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High Oil Recovery using Traditional Water-flooding under Compliance of the Planned Development Mode

Sudad H. Al-Obaidi

Abstract


The dynamics and performance of major oil deposits in late (final) stage of development of large oil fields are given the current rates of oil recovery. The high oil recoveries are resulted as a consequence of the favorable geological and physical characteristics of the development objects, application of development systems and optimal density well spacing, adequate geological structure, maintain during the process of the development the optimal rates of technological development, the modes of operation of wells and a project of the fund of production wells, continuous improvement of the project systems taking into account the dynamics of the reserves development and the clarification of the geological structure.

 

 

Keywords: Average project oil recovery, oil recovery, recovery factor, well spacing, EOR

 

Cite this Article

Sudad H. Al-Obaidi. High oil recovery using traditional water-flooding under compliance of the planned development mode. Journal of Petroleum Engineering and Technology. 2016; 6(2): 48–53p. 


Keywords


average project oil recovery, oil recovery, recovery factor, well spacing, EOR .

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