Formation damage in Iranian oil fields

J. Moghadasi, M. Jamialahmadi, H. Müller-Steinhagen, A. Sharif, M. R. Izadpanah

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Abstract

The different physical and mechanical aspects of the processes leading to the formation damage caused by the movement and the entrapment of the suspended particles and the scale formation were studied. Permeability decline was affected by various parameters, i.e., solid particle concentration, flow rate, and the initial permeability of the porous medium. The high rates of permeability damage occurred under conditions of high concentration of solid particles, small ratio of solid particle size to the mean diameter as well as low flow rates in low permeability porous media. Low permeability porous media were more sensitive to permeability damage caused by solid particles invading pore spaces than high permeability porous media. Solid particles initially present in the porous medium performed an important role when the water is injected into porous media. The phenomena of the invasion of solid particles into a porous medium were simulated by the use of a phenomenological mathematical model. The model was capable of simulating invasion of solid particles through the porous medium. This model could predict the trend of permeability damage due to the invasion of solid particles. The modeling results demonstrated a close agreement with experimental data. The radial model predicted permeability reduction in radial porous media. The injection rate had a significant effect on the permeability reduction. The amount of solid particles that were carried by the injection water into the porous medium was another important factor. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control (Lafayette, LA, 2/20-21/2002).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2002
Externally publishedYes
EventSPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control - Proceedings - Lafayette, LA, United States
Duration: 20 Feb 200221 Feb 2002

Other

OtherSPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control - Proceedings
CountryUnited States
CityLafayette, LA
Period20/2/0221/2/02

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Oil fields
Porous materials
Flow rate
Water injection
Particle size
Mathematical models

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Moghadasi, J., Jamialahmadi, M., Müller-Steinhagen, H., Sharif, A., & Izadpanah, M. R. (2002). Formation damage in Iranian oil fields. In SPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings

Formation damage in Iranian oil fields. / Moghadasi, J.; Jamialahmadi, M.; Müller-Steinhagen, H.; Sharif, A.; Izadpanah, M. R.

SPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings. 2002.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Moghadasi, J, Jamialahmadi, M, Müller-Steinhagen, H, Sharif, A & Izadpanah, MR 2002, Formation damage in Iranian oil fields. in SPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings. SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control - Proceedings, Lafayette, LA, United States, 20/2/02.
Moghadasi J, Jamialahmadi M, Müller-Steinhagen H, Sharif A, Izadpanah MR. Formation damage in Iranian oil fields. In SPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings. 2002
Moghadasi, J. ; Jamialahmadi, M. ; Müller-Steinhagen, H. ; Sharif, A. ; Izadpanah, M. R. / Formation damage in Iranian oil fields. SPE International Formation Damage Control Symposium Proceedings. 2002.
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