscible water-alternating gas (IWAG) injection. Although those methods are highly used for carbonates among oil industries worldwide they are not commonly used in carbonates fields located offshore Brazil, especially in carbonates with oil or mixed wettability. Selection of the best production strategy for this reservoir was determined through a full-field simulation using a commercial simulator with double porosity model. The main application of this work is the possible implementation of a new production strategy that can change paradigm at how carbonates are produced offshore Brazil. The results and conclusion are based on alternatives to maximize oil production and net present value (NPV). Comparison among the production strategies indicated water injection as the best way to produce this type of reservoir. The results showed that this method is robust because its economic results did not alter when different parameters representing the major uncertainties were used. Further studies and implementation of water injection as secondary recovery strategy can boost production at new and mature fields for the huge carbonate play located at the post-salt part of Campos Basin. Indeed, any successful production strategies for carbonates have potential to be extended to pre-salt fields. Copyright 2013, Offshore Technology Conference.
Editor: Offshore Technology Conference
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2013
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