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Factory-like Optimum Drilling Design of Cluster Well in Jimsar Well Block
1 Engineering and Technology Research Institute of Xinjiang Oil Field Co, Karamay 834000, China
2 National Engineering Laboratory of Petroleum Drilling Technology, Leak Resistance & Sealing Technology Research Department, Yangtze University, Wuhan 430100, China
a Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deep heavy oil reservoir of Jimsar well block, which located in Xinjiang oilfield, was developed by cluster well in 2016. In view of the ground environment, long open hole section and poor wellbore stability, the scheme which based on the research of factory-like wellsite platform deployment, well trajectory design and reservoir protection, was designed and carried out in the block. Firstly, the platform was divided into different control regions according to the anti-collision requirement. Secondly, truck-mounted drilling rig and civil power were applied to the factory-like drilling. Thirdly, well track was designed to be three parts: straight, increase and steady. The design can improve the proportion of composite drilling footage. Fourthly, the method of plane scanning and normal surface scanning was adopted to ensure the safety of downhole trajectory. Finally, the natural polymer drilling fluid system and drilling fluid reuse system were used to protect environment and reduce drilling cost. The results show that the maximum reducing time of single drill rig is 32.5 day, and the penetration rate of whole platform is increasing continuously.
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