Figure 1: Reservoir section showing overall performance for run 1, 2 and 3.
In this case study, the effect of
Further details can be found in SPE Paper 194338
The dots in Figure 2 indicate all the stages that were stimulated. From the chart, we can observe and accurately calculate using the Nowak method what each of the clusters took regarding stimulation. In this
Figure 2: Thermal modeling using PLATO
Figure 3 - Qualitative modeling of well using acoustic data
To further confirm what was observed in the thermal modeling, a qualitative model using acoustic data was overlaid with high correlation present. The match further indicated that the new clusters contributed a larger proportion of the new production and outputted a higher intensity in sound ranking them as stronger producing zones then the older fractured zones.