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Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology
Published by Universitas Trisakti
ISSN : 26153653     EISSN : 26140268     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25105/jeeset.v1i1
Core Subject : Science,
This journal intends to be of interest and utility to researchers and practitioners in the academic, industrial, and governmental institutions.
Articles 80 Documents
Well Test and Short Term Multiple Rate Flow Tests Analyses to Successfully Hydraulic Fracturing Program of Block X Muhammad Dimas Adiguna; Muhammad Taufiq Fathaddin; Hari Karyadi Oetomo
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (331.859 KB) | DOI: 10.25105/jeeset.v1i1.3032

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Well test analysis was conducted to determine the characteristics of reservoir rocks. From the well test analysis it is obtained information such as permeability and skin factor. The skin factor is a quantity indicating the presence of disturbance in the formation as a result of drilling operations, production operations, perforating casing, gravel pack installation, remedial well work, acidizing operation, and hydraulic fracture operation. The objective of this research is to determine the relationship of multi rate test method of Jones, Blount, and Glaze and the comparison result among pressure buildup test and pressure drawdown test analyses, using Kappa software or manually calculation. Therefore, in this paper will study the method of Jones, Blount, and Glaze and the well test analyses to determine further work of the wells on block X. The data used in this paper is secondary data, namely the results of well test from three wells.Applying drawdown test analysis of A, Y, and Z wells yield skin factor values of 3.37; 27.10; and -1.39. Where in buildup pressure Horner method analysis of A, Y, and Z wells yield skin factor values of 16.10; 11.18; and -2.07. In the method of type curve derivatives the drawdown analysis of A, Y, and Z wells yield skin factor values of 7.04; 11.18; and 4.20. The analysis of pressure buildup, of A, Y, and Z wells yield skin factor value of 25.11; 14.47; and 1.93. In the analysis using Kappa software of A, Y, and Z wells yield skin factor values of 5.56; 10.2; and 2.00. The skin results of these wells indicate the formation damages. The Short Term Multiple Rate Flow Tests analysis using Jones, Blount, and Glaze method from the plots of Δp/q versus oil flow rate (q) are b’ high and b’/b low. These indicate that the three wells are encountering formation damages. The Jones, Blount, and Glaze method as well as the pressure buildup and pressure drawdown test analyses in block X indicate that these wells require to be stimulated.
Engineered Fiber Based Lost Circulation Pill to Abridge Lost Circulation of Geothermal Well Apriyansah Toni; Astra Agus Pramana; Bambang Kustono
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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Loss circulation is a major problem and known as the biggest challenge during drilling and well construction.This can leadsto various consequences,such as stuck pipe, loss of material and time to combat the losses, and even losing the well itself. Severe loss circulation conditions are often met while drilling geothermal wells in Indonesia. Partial to total losses have start experienced since drilling the surface section. Cement plugs is one of the conventional methods to cure losses. Number of cement plugs differ from one well to another well. Even in some wells, number of cement plugs performed for loss circulation plug can be over 30 times with total of more than 4,000 barrels of cement slurry pumped. Solution other than basic loss circulation material and cement plug must be developed to optimize curing loss time. Engineered fiber base concentration which is include; Base Fluid, LCM and Solid Package was obtained from simulation, then trial and error in laboratory was conducted. Based on the final recipe, the control pill was able to hold pressure and not leaking, even when using 5 mm grid clearance. Additional combined stiff fiber and flexible fiber with concentration of 6 lbs/bbl sufficient to hold exessive loss circulation.
Optimization of Oil Production by Gas Lift Macaroni in “X” Field Chrismon Chrismon; R.S. Trijana Kartoatmodjo; Dwi Atty Mardiana
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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The background of this research was that in X Field many gas wells have stopped flowing years ago and not economical production anymore. Therefore the company has decided to use gas lift which is proper to the sandy oil reservoir characteristic. The tubing of the well has no gas lift mandrel completion as the well was a gas producer. The objectives of this research was that to design gas lift macaroni (GLM) to optimize oil production rate. The design of this  research was  that  the  new  slim tubing 1.315  inch, called as macaroni tubing, was installed inside  the existing 3. 5inch  tubing. The gas lift valves are installed inside macaroni tubing. The data collection consists of reservoir data, surface data, and well diagram.The result of this research was that the gas lift macaroni installation can generate oil production rate of 425 STB/day of the three wells. Gas lift valves of well A is four valves, well B is five valves, and well C is three valves. The deviation of software and manual calculation of valves depth is less than 1%. The cost saving by installing gas lift macaroni instead of workover operation to change the existing tubing with new tubing equipped with gas lift valves is USD 5,620,955 of three wells.
