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Volume 213, 20202nd International Conference on Applied Chemistry and Industrial Catalysis (ACIC 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy Mining Research and Composite Material Performance Analysis|
|Published online||01 December 2020|
A productivity prediction method for condensate gas reservoir
Petroleum engineering school, Southwest petroleum university, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610500, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
At present, multiphase flow productivity calculation requires many parameters, and most of them only consider oil and gas two-phase flow, which is complicated and limited. Therefore, a reasonable productivity formula of condensate gas reservoir with producing water is needed. The three-zone model of condensate gas reservoirs is generally applied to the physical model for inferring productivity. On this basis, an improved model is established, which includes that different seepage characteristics are considered for different zones. Moreover, the effects of inclined angle and water production on gas wells are regarded as pseudo-skin factors and additional-skin factors. In addition, Zone I considers the effects of high-speed nonDarcy effect(HSND), starting pressure gradient, stress sensitivity, inclined angle and water production; Zone II is the same way excepting starting pressure gradient and stress sensitivity ; Zone III only considers the effects of inclined angle and water production. As a result, a productivity equation with multiple factors for condensate gas wells is established. Through analysing cases and influences in H gas reservoir X1 well, the HSND, starting pressure gradient, stress sensitivity and water production have a negative impact on gas well productivity, but the inclined angle is opposite. Founded that the starting pressure gradient impacts on productivity is less than the HSND because of the limited radius of Zone I; the impact of the HSND on productivity increases with the decreasing of bottom hole pressure; the impact of water production on gas well productivity is much higher. When the angle is over 60°, the effect of gas
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