Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science, 2023, 6(3); doi: 10.25236/AJETS.2023.060301.
Beichen Zhao1, Chaoxiang Wang2
1College of Energy, China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China
2The Eighth Oil Production Plant of China National Petroleum Changqing Oilfield Branch, Xi’an, China
After long-term high-intensity injection and extraction development, the fault-block reservoir has entered the extraordinarily high water-bearing period. Dispersed remaining oil makes it difficult to determine the distribution location through the production dynamics and static information. In order to improve the recovery rate of remaining oil in the late development stage. A method of qualitatively identifying the dominant potential area of remaining oil by combining field experience and machine learning based on the geological and development characteristics of the fault block oil reservoir. Through the numerical simulation of the research area, relevant data information is obtained by using the simulated divided grid as a unit. Combining the reservoir engineering relevant knowledge and field experience, the research area is classified as four categories of remaining oil potential areas using six evaluation indexes. The grid is labeled with corresponding labels. The K-neighborhood (KNN) classification prediction algorithm is selected to classify the grid into potential evaluation. The results show that, the KNN algorithm is more accurate for class domain corss-sample classification.The accuracy rate of dividing potential areas reaches 98.3%, which effectively solves the problem of identifying potential areas in extra-high water-bearing reservoirs. This method realizes the accurate positioning of remaining oil potential areas at the late stage of development and assists in developing remaining oil with high efficiency and accuracy.
K-nearest neighbor classification prediction algorithm; fault block reservoir; remaining oil; potential areas; identification method
Beichen Zhao, Chaoxiang Wang. Identifying the Dominant Potential Area Method of Remaining Oil in Fault Block Oil Reservoir Based on KNN Predictive Classification Algorithm. Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science (2023) Vol. 6, Issue 3: 1-8. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJETS.2023.060301.
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