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|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Challenges in Mining, Mineral Processing, Surveying and Civil Engineering|
|Published online||20 July 2021|
Improving the productivity of gas wells by stimulating “tight” formations - perspectives for continuation of exploitation in Transylvania basin
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Sibiu, Str. Emil Cioran, no.4, Romania
2 Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti, Doctoral School, Ploiesti, Blvd. Bucharest, no.39, Romania
3 Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti, Faculty of Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Ploiesti, Blvd. Bucharest, no.39, Romania
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The current circumstances of exploitation of natural gas fields in the Transylvanian basin under the rehabilitation concept which aims to maximize the productivity of wells and implicitly increase recovery factors, justifies the assessment of new perspectives for further exploitation of Badenian formations, in which gas accumulations are classified as being tight gas reservoirs types. The concept of stimulating productivity using high pressures in the Transylvanian basin has remained under the significance of the research, therefore it is appropriate to resume analysis of identifying new production technology by integrating new geological data acquired and other geophysical investigations. The current paper presents through a case study the process of identifying a candidate well for stimulation based on the geological-technological considerations, and then, performing a technical-economical analysis to support the proposed program.
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