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A Research of Perforation Plan-decision Based on Grey Cluster Relation

Xue Jijun *

Keywords : Perforating Operation, Grey Cluster Relation, Perforation Plan-decision

Citation Information : International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls. VOLUME 3 , ISSUE 1 , ISSN (Online) 2470-8038, DOI: 10.21307/ijanmc-2018-014, May 2018 © 2018.

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Published Online: 07-May-2018

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ABSTRACT

Perforation completion in oil and gas wells is the most important way of completion engineering, the optimization of perforation completion’s designing is influenced by a variety of factors. In order to get the ideal effect of perforation operation, in this paper, a Perforation plan-decision based on Grey Cluster Relation is putted forward. It aims to provide a scientific guidance for the Perforation. The simulation experimental results show that new models are effective, which offer one kind of science decision-making foundation for petroleum Perforation.

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I. INTRODUCTION

Perforated well completion As the most extensive and major method of the well’s completion, the reasonable selection of parameters for the program has great meaning of improving efficiency and reducing costs[1][2]. By establishing a quantitative regression model to study the relationship between the parameters of the perforation and the production ratio, this algorithm can also analysis how different factors (perforation elasticity, perforation penetration, shot density, perforation diameter, perforation phase angle) act on the production ratio and casing strength coefficient. It provides a reliable theoretical basis for the perforation parameter optimization, and gives different perforation completion optimization schemes [3].

Due to the mutual restriction of different parameters, the current subjective decision-making for perforation program can’t make all the factors to achieve the best at the same time. In order to solve the above problems and reduce the subjective influence of the decision maker, maximize the productivity ratio[4], a Perforation Plan-decision Based on Grey Cluster Relations proposed[5-7].

II. PERFORATION PLAN-DECISION BASED ON GREY CLUSTER RELATION

Perforation optimization needs to confirm a solution to maximize the production capacity. This solution depends on many factors and the main influencing factors are hole depth, pore size, pore density, phase angle, formation heterogeneity, drilling pollution degree and depth, perforation compaction thickness and degree. All these factors are acting on the decision-making of the solution on the same time.

Perforation Plan-decision based on Grey Cluster has made the model of perforation parameters and the oil well productivity. Gray parameters are clustered in the parameters of the perforation scheme, and the evaluation function is established to design the optimal scheme [8-10].

A. Building of model

First simulating and calculating the productivity ratio of oil and gas, then making a non-linear regression analysis, According to whether perforation penetration penetrate the drilling zone or not, an equation can be established, it indicates the relationship between perforating parameters and capacity.

  • 1) The regression equation when the perforation penetration does not penetrate the drilling zone:

    (1)
    PR=0.000156Yh20.000452Wh+0.000000205Wh2+0.319Kzr0.0009512rw+0.000296Kj20.25+0.00148Ks0.00000123Ks2+0.00958Km0.0000998Km20.00467Xlg(Kzr)+0.0178Kj0.000296Kj2+0.00195Xw0.00001Xx22*0.000828Xw*lg(kzr)+0.3488Yc0.1745Yc2+0.69c0.35wc20.00778Yh

  • 2) The regression equation that perforation penetration has penetrated the contaminated zone of drilling:

    (2)
    PR=0.25+0.00191Ks0.00000136Ks2+0.01665Km0.000173Km20.00856Km2lg(Kzr)+0.0201Kj0.000335Kj2+0.00211Xw0.0000108Xw20.001774Xwlg(Kzr)+0.51g(Kzr)+0.512Yc0.253Yc2+0.3315Wc0.168Wc20.00963Yh+0.000193Yh20.000841Wh+0.000000714Wh2+0.406Kzr0.135zr20.0009736rw+0.00000243rw2

The quantitative relationships between parameters (perforation penetration KS, perforation aperture Kj, perforation phase Xw, perforation compaction degree Yc, perforation compaction thickness Yh, drilling damage thickness Wh, drilling pollution degree Wc, shot density Km, borehole radius rw, formation permeability Kzr) and the oil production ratio PR is the basis for the optimization of perforating parameters.

B. Perforation program base on Grey Cluster Relation

The main factors in the decision-making of the perforation plan are six factors: perforation ratio, perforation phase angle, shot density, perforation penetration, perforation diameter and casing strength decreasing coefficient, which are expressed by attributes x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x6 respectively. Initial feature object matrix D is made like this:

(3)
D=(x11x12x13x1nx21x22x23x2nx31x32x33x3nx41x42x43x4nx51x52x53x5nx61x62x63x6n)

In the formula, xij represents j th attribute of the ith scheme; in the j scheme x1j represents the productivity ratio, x2j is the phase angle, x3j is the perforation diameter, x4j is the hole depth, x5j is the aperture, and x6j is the casing strength reduction coefficient. There are n scheme and 6 attributes.

As the different dimensions will have an impact on decision-making, so the formula (4) - (6) are used to D for normalization.

