An Improved Splitting Method of Liquid Production With in Thick Reservoir

Qiannan YU, Yikun LIU, Anqi SHEN


Reasonable and accurate splitting method of liquid production is key to improve producing status of thick reservoir, but common methods at this stage are all kinds of problems such as limited accuracy, tedious process and workload issues, an improved splitting method of liquid production suitable for thick reservoir is necessary. Adjustment coefficient can be obtained from the regression and relevance between the fluid amount and parameters combined with reservoir monitoring data, core data and flooding information based on the splitting of liquid production in production and injection wells in order to split the fluid amount in different parts of thick reservoir. The improved splitting method of liquid production is proved to be accurate, reasonable, reliable and effective to improve the accuracy of the results of numerical simulation and guidance fine tapping of thick reservoir.


Splitting method of liquid production; Thick reservoir; Numerical simulation

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