Pilot Test Study on Steam Flooding of Jin-45 Block Flooded Area



After 30 years’ steam huff and puff, Jin-45 block has been flooded seriously, to continue relying on the steam simulation has been difficult to have a effective development and it has been exposed a series of questions[1-3]. According to the serious reservoir water influx, the development of huff and puff can’t develop questions effectively and sustainably, it’s necessary to find an effective approach to take over it . In order to demonstrate the feasibility of steam-flooding in flooded area, we need to built geologic model by Petrel, to finish history matching and steam flooding test by CMG[4-8]. Optimize the layer series of development and the projects of injecting, finally to formulate the reasonable flooding project that to solve the replacing of the last stage’s development approach in water flooded reservoir turnover, to improve block recovery ratio, and provided reference of huff and puff into steam drive in water flooding[5-11].

Key words: Water flooding; Steam flooding; Numerical simulation; Scheme optimization


Water flooding; Steam flooding; Numerical simulation; Scheme optimization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5171


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