Effect of Conductive Minerals in the Determination of Water Saturation in “Y” Field Panduwinata Arifin; Ratnayu Sitaresmi; Benyamin Benyamin
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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Formation evaluation is a part of petroleum engineering to study reservoir characteristics as well as issues related to success in the discovery of hydrocarbon reserves. Hydrocarbon reserves are influenced by reservoir rock characteristics consisting of porosity (f), water saturation (Sw), and permeability (k.) In low resistivity regions are often found abnormalities in formation evaluation. The abnormality is a low resistivity value produced so that an inaccurate value obtained when water saturation is calculated. In this study, an evaluation process of the abnormality phenomena was performed on low resistivity areas. The evaluation is done by analyzing both log and core data. Evaluation in low resistivity areas aims to obtain a correction factor of the abnormality that occurs. Abnormalities in the calculation of resistivity values caused by the existence of conductive minerals which resulting in a decrease of the resistivity value of the formation. This correction factor can be used in Archie to calculate water saturations, therefore more accurate values of saturation were found.
Well Test Analysis Using Pressure Derivative Method at Gas Well X-1 Muhammad Handis Maulana; Muhammad Taufiq Fathaddin; Hari Karyadi Oetomo
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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Wells X-1 is a gas condensate well which located in lapangan X, Sulawesi Island. At well X-1 well test was conducted using pressure build up, where the analysis was conducted with objective to determine the reservoir characteristic of X-1 wells such as permeability, skin, flow efficiency and investigation radius. In the pressure build up test, the horner plot and derivation analysis using pseudo pressure and P2 approaches were applied with the gas well X-1 has a reservoir pressure of 2555 psia. The analysis is done using saphir 3.20 and Ms.Excel software where the results of the counsel to see if there is any possibility of formation damage. X-1 is also known as homogeneous with a fault boundary present in the fault located at a certain distance from the well X-1 in which the fault is only one direction from the reservoir. The pressure derivative plot analysis was conducted with two methods such as two-point method and three-point method, where the result of the overlay of the derivative curve corresponds to the deviation of the calculation result method which is less than 10%. The horner plot analysis is also done with the ψ(P) pseudo pressure and P2 approach which is the result of horner plot analysis using pseudo pressure ψ(P) pseudo pressure in saphir 3.20 obtained the slope (m), permeability, and skin values respectively were 3.22432E + 5 psi2/cp, 132 mD, and 21.6, whereas Ms.Excel results obtained the price of slope (m), permeability, and skin respectively were 320890.61 psi2/cp, 134.83 mD, and 21.1. To analyze the horner plot using the P2 approach at saphir 3.20 the value of slope (m), permeability, and skins values respectively were 5495.07 psi2/cp, 125 mD, and 21.3 and for the results of Ms. Excel the price of slope (m), permeability, and skin respectively were 5451.66 psi2/cp, 147,29 mD, and 20,1. Positive skin results in both methods of horner plot and derivative plot indicate the well is damaged and need to be stimulated.
Benefit-Cost Analysis in Infrastructure Development of Coal Railway Transportation in East Kalimantan Province Mustamina Maulani; Dinda Annissa Larasati; Yanif Dwi Kuntjoro
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.1-2018
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Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) is an analysis of the calculation of benefits and cost of development plans that are used to make public decisions that will impact on the welfare of society. East Kalimantan provincial government is building railway infrastructure in cooperation with PT. Railway Borneo (PT KAB) representative for Indonesia from Russian Railways (RZhD) to transport coal. This study analyzed the benefits and costs derived from the construction of the railway was based on economical factors. Is expected to enhance regional energy security. And cost benefit analysis used to evaluate the use of economic resources so that scarce resources can be used efficiently, because the government has many programs or projects to be implemented while the costs are very limited. Benefits to the railway infrastructure development projects for the coal sector in the province of East Kalimantan, among others, have environmentally friendly energy infrastructure in the context of national development in accordance with RPJMN. Increase national income for central and local governments due to the stimulation of high import. Increased foreign or local investors to be able to invest in Indonesia. Coal transportation cost savings, time savings and ease of delivery of coal, and create new jobs that can impact on people's welfare. Costs arising from the construction of the railway to the coal sector by, among others, the cost of investment incurred for the construction consisting of maintenance costs, costs of operations and so forth, open land, government regulations overlap, the surrounding environment. and maintenance costs and provide guidance on the surrounding community.
