Laboratory Research on Fracture-Supported Shielding Temporary Plugging Drill-In Fluid for Fractured and Fracture-Pore Type Reservoirs

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Based on fractures stress sensitivity, this paper experimentally studies fracture-supported shielding temporary plugging drill-in fluid (FSDIF) in order to protect fractured and fracture-pore type formation. Experimental results show the FSDIF was better than the CDIF for protecting fractured and fracture-pore type reservoir and the FSDIF temporary plugging rate was above 99%, temporary plugging ring strength was greater than 15 MPa, and return permeability was 91.35% and 120.83% before and after acidizing, respectively. The reasons for the better reservoir protection effect were analyzed. Theoretical and experiment studies conducted indicated that the FSDIF contained acid-soluble and non-acid-soluble temporary shielding agents; non-acid-soluble temporary shielding agents had high hardness and temporary plugging particles size was matched to the formation fracture width and pore throat size.

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Liu, D., Kang, Y., Liu, Q., Lei, D., & Zhang, B. (2017). Laboratory Research on Fracture-Supported Shielding Temporary Plugging Drill-In Fluid for Fractured and Fracture-Pore Type Reservoirs. Journal of Chemistry, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/4176593

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