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Bahrami N.,SGS | Soroush S.,SGS | Hossain M.,Curtin University Australia | Lashari A.,Petronas University of Technology | And 2 more authors.
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Saudi Arabia Section Annual Technical Symposium and Exhibition | Year: 2015

Tight gas reservoirs represent a significant portion of natural gas reservoirs worldwide. Production at economical rates from tight gas reservoirs in general is very challenging not only due to the very low intrinsic permeability but also as a consequence of several different forms of formation damage that can occur during drilling, completion, stimulation, and production operations. Tight gas reservoirs generally do not flow gas to surface at commercial rates, unless the well is completed using advanced technologies and efficiently stimulated. One of the major damage mechanisms in tight gas reservoirs is liquid phase trapping damage that is controlled by pore system geometry, capillary pressure, relative permeability and interfacial tension between the invading trapped fluid and reservoir fluid. The liquid invasion damage into the rock matrix reduces the near wellbore permeability as a result of temporary or permanent trapping of liquid inside the porous media, and results in low productivity in tight gas reservoirs. This study presents evaluation of damage mechanisms in tight gas reservoirs and the methods that can provide improved well productivity by minimizing damage to the formation. Numerical reservoir simulation is integrated with tight gas field data analysis and core flooding experiments to better understand the effect of different damage mechanisms on well productivity in order to propose the possible remedial strategies that can help achieve viable gas production rates from tight gas reservoirs. Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Aurelio M.A.,University of the Philippines | Forbes M.T.,Philippine National Oil Company | Taguibao K.J.L.,University of the Philippines | Savella R.B.,Philippine National Oil Company | And 8 more authors.
Marine and Petroleum Geology | Year: 2014

Using recently gathered onland structural and 2D/3D offshore seismic data in south and central Palawan (Philippines), this paper presents a new perspective in unraveling the Cenozoic tectonic history of the southeastern margin of the South China Sea. South and central Palawan are dominated by Mesozoic ophiolites (Palawan Ophiolite), distinct from the primarily continental composition of the north. These ophiolites are emplaced over syn-rift Eocene turbidites (Panas Formation) along thrust structures best preserved in the ophiolite-turbidite contact as well as within the ophiolites. Thrusting is sealed by Early Miocene (~20Ma) sediments of the Pagasa Formation (Isugod Formation onland), constraining the younger limit of ophiolite emplacement at end Late Oligocene (~23Ma). The onset of ophiolite emplacement at end Eocene is constrained by thrust-related metamorphism of the Eocene turbidites, and post-emplacement underthrusting of Late Oligocene - Early Miocene Nido Limestone. This carbonate underthrusting at end Early Miocene (~16Ma) is marked by the deformation of a seismic unit corresponding to the earliest members of the Early - Middle Miocene Pagasa Formation. Within this formation, a tectonic wedge was built within Middle Miocene (from ~16Ma to ~12Ma), forming a thrust-fold belt called the Pagasa Wedge. Wedge deformation is truncated by the regionally-observed Middle Miocene Unconformity (MMU ~12Ma). A localized, post-kinematic extension affects thrust-fold structures, the MMU, and Late Miocene to Early Pliocene carbonates (e.g. Tabon Limestone). This structural set-up suggests a continuous convergent regime affecting the southeastern margin of the South China Sea between end Eocene to end Middle Miocene. The ensuing structures including juxtaposed carbonates, turbidites and shallow marine clastics within thrust-fold belts have become ideal environments for hydrocarbon generation and accumulation. Best developed in the Northwest Borneo Trough area, the intensity of thrust-fold deformation decreases towards the northeast into offshore southwest Palawan. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.


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PNOC Exploration Corporation PNOC Exploration Corporation (PNOC-EC) is the upstream oil and gas subsidiary of the state-owned Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC). Initially starting out as the Exploration Department of PNOC in April 1975, PNOC EC was eventually incorporated as a PNOC subsidiary and registered with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission on April 20, 1976 ...


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PNOC Receives Certificate of Recognition from CSC The Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) was recently awarded by the Civil Service Commission with Certificate of Recognition for obtaining Maturity Level II for its adherence to PRIME-HRM standards in three human resource management areas: 1) Recruitment, Selection, and Placement, 2) Performance Management and 3) Rewards and Recognition. The Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) is a tool that CSC uses to recognize the best practices, innovations, enhancements, and remarkable developments in human resource management performed by a particular agency ...


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