The normalization of attribute data based on the different effects caused by different attributes, the formula (4) shows the method to normalize production ratio, which called upper limit method. Inherent properties such perforation phase angle, shot density, perforation penetration, perforation diameter are concluded by extreme conversion method, shown as formula (5). Casing strength decreasing coefficient, as a cost-type attribute, calculated by the lower limit method, shown as formula (6).

(4)
r1j=x1jmax(x1j)
(5)
rij=xijmax(xij)min(xij)
(6)
r6j=x6jmin(x6j)

In the formula, 2 ≤ i ≤ 5, jn, the normalized decision matrix can be calculated: R = (rij)6 × n.

The Grey Clustering analysis is used to classify the attributes and the similar factors can be classified and simplified.

  • 1) Initialize processing:

    (7)
    rij=rijri12i5, jn

  • 2) Calculate the gray absolute correlation degree εik of any two parameter index data Ri and Rk sequence (1 ≤ k, 1 ≤ i ≤ 6, jn):

    (8)
    {|Si|=|j=2n1rij+0.5*rin||SkSi|=|j=2n1(rkjrij)rij+0.5*(rknrin)|εik=1+|Si|+|Sk|1+|Si|+|Sk|+|SiSk|

  • 3) Establishing attribute correlative sequence matrix according to the above gray absolute correlation degree:

    (9)
    ε=[1ε12ε13ε14ε15ε161ε23ε24ε25ε261ε34ε35ε361ε45ε461ε561]

    The critical value r ∈ (0, 1), in pursuit of accuracy the value of r is higher than 0.5, the higher the r value, the more accurate the classification is, and the accurate value of r is determined by actual data, the Ri and Rk classified as similar attributes; when εij ≥ r.

  • 4) Several attributes can be merged by the calculation above, and an attribute can be chosen to instead of other similar attributes.

    A new feature matrix D’ and new normalization matrix R′ = (rij)m × n is established according to the Grey Clustering analysis, where m is the number of attributes and n is the number of schemes.

  • 5) Computing information entropy E, and weight ωi(1 ≤ im, jn):

    (10)
    {Ei=1ln(n)j=1nr''ijln(r''ij)r''ij=r'ijj=1mr'ij

    In particular, when rij''=0, let rij''ln(rij'')=0.

    (11)
    ωi=1Eii=1m(1Ei)       1im

    And 0 ≤ ωi ≤ 1, ω1 + ω2 + … ωm = 1, 1 ≤ m ≤ 6.

Establish an evaluation function Zk:

(12)
Zk=i=1mωirik',1im,1kn

When the evaluation function value Z(Rk) is larger, the corresponding scheme is better. The program has the largest value of Z(k) is chosen as the final construction program.

III. SIMULATION EXPERIMENT

White XX well in Chang-qing Oilfield, the reservoir depth of middle layer is 1 884.5m, the total thickness is 9.5 m, the thickness of the perforated zone is 3.0 m, the porosity is 13.41%, reservoir drainage radius is 200m, well-bore radius is 0.111 m, the pressure of formation is 13.073 MPa, the crude oil saturation pressure is 9.86 MPa, drilling pollution depth is 69.5mm, the drilling pollution degree is 0.6. The casing strength is 47.8MPa, reservoir heterogeneity is 0.7 (vertical permeability / horizontal permeability), the water saturation is 30.21%, rock Poisson’s ratio is 0.5, the inclination is 5º, the oil viscosity is 1.03 MPa.S, the perforation optimization scheme is shown as Table 1.

TABLE I.

PERFORATION TABLE OF WHITE XX

10.21307_ijanmc-2018-014-tbl1.jpg

The initial feature matrix D = (Xij)6 × 24 can be constructed from the data in Table 1 and the results are shown in Table 2.

TABLE II.

ESTABLISH THE INITIAL FEATURE MATRIX D

10.21307_ijanmc-2018-014-tbl2.jpg

The feature object matrix R = (rij)6 × 24 is established by the above equation (4) - (6) and the initial feature matrix D, is shown as table 3. The index data association matrix is established by the above equations (7) and (8):

ε=[10.99530.94990.99370.99370.997610.58410.85710.85710.917610.77470.77470.9602110.969610.96961]

TABLE III.

ESTABLISHMENT OF FEATURE OBJECT MATRIX R

10.21307_ijanmc-2018-014-tbl3.jpg

According to the correlation degree matrix, take the critical value r = 0.8, R2, R4 and R5 can be regarded as same class, then take R2 represent this class. Then the influencing attributes of perforation program are adjusted to: productivity ratio R1, perforation phase angle R2, shot density R3, casing strength decreasing coefficient R6. Establishing new normalization matrix R’=(rij)4 ×24, shown as table 4.

TABLE IV.

DEALS WITH THE FEATURE MATRIX BY GREY CLUSTER RELATION R’

10.21307_ijanmc-2018-014-tbl4.jpg

The attribute weight vectors ω =(0.0036,0.2826, 0.2797,0.4340) are calculated according to formulas (10) and (11).

