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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT
Engineering and Construction
Pages 18 (4518 words)
A study of formation damage in 10 Kilometer Well M-11 in the Wytch Farm Oil Field Name Institution ABSTRACT Wytch Farm Oil Field is considered as one of the largest oil fields in Europe. The oil field comprises of three major oil reservoirs. Due to the fact this oil field is associated with limestone and shale, its permeability is low such that if necessary action would have not been taken the reservoir might have been economically not viable, and exploitation might not been enhanced.
In addition, possible consequences formation damage in well-11 in the productivity of the Wytch Farm Oil Field is also covered. The methods of treating and preventing the occurrence of formation damage are also covered in this paper. The research paper also discussed the basics of formation damage, permeability and porosity. INTRODUCTION Wytch Farm Oil Field is considered as one of the largest oil fields in Europe. The oil field comprises of three major oil reservoirs namely: Bridport Reservoir (about 2900 feet or 900 meters), Shallow Frome Limestone Reservior (about 2625 feet or 800 meters), and Sherwood Reservior (about 5200 feet or 1600 meters) (Allen, Conran, & Lesso 2007). Being large, and that it is also associated with shale and limestone its permeability is low. In order to increase the permeability of one of the wells in Wytch Farm Oil Field, a horizontal well was developed. However, according to Bennio, Thomas, Jamaluddin, Ma, & Agnew (2007), compared with vertical wells, horizontal wells are more susceptible to formation damage. ...
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