E3S Web Conf.
Volume 252, 20212021 International Conference on Power Grid System and Green Energy (PGSGE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Energy Technology Research and Development and Green Energy-Saving Applications|
|Published online||23 April 2021|
Study on the evaluation method and influencing factors of fracture conductivity of hydraulic fracturing support in shale reservoir
PetroChina Dagang Oilfield Company, Tianjin, 300280, China
Introduction:Yin Shun-li(1990−), Male, Master degree, Engineer, Mainly engaged in fracturing technology research.
Company:.Petroleum Engineering Research Institute of Dagang Oilfield, PetroChina
The conductivity of supporting fractures is an important parameter to evaluate the hydraulic fracturing effect of shale reservoirs, and its size is affected by many factors. In this paper, the proppant is optimized and evaluated on the basis of real rock slab simulation and actual construction proppant test. The laboratory experimental study on the influence of proppant type, sand concentration, proppant embedding and fracturing fluid residue on propping fracture conductivity is carried out, the results show that the average conductivity of 40 / 70 mesh proppant is about 7.15d · cm at 5kg / m2 sand concentration under the condition of reservoir closure pressure of about 50MPa, which can basically meet the requirements of main fracture conductivity of Kong 2 shale reservoir in Dagang Oilfield; the damage of guar gum fracturing fluid and proppant embedment are two important factors that cause the great decline of conductivity of rock slab, and the damage of guar gum fracturing fluid has a great influence on the conductivity, reaching about 50%; the stronger the mud is (the higher the clay content is), the greater the embedment degree of proppant is, and the greater the loss of conductivity is; for the same lithology, the proppant particle size has little damage to the conductivity, and the sand concentration has a greater impact on the conductivity. The larger the sand concentration is, the smaller the loss of the conductivity is.
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