A well model defines how a well has been drilled, completed, and what fluids are being produced.
Well : Describes the well and its location
- Daily Production: Daily history of the surface/wellhead production
- Wellbore : Describes each bore hole within the well
- Formation: Describes the formation properties and fluids being produced by the well bore
- Deviation Survey : Describes the trajectory of the well bore
- Casing : Describes the well bore casing string
- Tubing : Describes the well bore tubing string
- Artificial Lift Equipment (optional):
- Gas Lift (GL),
- Rod Lift (SRP),
- Electric Submersible Pump
Each wellbore must have a record that describes the formation into which it is drilled and the fluid properties (PVT) which describe the fluids being produced from the formationIn an effort to make the data entry simple Xecta has lumped formation and fluids into one API call. More details about the Wellbore Formation data can be found in the Data Schema Fundamentals.
Each table in our schema has required and optional fields. Read more here: Data Schema
If any well does not meet the data integrity requirements, our system will not be able to create a valid well model for that well. Subsequently, our system will not be able to perform model-based calculations such as Bottomhole Pressure (BHP), Artificial Lift Diagnostics, or Forecasting.