Xiude L.,Sichuan changqing Drilling and Exploration Engineering Company |
Gang L.,Sichuan changqing Drilling and Exploration Engineering Company |
Guanglian Y.,Drilling and Production Technology Research Institute
Well Testing | Year: 2010
Along with limitation of formation energy at later time of exploitation of gas well, influence by factors of wells of producing gas and water of former production string, it sustains production of gas wells seriously and convention workover by killing well will make the well to stop produce gas. To excavate potential capacity and low risk content, applying coiled tubing to be speeding string in gas well reduces gas and fluid surge lose. Calculating foundation, field operation collocation and operation result of it is analyzed and introduced at the first time. This new tech is to be developing orientation of reformation for gas well progressively.
Zheng R.C.,Chengdu University of Technology |
Chen H.R.,Chengdu University of Technology |
Wang Q.,Sichuan Changqing Drilling and Exploration Engineering Corporation |
Cui C.,Chengdu University of Technology |
And 2 more authors.
Acta Petrologica Sinica | Year: 2014
The Amu Darya Basin in northeastern Turkmenistan is one of the most important hydrocarbon basins in central Asia. According to drilling core data and analysis, it was determined that the Callovian-Oxfordian carbonates in the Amu Darya basin were deposited by platforms and characterized by the fore-edge slope. Six main facies were identified: (1) evaporation platforms; (2) restricted platforms; (3) open platforms; (4) platform-edge reef-banks; (5) platform fore-edge slopes; and (6) the basin. The reefs and shoals on the inner slope and edge of the platforms and platform fore-edge slopes were the most favorable reservoirs. The microfacies and lithology play a direct role in controlling the reservoir types and properties. The massive reef limestones and moderate to thick-layered shoal grainstones in the high energy environment consisted mainly of primary pore dominated reservoirs and fissure-pore reservoirs. Grainy micrites, Cryptophyta limestones, and micritic limestones in the low energy environment were mainly found in contained in fissure reservoirs with very poor matrix properties. The honeycombed exploration and exploitation reservoirs consisted of reef and shoal limestones within different facies zones. After comprehensive analysis, it is concluded that the microfacies, lithology, and diagenesis were the primary controlling factors behind the formation of the Callovian-Oxfordian carbonate reservoirs.