Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering)

Shiqing Cheng

Personal Profile

College of Petroleum Engineering

Ph.D

Researcher & PhD supervisor

Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering

chengsq973@163.com

Research Areas

Dynamic monitoring of oil and gas reservoirs, oil and gas reservoir engineering, unconventional oil and gas field development, artificial intelligence of petroleum engineering

Research Projects

[1] National Natural Science Foundation of China (11872073), Mechanism and Inversion Method of Microcrack induced by Water Injection in Tight Reservoirs, 2018-2022, funding of 756,000 yuan
[2] CNOOC Research Institute Project: Fracture Low Permeability Condensate Reservoir Well Testing and Capacity Evaluation Technology, 2021-2022, funding of 952,000
[3] PetroChina Xinjiang Oilfield Company: Research on The Interpretation Technology of Typical Wells in Xinjiang Oilfield, 2021-2022, with a funding of 1.152 million
[4] PetroChina Tarim Oilfield Company: Study on the Flow Characteristics of Fracture-Fracture-Fracture-Hole Multiple Media in Ultra-Deep Fractured Low-Hole Sandstone Gas Reservoir, 2021-2022, funding of 1.900 million
[5] CNOOC Zhanjiang Branch Project: Model Solving and Method Realization of Complex Oil and Gas Wells in the West South China Sea, 2020-2022, funding of 1.2395 million
[6] PetroChina Research Institute of Exploration and Development Project: Dynamic Monitoring inversion Method and Application of Complex Carbonate Reservoirs, 2021, Funding 460,000

Research Group Introduction

delighted to work with intelligent and hard-working student

Publications

[1] Big Data Technique in the Reservoir Parameters’ Prediction and Productivity Evaluation: A Field Case in Western South China Sea. Gondwana Research, 2021, 96(2021): 22-36.
[2] Evaluation of fracture closure and its contribution to total production for a well with non-planar asymmetrical vertical fracture based on bottom-hole pressure, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2021, 205 (2021) 108864.
[3] Time-normalized conductivity concept for analytical characterization of dynamic-conductivity hydraulic fractures through pressure-transient analysis in tight gas reservoirs. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2021, 92 (2021) 103997.
[4] Semi-analytical model for characterization of anomalous linear-flow behavior in partially-propped fractured wells. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2021, 200 (2021) 108380.
[5] In-situ characterization of nonlinear flow behavior of fluid in ultra-low permeability oil reservoirs. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2021, 203 (2021) 108573.
[6] Gas Rate Decline Analysis for Boundary-Dominated Flow with Fractal Reservoir Properties under Constant / Variable Bottom-Hole Pressure Conditions. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2021, 88 (2021) 103823.