Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models

Nobuo Morita

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    Abstract

    Many completion options are available to minimize sand problems. Formation strength analysis is essential to select and design the best completion method from these many options. This paper addresses the accuracy of several formation strength models to help all who plan to develop or use these models in the future.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control
    Place of PublicationRichardson, TX, United States
    PublisherPubl by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
    Pages19-28
    Number of pages10
    Publication statusPublished - 1994
    EventProceedings of the International Symposium on Formation Damage Control - Lafayette, LA, USA
    Duration: 1994 Feb 91994 Feb 10

    Other

    OtherProceedings of the International Symposium on Formation Damage Control
    CityLafayette, LA, USA
    Period94/2/994/2/10

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    prediction
    laboratory
    plan
    method
    analysis

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Geology

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    Morita, N. (1994). Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models. In Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control (pp. 19-28). Richardson, TX, United States: Publ by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

    Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models. / Morita, Nobuo.

    Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control. Richardson, TX, United States : Publ by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), 1994. p. 19-28.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Morita, N 1994, Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models. in Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control. Publ by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Richardson, TX, United States, pp. 19-28, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Formation Damage Control, Lafayette, LA, USA, 94/2/9.
    Morita N. Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models. In Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control. Richardson, TX, United States: Publ by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). 1994. p. 19-28
    Morita, Nobuo. / Field and laboratory verifications of sand production prediction models. Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control. Richardson, TX, United States : Publ by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), 1994. pp. 19-28
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