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 JPEE  Vol.9 No.4 , April 2021
Theoretical Study on Quantitative Characterization of Interlayer Interference in Multi-Layer Commingled Production
Abstract: X oilfield is a typical layered reservoir with a large vertical span and many oil-bearing formations. There are significant differences in reservoir types and fluid properties among various formations. The interlayer interference is severe in the development process. At present, the interlayer interference research based on dynamic monitoring data cannot meet development adjustment needs. Combined with the field test results, through the indoor physical simulation experiment method, dynamic inversion method, and reservoir engineering method, this paper analyzes the main control factors and interference mechanism of interlayer interference, studies the variation law of interference coefficient, improves and forms the quantitative characteristic Theory of interlayer interference in multi-layer commingled production, and provides theoretical guidance for the total adjustment of the middle strata division in the oilfield.
Cite this paper: Mu, P. , Wang, S. , Tan, J. , Zhao, H. and Zhang, L. (2021) Theoretical Study on Quantitative Characterization of Interlayer Interference in Multi-Layer Commingled Production. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 9, 21-29. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2021.94002.
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