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A. Anshariy

To predict the hydrocarbon limit and new well placement for future development in the mature Stupa field, hydrodynamic trapping analysis is carried out to find a solution of “tilted” contact hypothesis. The static and dynamic data of 6 exploration wells and 12 development wells were used to recognize the evidence of hydrodynamic trapping. There are multiple pieces of such evidence for hydrodynamic trapping such as variation in fluid contacts, lateral reservoirs drainage and variation of water pseudo potential. This paper will describe identification of tilted gas – water contacts related to hydrodynamic trapping mechanism plays, to predict and map the tilted contact using “u” map as a limit of the field and how a tilted gas-water contacts map leads for opportunity to identify future well development. It is concluded that the hydrodynamic trapping is working in the Stupa field. A new limit of hydrocarbon accumulation as a result of tilted contact mapping using “U” map has significantly changed the field development strategy in the Stupa field. The West Stupa Panel has now become the new target location of future field development for prolonging the production life of the mature Stupa field. At the end of 2019, one development well was drilled at the north flank of West Stupa Panel and showed very good results, which unlocked the remaining gas potential of this panel. Following this positive result, 3 other wells are proposed to develop the remaining stakes in this panel. Identifying the evidence of hydrodynamic trapping and mapping the tilted gas – water contacts had opened new opportunities for further field development in flank areas of the mature gas Stupa field.


2020 ◽  
Vol 92 (15) ◽  
pp. 10733-10742 ◽  
Author(s):  
Mahnoush Tayebi ◽  
Yinning Zhou ◽  
Pallavi Tripathi ◽  
Rajesh Chandramohanadas ◽  
Ye Ai

2020 ◽  
Vol 14 (3) ◽  
pp. 031502
Author(s):  
Qiyue Luan ◽  
Celine Macaraniag ◽  
Jian Zhou ◽  
Ian Papautsky

Lab on a Chip ◽  
2020 ◽  
Vol 20 (10) ◽  
pp. 1780-1791
Author(s):  
Yan Jiang ◽  
Theodore Feldman ◽  
Julia A. M. Bakx ◽  
Darren Yang ◽  
Wesley P. Wong

High-speed hydrodynamic trapping enables combined surface-free force spectroscopy and fluorescence imaging of single DNA molecules at extreme forces.


Soft Matter ◽  
2020 ◽  
Vol 16 (10) ◽  
pp. 2611-2620
Author(s):  
Alexander Chamolly ◽  
Eric Lauga ◽  
Soichiro Tottori

A microscopic colloidal roller propelling along a flat rigid surface can irreversibly trap and transport passive cargo through cross-streamline migration induced by steric interaction between the cargo and the interface.


2019 ◽  
Author(s):  
Yan Jiang ◽  
Theodore Feldman ◽  
Julia A.M. Bakx ◽  
Darren Yang ◽  
Wesley P. Wong

AbstractSingle-molecule force spectroscopy has brought many new insights into nanoscale biology, from the functioning of molecular motors, to the mechanical response of soft materials within the cell. To expand the single-molecule toolbox, we have developed a surface-free force spectroscopy assay based on a high-speed hydrodynamic trap capable of applying extremely high tensions for long periods of time. High-speed single-molecule trapping is enabled by a rigid and gas-impermeable microfluidic chip, rapidly and inexpensively fabricated out of glass, double-sided tape and UV-curable adhesive. Our approach does not require difficult covalent attachment chemistries, and enables simultaneous force application and single-molecule fluorescence. Using this approach, we have induced a highly extended state with twice the contour length of B-DNA in regions of partially intercalated double-stranded (dsDNA) by applying forces up to 250 pN. This highly extended state resembles the hyperstretched state of dsDNA, which was initially discovered as a structure fully intercalated by dyes under high tension. It has been hypothesized that hyperstretched DNA could also be induced without the aid of intercalators if high-enough forces were applied, which matches our observation. Combining force application with single-molecule fluorescence imaging is critical for distinguishing hyperstretched DNA from single-stranded DNA that can result from peeling. High-speed hydrodynamic trapping is a powerful yet accessible force spectroscopy method that enables the mechanics of biomolecules to be probed in previously difficult to access regimes.


Lab on a Chip ◽  
2019 ◽  
Vol 19 (8) ◽  
pp. 1417-1426 ◽  
Author(s):  
Giampaolo Pitruzzello ◽  
Stephen Thorpe ◽  
Steven Johnson ◽  
Adrian Evans ◽  
Hermes Gadêlha ◽  
...  

We present a single-bacteria hydrodynamic trapping platform to detect antibiotic susceptibility and resistance by simultaneously monitoring motility and morphology of individual E. coli.


RSC Advances ◽  
2019 ◽  
Vol 9 (70) ◽  
pp. 41066-41073 ◽  
Author(s):  
Margaux Duchamp ◽  
Thamani Dahoun ◽  
Clarisse Vaillier ◽  
Marion Arnaud ◽  
Sara Bobisse ◽  
...  

In this study we present a novel microfluidic hydrodynamic trapping device to probe the cell–cell interaction between all cell samples of two distinct populations.


2018 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Keumrai Whang ◽  
Jong-Hwan Lee ◽  
Yonghee Shin ◽  
Wooju Lee ◽  
Young Wan Kim ◽  
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