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Emergent approach to managing development process of hydrocarbon deposits
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Tulparhan S. SALAVATOV was born in 1950. He graduated from the Azerbaijan Institute of Oil and Chemistry in 1972. He is Head of the Department of Development and Exploitation of Oil Fields of the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy (ASOA), author 167 scientific papers on the development of oil fields. E-mail: azizmamedov00@gmail.com
Rafael B. MAМЕDZADE was born in 1942. He graduated from the Azerbaijan Institute of Oil and Chemistry in 1967. He is Associate Professor of the Department of Development and Exploitation of Oil of the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy (ASOA). He is author of over 100 scientific papers in the area of secondary recovery methods. E-mail: azizmamedov00@gmail.com
Aziz Veli oglu MAMEDOV was born in 1950 He graduated from the Azerbaijan Institute of Oil and Chemistry in 1972 He is Associate Professor of the Department of Development and Exploitation of Oil Fields of the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy(ASOA). He is author of over 100 scientific papers in the field of oil fields development modeling. E-mail: azizmamedov00@gmail.com

Abstract: The paper offers new principles of approach to the development of oil fields, considered as a complex dynamic system, the analysis, diagnosis, prognosis and management of which are based on a multidisciplinary approach of the theory of large systems. The the principle of «composition and decomposition is crucial here». In accordance with the principle of the integrity of the process of development of the field can be described using the models of macro and micro levels. The necessity of taking into account the interaction of the effects of low temperature and pressure, as well as of various gas-hydrodynamic phenomena occurring in the reservoir system, which result in the development of synergistic effects is shown. Combining the approaches of synergetics and the theory of fractals allows to solve the pressing problems of establishing the relationship between micro- and macro-characteristics of the development processes. It is proposed to consider an oil reservoir as an open dissipative system, capable of self-organization. A self-organizing reservoir in many cases is able to adjust to a rational mode at relatively low material and energy costs.

Index UDK: 553.98.001

Keywords: development, hydrocarbon deposits, field, «well-reservoir» dynamics, emergence, self-organization, decision making, management

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