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7, which indicate that the well productivity is reduced in both oil and water invasion cases due to the liquid phase trapping that can not be removed by gas production. However, the well productivity is more sensitive to water invasion damage than invasion of oil, and in the case of oil invasion, the damaging effect is significantly less than water invasion. 6 Water Blocking Damage in Hydraulically Fractured Wells Hydraulic fractures are introduced to the reservoir scale simulation model by defining high permeability planes perpendicular to the wellbore.
11, which indicate a significant reduction in cumulative gas production in the case that the natural fractures are damaged (well productivity close to a non-fractured reservoir). 2 Effect of Wellbore Related Parameters on Well Productivity The simulation models are built based on the available field data from the West Australian tight gas reservoir to understand how different parameters affect well productivity in tight gas reservoirs. 1 Hydraulic Fractures Hydraulic fractures may propagate differently in tight formations depending on wellbore direction and stress anisotropy [1, 2].
Brazilian Stone Meteorites by Celso B. Gomes, Klaus Keil