Numerical Simulation Study on the Technology of Different Nature Polymer Injection in Thin and Bad ReservoirNumerical Simulation Study on the Technology of Different Nature Polymer Injection in Thin and Bad Reservoir

Wenlong ZHANG, Liyan SUN, Xiaotong ZHANG, Jian WANG

Abstract


The thin and poor reservoir , as an important replacement of production decline in the later stage of oilfield development, is gradually becoming the target of three oil recovery due to the large proportion of its reserves. For Class Ⅲ and Class Ⅳ of thin and poor reservoirs with large contradiction between the layers, if the same molecular weight polymer flooding is used to drive oil, it is easy to affect the development effect because of low producing degree of poorly matched reservoir. On the basis of the fine geological model, the water cut and cumulative oil production of the simulated area were fitted by the simulation software of eclipse, and  the development effect of different production schemes is analyzed and forecasted. Research results show that the effect of different layer different nature polymer injection is better than that of general polymer injection, and the effect of different stage different nature polymer injection is better than that of the different layer different nature.

Keywords


Thin and bad reservoir; Numerical simulation; Different nature and different stage; Polymer flooding

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8364

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