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“…Once the water begins to rise, the well should be immediately shut in and kept shut-in until the oil/water interface returns to the previous level under the action of gravitational forces, or else some other measures should be taken [3,[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27] to minimize or slow down the undesirable impact of bottom-water cresting. The results of this study are also applicable to bottom-water gas reservoirs and anisotropic reservoirs.…”
Section: Numerical Simulationmentioning
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“…Once the water begins to rise, the well should be immediately shut in and kept shut-in until the oil/water interface returns to the previous level under the action of gravitational forces, or else some other measures should be taken [3,[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27] to minimize or slow down the undesirable impact of bottom-water cresting. The results of this study are also applicable to bottom-water gas reservoirs and anisotropic reservoirs.…”
Section: Numerical Simulationmentioning
“…Considering the drilling conditions, recyclable nitrogen-foam used as a circulating medium can meet drilling requirements [6][7][8]. Since the reservoir layer of the Daniudi gas field has a vertical depth of about 2,700 m and the formation pressure coefficient is 0.83-0.95, only two circulation media, gas and foam can be used.…”
Section: Optimum Differential Pressure and Drilling Fluidmentioning
“…However, when gas is used, the borehole is dried and Electromagnetic Measurement While Drilling (EMWD) cannot be used, so only foam is practical. Considering the drilling conditions, recyclable nitrogen-foam used as a circulating medium can meet drilling requirements [6][7][8].…”
Section: Optimum Differential Pressure and Drilling Fluidmentioning
“…Both horizontal branches are 300m long. The upper one is located 4.5 m below the top of the reservoir and the lower one is located 17.5 m below the top, which means separation distance between it and the water/oil contact is only 2.5 m. Gas liquid ratio and mass fraction of surfactant solution in this study are set to 1:1 and 0.5%, respectively, according to the optimized results of previous physical experiments [17]. The mechanism model considering foam generation, coalescence, and oil acceleration on foam decay by adding a component lamella is chosen to simulate this process precisely.…”
Section: Reservoir Description and Model Buildingmentioning