Improving Oil-Rate Estimate in Capacitance/Resistance Modeling Using the Y-Function Method for Reservoirs Under Waterflood

2019-08-01
Temizel, Cenk
Artun, Emre
Yang, Zhengming
Capacitance/resistance modeling (CRM) is an empirical waterflood modeling technique based on the signal correlations between injection rates and gross production rates. CRM can satisfactorily estimate the gross (liquid) production rate. The oil-production-rate forecast is based on fitting the empirical oil fractional-flow model, the Leverett (1941) oil fractional-flow model, or the Koval (1963) model to the historical production data. We observed that the oil-production-rate forecast in this approach is less satisfactory.

Citation Formats
C. Temizel, E. Artun, and Z. Yang, “Improving Oil-Rate Estimate in Capacitance/Resistance Modeling Using the Y-Function Method for Reservoirs Under Waterflood,” SPE RESERVOIR EVALUATION & ENGINEERING, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 1161–1171, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66875.