Analyses and Applications of Pressure, Flowrate, and Temperature Measurements During a Perforating Run
A recent development, described in this paper, is a perforating tool that makes real-time downhole measurements during a perforating run and has the capability of selectively firing a number of guns at different depths or times. These measurements include pressure, flow rate, temperature, GR, CCL, and cable tension. The simultaneous downhole measurement, in addition to providing better control of the perforating process, can in a single trip provide a production log, conventional well tests before and after perforating, and a fill-up or slug test soon after perforating for underbalanced conditions. Thus, the completion can be evaluated in real time and while the gun is still in hole, needed remedial reperforating may be performed.
S. M. Tariq and L. Ayestaran, "Analyses and Applications of Pressure, Flowrate, and Temperature Measurements During a Perforating Run," Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, (Paper) SPE, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Jan 1986.
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