1. Well Testing & Well Test Analysis
Well test analysis
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2. Well Testing & Well Test Analysis
3- Type of Well Testing
4- Well Test Simulation Software Programs
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1- Identify type of well testing
2- Identify methods of well testing interpretation
3- Identify the software programs which used in well testing analysis
Why well Testing?
Tests on oil and gas wells are performed at various stages of drilling,
completion and production. The test objectives at each stage range
from simple identification of produced fluids and determination of
reservoir deliverability to the characterization of complex reservoir
features. Most well tests can be grouped either as productivity testing
or as descriptive/reservoir testing.
Productivity well tests are conducted to;
o Identify produced fluids and determine their respective
o Measure reservoir pressure and temperature.
o Obtain samples suitable for PVT analysis.
o Determine well deliverability.
o Evaluate completion efficiency.
o Characterize well damage.
o Evaluate workover or stimulation treatment.
Descriptive tests seek to;
o Evaluate reservoir parameters.
o Characterize reservoir heterogeneities.
o Assess reservoir extent and geometry.
o Determine hydraulic communication between wells.
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3- Types of well testing
1- Productivity Testing
2- Descriptive Testing
Exploration and appraisal wells
3.1- Productivity Well Testing
Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR)
IPR governed by rock-fluid properties and near-wellbore conditions
PI = STB/psi = 1/(IPR slope) =Q/(Pi-Pwf)
Where: PI – Productivity Index Q- Total production BPD
Pi-Reservoir pressure Pwf- wellbore pressure
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3.2-Descriptive Well Testing
Identify produced fluids and flow rates
Measure Reservoir P & T
Well deliverability and completion efficiency
Formation fluid samples for PVT analysis
Evaluate reservoir permeability
Well Damage: Skin
Assess reservoir extent & geometry
Determine communication between zones and wells
Evaluate results of stimulation treatments
Darcy Law - Absolute Permeability K
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3.3- Draw-Down Test (DD):
A well is flown at a constant rate and the pressure change (decline)
Derived Parameters: k, s, d
3.4- Build-Up Test (BU):
A flowing well is shut in and the pressure change (build-up) is
Constant rate assumption during a test is easily achieved (zero
Derived Parameters: k, , d, s (indirect), Pi,
4-Well Test Simulation Software Programs
In well testing in general and in well test interpretation software
there are several software programs
Numerical well testing is becoming popular
Integrated interpretation methodology incorporating both analytical
and numerical techniques is required.
The most famous Well Test Software programs are:
1- Saphir (Kappa):
One of the easiest to use and most popular well testing packages
available in the market today. Has around 1400 site licenses with
200 companies (including Schlumberger).
2- PanSystem (EPS):
PanSystem is a popular well test analysis software - probably
more ‘scientific’ than Saphir.
Reasonable graphical user interface and has all features of
an advanced well test interpretation package.
Has an integrated interpretation environment involving
derivative plots, specialized analysis, and non-linear
PanSystem has an interface to numerical simulation -
PanMesh is based on finite-element technology.
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3-Interpret 2000 (Baker Hughes)
Conventional analytical interpretation and modelling application -
much of the original program development was by Alain
No numerical options.
Has a nice user interface, which appears to be very similar to
Consists of two separate programs: test design and test
-interpretation. Each of these is divided into a number of sub
Has a useful section for layered reservoir tests. Andmodules
and selective inflow performance (SIP) analysis
5- Weltest 200 (Schlumberger).
Weltest 200 is an integrated well test analysis package which is able to use
It is partially integrated..ECLIPSE to calculate numerical solutions to well tests
within the ECLIPSE suite of applications, e.g. SimOpt..
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Well Test Analysis & Simulation
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What is Well Test Analysis ?
1- Well Test analysis is an inverse problem in which the model parameters are inferred by
analysing response of the reservoir to a given input
2- Most often the output response that is measured is pressure and the applied input
perturbation is rate change.
3-We use mathematical models to relate pressure response to rate history. The model may
or may not represent reality.
Numerical Well Testing
Use of Simulation Technology to Accurately Model
Fluid Properties and Multi-Phase Flow
Wells and Perforations
What is Weltest 200?
Weltest 200 is a Unique and Powerful Combination of Key Technologies in
one Single Programme
Weltest 200 Links Classical (Analytical) Well Test Analysis with Numerical
Simulation and Advanced Gridding Technology
Weltest 200 also offers a Very Advanced Graphical User Interface (GUI)
which Increases the Productivity of the Engineer
Output ResponseInput Perturbation
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Weltest 200 Programme Overview
1- Weltest200 Programme Structure
Main Programme Sections
Define: Basic reservoir and well data input
Prepare Data: Gauge file reading and data manipulation
Properties: Fluid properties description
Analyse: Well test interpretation on diagnostic plots
Radial: Numerical simulation using Radial grids
PEBI: Numerical simulation using flexible PEBI grids
o Calculator: Built-in programming language
o Text Editor
o Relational Database (C-Tree)
o Online Help (FrameViewer)
o Template Mechanism (Interface- and Report Writing)
o Built-in Contouring Package (ConPac)
2- Weltest200 Product Features
PVT and Fluid Module:
Single-phase Data Input
Multi-phase Flow Correlations
Automatic Conversion between Single- and Multi-Phase Option (and vice versa)
Condensate and Compositional Option (Gas)
Generation of Pseudo-Properties
Input and Generation of Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure Tables (Corey-
Drawdown, Buildup, Injection, Fall-Off
Gas Tests: Flow-after-Flow, (Modified) Isoschronal Test (incl. Rate-
Dependent Skin, LIT, Back Pressure, Deliverability)
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Pressure Measurement in Wellbore:
Inf. Cond (Gringarten correlation)
Single Parameter Model
Hydr. Fractures: Uniform Flux, Inf. Cond., Finite Cond., Finite
Cond. in linear reservoir, WHC
Single Interference Well
MBH Rectangular Curves
)( FAST TRAC-Problem Definition
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Fluid Properties Description
Built-in correlations may be used to get quick estimations of
In numerical well testing it is possible to account for
Specify the main
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Data Preparation-( Two Options)
1- Enter data: specify gauge name, depth and units of measurement. Data entered
interactively or from clipboard
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2- Read data: specify gauge file and identify rows and columns to be loaded. May view
file in the process. Also specify maximum number of errors.
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1- There are many Well test programs in the market, using any one depends on what
type of data we need.
2- Using inadequate program that is mean wrong required data
3- By using well test programs we minimize the cost for data acquisition
4- We can get full idea about Reservoir by using well test software program
5- We can put our plan for oil field in future by using welltestprogramm
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