261522445 Part 7 Production UTM

 261522445 Chapter 7 Creation UTM Composition

Fundamentals Of Petroleum Executive

SKPP 1313

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PRODUCTION

Mohd Fauzi Hamid

Department of Petroleum Anatomist

Faculty of Petroleum & Renewable Anatomist

Universiti Technologi Malaysia

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COURSE CONTENTS

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Intro

Flowing Bore holes

Artificial Lift up

Oil Dealing with

Storage and Sale of Oil

Salt Normal water Disposal

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Introduction

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The availability stage is the central stage of a well's life, if the oil and gas are produced.

By now, the essential oil rigs accustomed to drill and the well have moved off the wellbore, and the top is usually equipped with a assortment of valves called a Christmas forest or

Development trees.

These kinds of valves control pressures, control flows, and enable

access to the wellbore in the event further achievement work is

needed.

From your outlet control device of the production tree, the flow may be connected to a distribution network of pipelines and storage containers to supply the merchandise to refineries, natural gas converter

stations, or oil foreign trade terminals.

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Introduction (ctd)

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Provided that the pressure in the tank remains high enough, the production shrub is all that is required to produce the well.

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If the pressure depletes in fact it is considered financially

viable, a great artificial lift method can be employed.

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Introduction (ctd)

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Introduction (ctd)

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Moving Wells

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Thought as any well which has

satisfactory pressure in the

reservoir to cause the oil or gas

to flow normally to the surface area

through the wellbore.

A well which usually produces essential oil or gas

without any way of artificial

lift.

They require fairly little

products or price to bring

the oil to the surface.

The device commonly used

involves tubing, wellhead and

x-mas tree.

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Artificial Lift

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Artificial lift is actually a technique used to get oil from the

reservoir for the surface because of decreasing reservoir

pressure.

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Generally this can be achieved by the use of a mechanical device within the well (known as pump or velocity string) or perhaps by

lessening the fat of the hydrostatic column by

injecting gas into the liquefied some distance down the well.

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Manufactured lift is necessary in water wells when there may be insufficient pressure in the water tank to lift the created fluids towards the surface.

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Artificial Lift up (ctd)

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It also frequently used in naturally flowing bore holes (which usually do not

technically want it) to enhance the circulation rate previously mentioned what

would flow the natural way.

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You will discover currently several common strategies of artificial lift up:

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Beam moving

Submersible moving

Gas lift up

Hydraulic water removal

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Man-made Lift -- Beam Water removal

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The pump is designed to be injected

inside the tubes of a very well and its main

purpose is usually to gather fluids from

below it and lift those to the surface.

The most important components are:

the barrel or clip, valves (traveling and fixed)

and the appui.

The pump is coupled to the

pumping unit at the surface by a chain

of sucker rods.

Sucker rods will be stroked down and up

in the tubing, activating the pump for

the bottom.

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