- The use of Prosper in studying the Production Optimization of an Oil Well
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The use of Prosper in studying the Production Optimization of an Oil Well
PIPESIM Nodal Analysis - Overviewand
This project is dedicated to the Almighty God whose gift of life, love, favor, strength, wisdom and grace saw me throughout my stay for this Five years programme. Figure 4. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my supervisor Dr K. Idigbe for the fatherly role he played to make this work a success. I am also grateful to Mr. Ala and Mr. I would not forget to show appreciation to my friends and colleagues amongst whom are Adebayo Otadotun, Okoh Victor Ugochukukwu, Uzezi Orivri, Obaseki Ebarumeifo, Claraphina Dudun , Emeka Amaechi and others so many to mention for their love, care, prayers and support which cannot be quantified.
Nodal analysis is the standard technique used to evaluate the performance of integrated production systems. Two curves represent the capacities of the inflow and of the outflow, and the intersection of the two curves gives the solution operating point. Limitations of traditional nodal analysis include that. We propose a new nodal-analysis method that enables the study of transient production systems in a multiwell context and at different timesteps, with IPR models generated from a high-speed semianalytical reservoir simulator and outflow curves output from a steady-state pipeline simulator. The use of analytical reservoir simulation allows accurate, reliable modeling of the real inflow system, including deepwater and unconventional wells.
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It covers multiphase flow through flow lines, wells, chokes and the near-well reservoir. It teaches the development of mathematical models for those system elements, and how to implement these in computer code. It explains the underlying physics, starting from first principles whenever possible, and reverting to empirical correlations whenever necessary. It covers the essential concepts in nodal analysis of a well system and aims at providing the readers with enough knowledge to use commercial nodal analysis software for more complex systems, explore the literature in this field, and expand their knowledge. Supplementary items for this book can be downloaded here.
Lea, SPE. Kermit E. Brown is F. Stevenson Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the U. Since Brown has served as head of the Petroleum Engineering Dept.
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