Development of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128161326

Development of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs

1st Edition

The Theory, Key Technologies and Practice of Hydrocarbon Development

Authors: Qiquan Ran Dong Ren Yongjun Wang
Paperback ISBN: 9780128161326
Imprint: Gulf Professional Publishing
Published Date: 1st August 2018
Page Count: 601
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Description

Development of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs: The Theory, Key Technologies and Practice of Hydrocarbon Development introduces the geological and dynamic characteristics of development in volcanic gas reservoirs, using examples drawn from the practical experience in China of honing volcanic gas reservoir development. The book gives guidance on how to effectively develop volcanic gas reservoirs and similar complex types of gas reservoir. It introduces basic theories, key technologies and uses practical examples. It is the first book to systematically cover the theories and key technologies of volcanic gas reservoir development.

As volcanic gas reservoirs constitute a new research area, the distribution and rules for development still being studied. Difficulties in well deployment and supportive development technology engender further challenges to development. However, in the past decade, research and development in the Songliao and Junggar Basins has led to marked achievements in volcanic gas reservoir development.

Key Features

  • Introduces the theory, key technologies and practice of volcanic gas reservoir development
  • Provides links between theory and practice, highlighting key technologies for targeted development
  • Offers guidance on complex issues in volcanic gas reservoir development
  • Presents practical evidence from effective development and exploitation of gas reservoirs

Readership

Technical experts in the field of oil and gas development; researchers and postgraduate students in oil and gas; scientific and technical specialists in hydrocarbon exploration

