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Integrated experimental approach to determining parameters of penetration and trapping of mud components and related changes in reservoir rock permeability.
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Dmitry N. MIKHAILOV graduated from the Physics Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1997. He is Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, senior researcher of the “Schlumberger” Moscow Scientific  Research Center. He is author of more than 40 scientific publications in the field of multiphase flow in porous media, acoustics of porous media, theory of hydrofracturing, electrokinetic effects. E-mail: DMikhailov2@exchange.slb.com
Nikita I. RYZHIKOV graduated from Moscow Physical and Technical Institute in 2011. He is in his third year of postgraduate studies at Moscow Physical and Technical Institute and researcher at the Moscow Research Center of “Schlumberger”. E-mail: nryzhikov@slb.com
Valery V. SHAKO graduated from Moscow Physical and Technical Institute from in 1982. He is Head of the R&D Department at the “Schlumberger” Moscow Scientific  Research Center. He is specialist in the field of numerical simulation and experimental studies of hydrodynamics and heat transfer in petroleum reservoirs and wells, author of more than 30 scientific publications. E-mail: vshako@slb.com

Abstract: Changing the properties of the near-wellbore formation zone under the influence of peneratng mud components or other process fluids have a significant impact on the subsequent opertion of the well, formation testers data and geophysical instruments. Laboratory filtration experiments with mud can only measure the integral hydraulic resistance of the core sample, which is insufficient for understanding the mechanism of the formation damage. This work is aimed at developing methods to obtain additional data on the process of core contamination with mud components. The paper presents methods for constructing profiles of captured components in porous media using X-ray microcomputed tomography, analyzing pictures of broken core and acoustic profiling of contaminated samples of porous medium. A method for estimating the concentration of the polymer in a liquid filtered through the sample by measuring its rheological properties is proposed. The components capture in the porous medium are evaluated using analytical solutions for the profile of the captured components coefficients.

Index UDK: 532.546

Keywords: porous medium, transport of hard particles, mud

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