Using Response Surface Analysis to Estimate Time of The Gas-Water Contact Lift in Yamburg Gas Field Conditions

Authors

  • Mugisho Joel Bacirheba Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia
  • Tanoh Boguy Eddy Martial Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia
  • Mirsamiev Narzullo Abdugaforovich Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia
  • Madumarov Mukhriddin Mukhammadjon Ugli Department of Mechanics and Mechatronics, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37934/arfmts.87.3.105112

Keywords:

Gas-water contact, response surface analysis, time prediction, Yamburg, gas field, lithological characteristics

Abstract

Like many of the fields in northwest Siberia, the Yamburg oil and gas condensate field is in the final production stages. This, therefore, results in an accumulation of a large amount of formation water in the inflow at the bottom of the well. Response surface analysis is used as a new technique to gain a detailed understanding of the relationships between combinations of two predictor variables and an outcome variable. This approach was applied to the Yamburg field to estimate the time of the gas-water contact, considered as the result variable, by taking into account two groups of predictive variables which correspond to the reservoirs grouped by their lithological characteristics. The results of the predicted gas-water contact time were compared to the expected gas-water contact time, the data of which were taken into account for the study. Using the model parameters as well as the three-dimensional response surface, which was constructed to facilitate and improve the interpretation of the results, it was then possible to predict the gas-water contact time under certain conditions.

Author Biographies

Mugisho Joel Bacirheba, Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia

joelmugisho@gmail.com

Tanoh Boguy Eddy Martial, Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia

1042185021@rudn.ru

Mirsamiev Narzullo Abdugaforovich, Department of Subsoil Use and Oil and Gas Engineering, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia

narzullomirsamiev@mail.ru

Madumarov Mukhriddin Mukhammadjon Ugli, Department of Mechanics and Mechatronics, Engineering Academy, RUDN University, 117198, Moscow, Russia

1042205096@pfur.ru

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2021-10-06

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Mugisho Joel Bacirheba, Tanoh Boguy Eddy Martial, Mirsamiev Narzullo Abdugaforovich, & Madumarov Mukhriddin Mukhammadjon Ugli. (2021). Using Response Surface Analysis to Estimate Time of The Gas-Water Contact Lift in Yamburg Gas Field Conditions. Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, 87(3), 105–112. https://doi.org/10.37934/arfmts.87.3.105112

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