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Type: Journal article
Title: The Effects of Richness, Relative Permeability Curves, and Skin in Well Test Analysis of Gas Condensate Reservoirs
Author: Montazeri, G.
Ziabakhsh, Z.
Haghighi, M.
Hashemi, A.
Citation: Petroleum Science and Technology, 2010; 28(13):1358-1372
Publisher: Marcel Dekker Inc
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 1091-6466
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G. H. Montazeri, Z. Ziabakhsh, M. Haghighi, A. Hashemi
Abstract: Gas condensate reservoirs have more complicated performance than other categories because possessing intermediate compositions leads to more complex thermodynamic and phase behavior. When the well bottom hole flowing pressure falls below the dew point, condensate liquid builds up around the wellbore, causing a reduction in gas permeability and well productivity. Well test analysis is now commonly used to identify and quantify near-wellbore effects, reservoir behavior quantifying the skin and reservoir boundaries. Finding all this information from well tests in gas condensate reservoirs, however, is challenging. The present article demonstrates the effect of the richness, relative permeability curves, and skin in well test analysis of gas condensate reservoirs.
Keywords: gas condensate reservoir
sensitivity analysis
single-phase pseudo-pressure
two-phase pseudo-pressure
well testing
Rights: Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
DOI: 10.1080/10916460903096749
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