TITLE

A Review of Geothermal Type-Curves with Damage Effect: A Case of Practical Apply to a Mexican Geothermal Field

AUTHOR(S)
López-Blanco, Siomara; Aragón-Aguilar, Alfonso; Arellano-Gómez, Víctor; Izquierdo-Montalvo, Georgina; Santoyo-Gutiérrez, Sócrates; Hernández-Ochoa, Abel
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
International Journal of Geosciences;Jul2012, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p591
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A review of the art state was developed about the inflow relationships and their application for reservoir characterization. The theoretical development of the methodology for determining the damage effect using type-curves of the inflow relationships was shown. We show the process followed for achieve the geothermal type-curve affected with damage for reservoirs with mean salinities of 30,000 ppm and temperatures up to 350°C. This type-curve was applied using measurement production data in a Mexican geothermal field. According with the obtained results is shown that the methodology for determining the damage effect using production measurements is a sure alternative for the damage effect calculation. It was used an alternative methodology in order to validate the damage presence and the obtained results were consistent. Last thing shows that both methodologies can be combined as a confident manner.
ACCESSION #
80535016

 

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