Production of Bagasse-Based Natrium Ligno Sulfonat (Nals) Surfactant for Chemical Flooding Emmy Fatmi Budhya; Muhammad Taufiq Fathaddin; Sugiatmo Kasmungin
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.2-2018
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Oil recovery may be increased by lowering interfacial tension between oil and water due to surfactant injection. Bagasse is one of the organic materials which has a fairly high lignin content, where lignin is the basic substance of making Natrium Lignosulfonate (NaLS) Surfactants. The research was divided into three sections. The first was experiment to produce lignin from bagasse. In this experiment 100 gram of bagasse with size of 60 mesh or 80 mesh extracted by benzene + ethanol (2:1) and then 20%, 50%, or 75% NaOH was added to activate lignin. The maximum amount of lignin produced was 24.88%. The second experiment was to produce NaLS surfactant from obtained lignin. FTIR equipment was used to verify the NaLS surfactant yielded using the method. The maximum amount of NaLS surfactant produced was 20.264% of bagasse mass. After that NaLS surfactant obtained from the previous process was used in chemical flooding experiment. In the experiments, the surfactant concentration in the solution was varied at 0.05%, 0.10%, 0.15%, and 1.00%. While temperature was set at 30°C, 40°C, 60°C, 70°C, or 80°C. The optimum condition happened when a solution with surfactant concentration of 1% was injected at 60°C. The recovery factor of oil using the condition was 0.47.
Field Case: Application of Polyamine Based Mud System to Drill Kintom Formation in Sulawesi and Comparison to Conventional KCl-Polymer Mud System Dominico Alphan Setyanto; Rachmat Sudibjo; Abdul Hamid
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.2-2018
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Drilling mud has a vital role in onshore or offshore oil and gas drilling operations with its primary function as the hydrostatic pressure to balance the formation pressure. There are some formations in Indonesia where the drilling hazards are extensive, but the problem that most likely to overcome is the shale/clay swelling. Today there is a water based mud called Polyamine Mud, a Polyamine mud has the advantages over conventional water base mud and also in some functions are as good as the Oil Base Mud. Some companies are still trying to adopt this technology into their drilling projects with various aspects to be considered and are wondering whether it will help them to drill a formation with shale/clay problem characteristics. A field location on the island of Sulawesi has drilled some  wells on  the Kintom formation using the Polyamine mud for a total depth of about 7,000 ft – 9,000 ft. The drill hole problem was not only the shale/clay swelling, but was also followed by some problems such as differential sticking and partial to total mud losses. The wells have now been drilled successfully and the gas production was above expectation. This paper will discuss a comparison of the Polyamine mud with the conventional mud system such as KCL-Polymer mud by doing some unconventional tests in the laboratory, including inhibition test, dispersion test, accression test, and bulk hardness test. After being tested in the laboratory, the Polyamine 3% mud system has drilled succesfully in some wells.
Determination of Rock Type Using Hydraulic Flow Unit Concept to Predict Permeability with Artificial Neural Network Ghanima Yasmaniar; Ratnayu Sitaresmi; Suryo Prakoso
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.2-2018
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Permeability is one of the important of reservoir characteristics, but is difficult to predict it. The accurate permeability values can be obtained from core data analysis, but it is not possible to do at all of the well intervals in the field. This study used 191 sandstone core samples from the Upper Cibulakan Formation in the North West Java Basin. The concept of HFU (Hydraulic Flow Unit) developed by Kozeny-Carman is used to generate the relationship between porosity and permeability for each rock type. Afterward, to estimate the permeability value at uncored intervals, the statistical methods of artificial neural network based on log data are used on G-19 Well, G Field which is located in the North West Java Basin. Based on core data analysis from this research, the reservoir consists of eight HFU with different equations to estimate permeability for each HFU. From this reserarch, the results of permeability calculations at uncored intervals are not much different from the core data at the same depth. Therefore the approach of permeability prediction can be used to determine the value of permeability without performing core data analysis so that it can save the company expenses.
The Effect of Interfacial Tension and Thermal Stability on Surfactant Injection Aqlyna Fattahanisa; Rini Setiati; Sugiatmo Kasmungin
Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): JEESET-VOL.1-NO.2-2018
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In this research, bagasse NaLS surfactant was used as an injecting reservoir fluid at low salinity. The purpose of this study was to observe the effect of IFT and thermal stability on oil recovery factors in various compositions. The material used in this study isbagasse based NaLS surfactant, light oil and sandstone, while spinning drop is used to measure the interface tension. The oven was used for thermal stability testing and core flooding equipment for the surfactant injection. The success in this study was based on the value of the recovery factor, the small IFT value, and stability of IFT in the thermal stability test. The IFT results obtained for CF1, CF5,and CF7 were 10.4 mN / m, 4.09 mN / m, and 4.34 mN / m, respectively. Based on The results of the thermal stability test only the CF7 was stable with an IFT value of 2.11 mN / m, while the other two variations were unstable. The recover factor of CF1, CF5, and CF7 was 3.24%, 3.52%, and 5.34%, respectively. It can be concluded that IFT as well as thermal stability affect the frecovery factor.