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Saudi carbonate MSF well analysis determines optimal horizontal drilling direction Mahdi S. Al-Dawood, Ahmad A. Aziz, Zillur Rahim

By: Al-Dawood, Mahdi S
Contributor(s): Aziz, Ahmad A | Rahim, Zillur
Subject(s): Ingeniería del petróleo | Perforación de pozos de petroleros -- Arabia Saudí | Yacimientos fracturados -- Arabia Saudí In: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.12, 2015: páginas 57-63Abstract: Stress variations and drilling directions affect fracture geometry in open-hole multistage fracturing (MSF). Determining whether to drill toward the minimum horizontal stress (σmin) or maximum horizontal stress (σmax) impacts fracture behavior and ultimate production in tight, heterogeneous carbonate reservoirs. This article presents modeling and interpretation of production and actual pressure-transient responses of horizontal, open-hole MSF wells in Saudi Arabia, drilled in both the σmin and σmax directions. It also evaluates fracture parameters.
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Holdings: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.12, 2015: páginas 57-63

Stress variations and drilling directions affect fracture geometry in open-hole multistage fracturing (MSF). Determining whether to drill toward the minimum horizontal stress (σmin) or maximum horizontal stress (σmax) impacts fracture behavior and ultimate production in tight, heterogeneous carbonate reservoirs. This article presents modeling and interpretation of production and actual pressure-transient responses of horizontal, open-hole MSF wells in Saudi Arabia, drilled in both the σmin and σmax directions. It also evaluates fracture parameters.

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