Research results to determine residual oil saturation under steam treatment of the high-viscosity oil pool
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 1335-1342
  • Published Online: 30 Sep 2019
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Abstract

The problem with the reserve development of high-viscosity oil is that the natural temperature conditions in the formation practically do not provide the necessary mobility of oil when it is filtered to the bottom hole of development wells.
Thermal recovery methods are based on reducing the viscosity of formation fluids due to their heating by the heat carriers. The mechanism of the processes occurring during the steam flooding into the bottom hole formation zone is rather complicated. The effectiveness of steam and heat treatments is determined by a number of factors.
Processes activation of the condensate capillary penetration into the pores of tight oil-saturated blocks also acquires particular importance while thermal steam treatments under conditions of a high degree reservoirs heterogeneity. 
The paper presents studies to determine the displacement efficiency of high-viscosity oil of Cenomanian sediments by thermal agents on the sand packed model of the PK1-2 formation in the Western Siberia oil field.
According to the results of the experiment, it was established that the increased content of clays in the composition of the PK1-2 reservoir formation has a significant impact on the process of the high-viscosity oil displacement by the thermal agents. High-viscosity oil displacement by a steam-water mixture is accompanied by heavy gradients pressure at relatively low filtration rates.

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