Using Shallow Platform Drilling Technology to Tap the Reserves of the Below Constructed Area of Fuyu Oilfield: Taking Chengping Block 12 as an Example

Yongsheng LIU, Wanchun ZHAO, Kun ZHANG, Shixin ZHAO, Fengyu WANG


The special geographical conditions in the below constructed area of the surface have caused the poor oil-water well condition, incomplete well patterns, difficult measures for tapping potential, and no effective development of reserves, which have affected the comprehensive adjustment of Fuyu oilfield. In order to solve this problem, the shallow large platform horizontal well technology was studied in Fuyu oilfield by taking Chengping 12 reservoir as an example. This technology has been successfully applied under limited ground conditions, and underground reserves have been fully utilized. This study has laid a solid foundation for fuyu oilfield to increase recoverable reserves and achieve stable production during the 12th Five-year plan.


Shallow large platform; Below constructed reservoir; Chengping 12 block; Fuyu oilfield

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