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Deconvolution works best when:CorrectIncorrect
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Could we use a horizontal well model to match a deviated well ?CorrectIncorrect
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Is the match more important than the selection of the interpretation model ?CorrectIncorrect
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Why would we run seabed gauges during an appraisal well test ?CorrectIncorrect
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Why is it recommended to run multiple gauges in the tubing during an exploration and appraisal test?CorrectIncorrect
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- Question 7 of 10
What is the impact of tides on the derivative response ?CorrectIncorrect
a decrease in derivative
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- Question 9 of 10
Between the options below, what is the first thing you need to do when performing an analysis of an exploration well test:Correct
Correct! We would also have accepted the “Call TestWells” one…Incorrect
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What are the main problems when using a multi-layer model to match the data ?CorrectIncorrect
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Why testing wells ?
- Confirmation of discovery and productivity
- Clean-up and rate measurement
- Large volume fluid sample
- Well and reservoir performance
- (skin, KH, Pi, heterogeneity, boundaries)
- Reservoir connectivity & proven volume
- Flow behaviour around wellbore
- Large scale of investigation (100-1000s ft)
- Use of opportunistic shut-ins
- Track permeability, skin, reservoir pressure
- Monitor performance over time
- Understand performance deviation
- Assess well intervention
- Quality control rate measurement
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- evaluate permeability over large distances (~100s-1000s feet),
- assess well damage (skin)
- investigate connectivity over large volume
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Extensive and practical experience in all types of wells and reservoirs worldwide, in particular North Sea (UK and Norwegian sectors), GoM, Brasil, Azerbaijan, Algeria, Angola, Canada, Egypt, Oman, Jordan, Indonesia, etc…
We have expertise in deconvolution.
Deconvolution is a great asset for your team. It helps to improve the understanding of the pressure data, refine initial pressure and add reservoir insights. While deconvolution is not new, it is often misused in the industry.
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