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Overview
1.1 Volcanic gas reservoirs Development before the 21st century
1.2 Geologic features and development difficulties of volcanic gas reservoirs
1.2.1 Geologic features of volcanic gas reservoirs
1.2.2 Development features of volcanic gas reservoirs
1.2.3 Challenges in volcanic gas reservoirs development
1.3 Theories and key techniques for volcanic gas reservoirs Development
1.3.1 Major theories of volcanic gas reservoirs Development
1.3.2 Key techniques for volcanic gas reservoirs development
1.4 Prospect of volcanic gas reservoirs Development
References
Chapter 2
Building Structures and Sequences of Volcanic Rock
2.1 Building structures of volcanic rock
2.1.1 Building structures concept and sequences division of volcanic rock
2.1.2 Formation of volcanic rock
2.1.3 Volcanic apparatus
2.1.4 Volcanic massif
2.1.5 Volcanic phase
2.1.6 Reservoir-permeator units of volcanic rock
2.2  Stratigraphic sequences of volcanic rock
2.2.1 Stratigraphic sequences concept and sequences division of volcanic rock
2.2.2 Volcanic eruption cycle
2.2.3 Volcanic eruption period
2.2.4 Volcanic eruption rhythm
2.2.5 Cooling unit
2.3 Sequence correlation and strata series division of volcanic rock
2.3.1 Sequence correlation method of volcanic rock
2.3.2 Strata series division of volcanic rock
References
Chapter 3
Patterns of Volcanic Reservoirs
3.1 Types and patterns concept of volcanic reservoirs
3.1.1 Concept and features of volcanic rock reservoirs
3.1.2 Types and characteristic of volcanic rock reservoirs
3.1.3 Patterns concept of volcanic rock reservoirs
3.2 Evolution patterns of volcanic reservoirs
3.2.1 Primary interstice formation mechanism 
3.2.2 Primary interstice loss mechanism
3.2.3 Secondary interstice formation mechanism
3.2.4 Preservation mechanism of volcanic rock interstice
3.2.5 Diagenetic evolution patterns with different type of reservoir
3.3 Distribution patterns of volcanic reservoir
3.3.1 Space distribution patterns of volcanic reservoir
3.3.2 Volcanic reservoir continuity
3.3.3 Volcanic reservoir communication
3.4 Storage and Flow Patterns of Volcanic Reservoirs
3.4.1 Volcanic reservoir space
3.4.2 Flow channel of volcanic reservoir
3.4.3 Storage and flow patterns of volcanic reservoirs
3.5 Characteristics of effective volcanic reservoirs
3.5.1 Concept and evaluation of effective volcanic reservoirs
3.5.2 Lower limit of effective volcanic gas reservoirs
3.5.3 Classified evaluation of effective volcanic reservoirs
References
Chapter 4
Characteristics and Models of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs
4.1 Classifications and Characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.1.1 Genetic classifications and characteristics of reservoir
4.1.2 Classifications and Characteristics of trap type
4.1.3 Classifications and Characteristics of reservoir quality
4.1.4 Classifications and characteristics of fluid property
4.2 Structural characteristics and models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.2.1 Structural characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.2.2 Structural models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.3 Internal structural characteristics and framework models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.3.1Internal structural Characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.3.2 Framework models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.4 Storage and flow characteristics and attribute models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.4.1 Storage and flow characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.4.2 Attribute models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.5 Gas-water distribution and fluid models of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.5.1 Gas-water distribution pattern and characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.5.2 Fluid composition and distribution of volcanic gas reservoirs
4.6 Application of volcanic gas reservoir models
References
Chapter 5
Percolation Mechanism and Development Law of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs
5.1 Microscopic mobility characteristics of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.1.1 Throat radius lower limit of fluid flow in volcanic gas reservoirs
5.1.2 Effective pore volume of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.1.3 Mobile fluid volume of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.2Non-linear percolation mechanism of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.2.1 Flow pattern and percolation mechanism in Different pores medium of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.2.2 Pressure sensitive characteristics and the influence on fluid flow in porous medium
5.2.3 Gas supply and exhaust mechanism in multiple medium
5.3Development law of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.3.1 Gas well production performance of volcanic gas reservoirs
5.3.2Variation of Well control dynamic reserves in volcanic gas reservoirs
5.3.3 Variation of water production in volcanic gas reservoirs
References
Chapter 6
Development Performance Description and Prediction Model of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs
6.1 Percolation mechanism and basic mathematical model of volcanic gas reservoirs
6.1.1 Mathematical model in non-Darcy flow with high speed
6.1.2 Mathematical model in non-Darcy flow with low speed
6.1.3 Mathematical model in stress sensitivity effect
6.2 Dynamic description models and methods in volcanic gas reservoirs
6.2.1 Dynamic description models in volcanic gas reservoirs
6.2.2 Solutions of dynamic description models in volcanic gas reservoirs
6.3 Models and methods for productivity prediction in volcanic gas reservoirs
6.4 Models and methods for numerical modelling of developing in volcanic gas reservoirs
References
Chapter 7
Development Techniques for Volcanic Gas Reservoirs
7.1 Techniques for effective reservoir prediction and well location optimization
7.1.1 Techniques for effective reservoir recognition in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.1.2 Techniques for effective reservoir prediction in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.1.3 Techniques for well location optimization in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.2 Techniques for increasing single well production in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.2.1 Techniques for increasing single well production for horizontal wells
7.2.2 Techniques for increasing single well production by fracturing treatment
7.3 Techniques for evaluating productivity and optimizing production allocation in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.3.1 Techniques for productivity evaluation in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.3.2 Techniques for productivity prediction in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.3.3 Techniques for optimizing production allocation in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.4 Techniques for dynamic description of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.4.1 Dynamic description techniques for reservoir parameters of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.4.2 Dynamic reserves evaluation techniques for gas well in volcanic gas reservoirs
7.5 Techniques for numerical modelling of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.5.1 Numerical modelling of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.5.2 History matching of production performance
7.5.3 Development mechanism analysis
7.5.4 Production techniques and strategies optimization
7.5.5 Development performance modelling and index prediction
7.6 Development patterns and techniques for optimizing technical policies of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.6.1 Development patterns of volcanic gas reservoirs
7.6.2 Techniques for optimizing technical policies of development in volcanic gas reservoirs
References
Chapter 8
Development Practices of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs
8.1 Types and development procedures of volcanic gas reservoirs
8.1.1 Types of volcanic gas reservoirs
8.1.2 Development procedures of volcanic gas reservoirs in China
8.2 Development of CC/YT volcanic gas fields
8.2.1 Efficient development of CC volcanic gas reservoirs
8.2.2 Development of YT tight gas field in volcanic gas reservoirs
8.3 Development of SS/XXvolcanic gas fields
8.3.1 Efficient development of SS2-1 volcanic gas reservoirs
8.3.2 Inefficient development of XX1 volcanic gas reservoirs
8.4 Development of DD volcanic gas fields
8.4.1 Efficient development of DD18 volcanic gas reservoirs
8.4.2 Efficient development of DD14 volcanic gas reservoirs
8.5 Development of volcanic gas fields in Japan
8.5.1 Development of Yoshii-Kashiwazaki gas field in volcanic gas reservoirs
8.5.2 Development of Nan Chang Gang gas filed in volcanic gas reservoirs

Details

No. of pages:
601
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Gulf Professional Publishing 2018
Published:
Imprint:
Gulf Professional Publishing
Paperback ISBN:
9780128161326

About the Author

Qiquan Ran

Qiquan Ran is Professor and Director of the National Energy Tight Oil and Gas Research and Development Centre of the Research Institute for Petroleum Exploration and Development (RIPED), in China. He has significant experience in oil and gas field development technology research, and oilfield development programing. His research focuses on development geology, reservoir engineering and development program optimization, and research and development in complex gas reservoirs, low permeability reservoirs, complex lithology reservoirs, and heavy oil reservoirs. He is a leader of national programs in oil and gas research: including chief scientist of the prestigious 863 program, and project manager for the 973 program. He has completed over 50 significant research projects, and published three monographs.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor and Director, National Energy Tight Oil and Gas Research and Development Centre of the Research Institute for Petroleum Exploration and Development (RIPED), China

Dong Ren

Engineer at PetroChina

Affiliations and Expertise

Engineer at PetroChina, Beijing, China

Yongjun Wang

Yongjun, Senior Well Logging Engineer at PetroChina

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Well Logging Engineer, PetroChina

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