Application of Gti Data on Terrigenous Strata of Western Siberia in Order to Increase the Efficiency of Well Placement and Optimal Placement of Hydraulic Fracturing Ports
R. Minikeev, T. Rakhimov, N. Nebogin and R. Chyapukas
Event name: Horizontal Wells 2019 Challenges and Opportunities
Session: У08. Геофизические, гидродинамические исследования и мониторинг работы действующих горизонтальных скважин
Publication date: 27 May 2019
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Ideas about geological and technological research (hereinafter referred to as GTI) as the basis of a system for providing information for the construction of wells, solving a wide range of geological and technological problems at all stages of well construction. In this paper, we studied the methodology for analyzing GTI data, presented statistics of the correlation of the results obtained with GIS data and their interpretation, selected the optimal group of data analysis techniques at a qualitative and quantitative level. The main problem that has been touched in the work is the lack of information on the sections providing maximum inflows to the ports of the multi-stage hydraulic fracturing in horizontal wells. The statistical material on the flow profiles of 33 horizontal wells, geophysical data, as well as data of geological and technological studies of wells in the drilling process are considered.