Reservoir simulation study of PWF (patern water flood) in m Field In Indonesia

Yuliarini Luh Mirah


Reservoir simulation is considered to be the most important forecasting tool available to the reservoir engineer since it considers much more geological and reservoir data than any other reservoir forecasting technique. Consequently, reservoir simulation puts forward greater data requirements than other techniques. The basic elements of any reservoir simulation study are defining the study objectives, gathering and analysing data, constructing the reservoir simulation model, history matching the simulation model, running prediction cases and reporting. Based on the simulation study, analysis and interpretation in the M Field in Indonesia, it was found that with a certain assumption, the history matching is pretty close to the real conditions. The Vertical producer with water injector gives higher oil production; slower pressure decline and pretty similar Oil Efficiency. Horizontal producer well give better oil recovery and higher Oil Efficiency in comparison with Vertical producer as well as the feasibility study indices. 

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Calvin C. Mattax and Robert L. Dalton.: «Reservoir Simulation Monograph Volume 13».

Whitson C.H and Brule M.R.: «Phase Behaviour», SPE Monograph Series, ISBN 1-55563-081.


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