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Improvement of Gas Condensate Recovery: Theory, Design, Field Cases

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Instructor(-s): Pavel Bedrikovetsky

5 days

About the course
The course reviews and analyses the technology of gas condensate field development. Physical and technological aspects are addressed of improved gas condensate production. Examples are given to practice calculation of phase equilibrium, condensate dropout conditions and consequences of retrograde condensation. Practices are analyzed of gas cycling, EOR, injection of nonhydrocarbon gases, etc. Innovative solutions are reviewed for unconventionals

Learning outcomes
Upon completion of the course participants will be able:
  • Understand and analyze main processes associated with development of gas condensate reservoirs;
  • To simulate and forecast gas condensate production, interpret well testing results;
  • To identify and select optimal development methods for gas condensate reservoirs.
Course content
  • Gas condensate production engineering
  • Gas condensate field development technology. Improvement of gas condensate production. Phase equilibrium, Condensate Dropout, retrograde condensation. Case studies from Russia and Austria
  • Lab PVT analysis, gas condensate core analysis. Formation fluid description. EOS. PVT software. Depletion combined with edge water and condensate dropout. Material balance
  • Gas condensate in tight reservoirs. Capillary condensation. Liquid phase dispersion. Improvement of gas condensate recovery during depletion. Active aquifer management for better recovery (Orenburg, Russia, Goodwyn, Australia). Development of gas condensate fields with oil rim
  • Productivity of gas condensate wells. Wellbore damage. Improving production rate and mitigations measures (Loma-Lalata, Argentina). Gas cycling for better recovery (Dneprovo-Donetskaya Depression, Ukraine). Fracking in tight gas condensate reservoirs. Water management and how it affects wettability. Nanotechnological applications for tight reservoirs. Injecting wet gases, CO2, nitrogen, combustion gases, combined methods
  • Enhancing the sweep and increasing drainage volume through change in waterflooding system (Field Sleipner, North Sea). Changing the directions of flow. Enhancing the sweep combined with gas storage (TW, Norway, Vuktyl, Russia). Injecting dry gas into fractured reservoir (S. Iran). Water alternating gas injection (WAG). Secondary recovery of retrograde condensate. 3 Pilot projects (Vuktyl field, Russia)
  • Multidisciplinary approach and integrated projects. Field Karachaganak. Improved definition of gas condensate processes. Field cases: Karachaganak, Dongying Sag, Nord. Condensate production from tight reservoirs (Karachaganak, Dongying Sag, Nord). Innovative solutions for unconventional and complicated projects Precaspian Depression and North Sea (Russia, Kazakhstan, UK)
  • Conclusion. Trends. Lessons learned from 70 years’ experience (Russia, North Sea, Middle East)