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P641 REAL-TIME MONITORING AND CONTROL: A LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION Introduction 1 Real-time monitoring and control using advanced completion systems have been applied to injection and production from a heterogeneous laboratory-scale reservoir. Permanent pressure and flow sensors in each zone of two segmented wells provide continuous feedback that allows computation of progressively better models of the formation between the wells as indicated by decreasing deviations between model predictions and observations. At each stage an optimum control strategy is implemented by acting on the control valves in the completions of both the production and injection wells. The experiment demonstrates that advanced completions may

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2001-06-11
2020-10-27
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