Then the evaluation function Z is established according to (12): Z={2.2090,2.2348,2.4716,2.1051,2.2282,2.0103,2.2211,2.0032,2.1068,2.0288,1.6710,2.0375,1.8364,1.8451,1.6 527,1.7238,1.5569,1.4562,1.2894,1.3900,1.1225,1.2519,1.1105,0.9437}. The optimal scheme is A3 because the Z value of scenario A3 is the largest. It means under the existing formation conditions, the best perforation program is: perforation bullet SYD127-1, phase angle 120º, hole density 32m, wearing depth 328.68mm, aperture 10.68mm.

IV. CONCLUSION

In this paper, a Perforation plan-decision based on Grey Cluster Relation is putted forward. This method can be widely used to predict the productivity of wells under different perforation conditions, determine the perforating efficiency of perforated bombs, and study how different factors (the perforation elasticity, perforation penetration, shot density, perforation diameter, perforation phase angle) impose influence to productivity ratio, and casing strength decreasing coefficient. According to the pending reservoir, it also let the oil production capacity to achieve the higher perforation operating parameters and process of excellent combination. It also saves a lot of manpower, materials and time cost, and provide the theoretical basis for the design of completion perforation construction.

References


  1. Deng Guang-Yong. Application of Optimized Perforation Technology in Oilfield Production[J]. New Technology & New Products of China, 2015(17):90–90.
  2. Tian Xin-Ru. Influence of Optimization Design of Perforation Scheme on Oil and Gas Well Productivity[J]. China Petroleum and Chemical Standard and Quality, 2017, 37(3):22–23.
  3. Cuan Ying, Wang Li-Fan. Selection of Perforation Plan Based on MOPSO and TOPSIS Decision Making[J]. Science Technology and Engineering, 2013, 13(25):7302–7306.
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    [CROSSREF]
  6. Gong Y C, Ren Z Y, Fei D, et al. Grey relation-projection pursuit dynamic cluster method for multiattribute decision making assessment with trapezoidal intuitionistic fuzzy numbers[J]. Control & Decision, 2015.
  7. Xiao-Jing L I, Liu L J. Comprehensive Quality Evaluation of Intersections Based on Grey Relation Degree Clustering[J]. Journal of Shandong Jiaotong University, 2013.
  8. Guo San-Dang, Wang Ling-Ling, Liu Si-Fen et al. Grey Cluster Analysis Base on the Biggest Relational Grades[J]. Mathematics in Practice and Theory, 2013, 43(6):195–201.
  9. Li Xue-Mei; Dang Yao-Guo; Wang Jun-Jie. Grey relational clustering model for panel data clustering on indicators and its application[J]. Control and Decision, 2015, 30(8):1447–1452.
  10. Li Xue-Mei. Grey multivariable modeling and its application[D]. Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics The Graduate School College of Information Science and Technology, 2015.
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TABLE I.

PERFORATION TABLE OF WHITE XX

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TABLE II.

ESTABLISH THE INITIAL FEATURE MATRIX D

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TABLE III.

ESTABLISHMENT OF FEATURE OBJECT MATRIX R

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TABLE IV.

DEALS WITH THE FEATURE MATRIX BY GREY CLUSTER RELATION R’

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REFERENCES

  1. Deng Guang-Yong. Application of Optimized Perforation Technology in Oilfield Production[J]. New Technology & New Products of China, 2015(17):90–90.
  2. Tian Xin-Ru. Influence of Optimization Design of Perforation Scheme on Oil and Gas Well Productivity[J]. China Petroleum and Chemical Standard and Quality, 2017, 37(3):22–23.
  3. Cuan Ying, Wang Li-Fan. Selection of Perforation Plan Based on MOPSO and TOPSIS Decision Making[J]. Science Technology and Engineering, 2013, 13(25):7302–7306.
  4. Wang Zhong. The Application of Fuzzy Multiple Attribute Decision Making to Optimization of perforated completion[D]. Xi’an Shiyou University, 2008.
  5. Chou J R. Kansei Clustering Using Fuzzy and Grey Relation Algorithms[J]. Journal of Interdisciplinary Mathematics, 2015, 18(6):719–735.
    [CROSSREF]
  6. Gong Y C, Ren Z Y, Fei D, et al. Grey relation-projection pursuit dynamic cluster method for multiattribute decision making assessment with trapezoidal intuitionistic fuzzy numbers[J]. Control & Decision, 2015.
  7. Xiao-Jing L I, Liu L J. Comprehensive Quality Evaluation of Intersections Based on Grey Relation Degree Clustering[J]. Journal of Shandong Jiaotong University, 2013.
  8. Guo San-Dang, Wang Ling-Ling, Liu Si-Fen et al. Grey Cluster Analysis Base on the Biggest Relational Grades[J]. Mathematics in Practice and Theory, 2013, 43(6):195–201.
  9. Li Xue-Mei; Dang Yao-Guo; Wang Jun-Jie. Grey relational clustering model for panel data clustering on indicators and its application[J]. Control and Decision, 2015, 30(8):1447–1452.
  10. Li Xue-Mei. Grey multivariable modeling and its application[D]. Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics The Graduate School College of Information Science and Technology, 2015.

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