Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms

Arash Shadravan, Mohammadali Tarrahi, Mahmood Amani

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

7 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Designing drilling fluids, spacers, cement slurries and fracturing fluids are all often done by trial and error in the laboratory. In the first step, the required properties of these fluids are categorized and then efforts will be started with a rough idea of the optimum composition. This first guess usually depends on the experience of the lab analyst or fluid engineer. Afterwards, the trial and error testing starts and it continues until the fluid design gets closer to the desired fluid criteria. There are several tests data that would not be used in this method and it is hard to digest a plethora of information by user. Trial and error could be time consuming, very costly and misleading. Today, there is a need for an intelligent system which uses all the available data (Big Data), even if the data sets are not close to the desired goal, and comprehensivly offers insights for fluid designs. This paper conducted a thorough study on the application of the machine leaning based methodologies including Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and Gaussian Process Regression (GPR) to reduce the costs of testing, integrating available experimental data and eliminating the need for personnel supervision. These practical nonlinear regression methods empowers efficient and fast prediction tools which do not require including complex physics of the underlying system while integrating all available data from different sources. GPR which is also known as Kriging in Geostatistics literature has exceptional advantages over traditional regression methods since it does not require a known form for regression function and also has the capability of determining estimation error and confidence interval. This machine learning based tool offers comprehensive insights for intelligent fluid design and considerably reduces the cost.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSociety of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference
PublisherSociety of Petroleum Engineers
ISBN (Electronic)9781613994061
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes
EventSPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference - Mishref, Kuwait
Duration: 11 Oct 201514 Oct 2015

Other

OtherSPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference
CountryKuwait
CityMishref
Period11/10/1514/10/15

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Learning algorithms
slurry
Learning systems
Drilling
Cements
cement
drilling
Fluids
fluid
Fracturing fluids
Drilling fluids
Slurries
Testing
Intelligent systems
geostatistics
drilling fluid
Error analysis
machine learning
Costs
kriging

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology

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Shadravan, A., Tarrahi, M., & Amani, M. (2015). Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms. In Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms. / Shadravan, Arash; Tarrahi, Mohammadali; Amani, Mahmood.

Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference. Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2015.

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

Shadravan, A, Tarrahi, M & Amani, M 2015, Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms. in Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference. Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference, Mishref, Kuwait, 11/10/15.
Shadravan A, Tarrahi M, Amani M. Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms. In Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference. Society of Petroleum Engineers. 2015
Shadravan, Arash ; Tarrahi, Mohammadali ; Amani, Mahmood. / Intelligent tool to design fracturing, drilling, spacer and cement slurry fluids using machine learning algorithms. Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Kuwait Oil and Gas Show and Conference. Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2015.
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