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Predictive assessment of the fluid loss properties of thin-layer reservoirs of Vikulovskaya series based on the results of core and well logs

T.G. Isakova, T.F. Dyakonova, A.D. Nosikova, G.A. Kalmykov, A.V. Akinshin, V.M. Yatsenko

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DOI https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2021.2.17

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The aim of the work is to predict the filtration capacity of reservoirs based on core and well logs data at the stage of petrophysical study of rocks before the start of active development of the object.

All the results were obtained from the data of porometric characteristics of rocks on the example of the vikulovskaya series’s deposits of the Krasnoleninsky arch. The patterns of changes in pore sizes and their contribution to the total filtration depending on the lithophysical type of the rock were established on the core plug. A classification of rocks by pore radii is proposed, and a method for assessing the filtration capacity of reservoirs based on well logs data is developed, with the calculation of the share of each layer in the planned perforation interval
 

Vikulovskaya series, fluid loss properties, pore radius, lithotype, fluid expulsion

 

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Tatyana G. Isakova
National Intellectual Development Foundation
27, build. 1, Lomonosovsky ave., Moscow, 119192, Russian Federation
E-mail: t.isakova@oilmsu.ru

Tatyana F. Diakonova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
1, Leninskie gory, Moscow, 119234, Russian Federation

Alena D. Nosikova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
1, Leninskie gory, Moscow, 119234, Russian Federation

Georgy A. Kalmykov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
1, Leninskie gory, Moscow, 119234, Russian Federation

Alexander V. Akinshin
Tyumen Oil Research Center LLC
42, Maxim Gorky str., Tyumen, 625048, Russian Federation

Vladislav M. Yatsenko
Rosneft PJSC
26/1, Sofiyskaya bank., Moscow, 115035, Russian Federation

 

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Isakova T.G., Dyakonova T.F., Nosikova A.D., Kalmykov G.A., Akinshin A.V., Yatsenko V.M. (2021). Predictive assessment of the fluid loss properties of thin-layer reservoirs of Vikulovskaya series based on the results of core and well logs. Georesursy = Georesources, 23(2), pp. 170–178. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2021.2.17