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Application of integrated petroleum reservoir study for intervention and field development program in western onshore field, India
Vijai Kumar Baskaran, , Kamal Chandra Dani, Mandhir Kumar
Published in Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute
Volume: 26
Issue: 4
Pages: 981 - 994
In this research, an integrated reservoir study is performed in the J#Field (J-Oil Field) of western onshore, India to evaluate its additional reserves expectations and implement field developments plan using waterflood pilot program. The target strata includes two formations of Paleogene, which is about 3600 ft, namely G#Fm (G-Formation) of the Eocene and T#Fm (T-Formation) of Oligocene, subdivided into 11 zones. Based on these results, an attempt was made to construct of an optimization plan to exploit it, taking into account that the field is producing since 1947, with a cumulative production of 183.5 MMbbl and an overall recovery factor of 28% until January 2016. On the basis of the potential evaluation and geological modeling, blocks J48 and J45 were simulated, and the remaining oil distribution characteristics in two blocks were studied after history match. The work includes the stratigraphic studies, seismic study, logging interpretation, sedimentary facies modeling, three dimensional geological modeling, simulations for waterflooding, and future field development plans. © 2016 Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute
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JournalEgyptian Journal of Petroleum
PublisherEgyptian Petroleum Research Institute
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