Advanced Reservoir Management and Engineering by Tarek Ahmed PhD PE, Nathan Meehan

By Tarek Ahmed PhD PE, Nathan Meehan

Content material:

, Pages i,iii

, Page iv

, Page ix
Chapter 1 - good trying out Analysis

, Pages 1-226
Chapter 2 - Water Influx

, Pages 227-279
Chapter three - Unconventional gasoline Reservoirs

, Pages 281-432
Chapter four - functionality of Oil Reservoirs

, Pages 433-483
Chapter five - Predicting Oil Reservoir Performance

, Pages 485-539
Chapter 6 - creation to more advantageous Oil Recovery

, Pages 541-585
Chapter 7 - monetary Analysis

, Pages 587-649
Chapter eight - monetary Analysis

, Pages 651-660
Chapter nine - Professionalism and Ethics

, Pages 661-682

, Pages 683-688

, Pages 689-702

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1! 78) Craft et al. 19, respectively. The Ei solution, as expressed by Eq. 77), is commonly referred to as the line source solution. 79) where the argument x in this case is given by: x5 948φμct r 2 kt Eq. 25% error. 5%. It should be pointed out that for x . 9, Ei (2x) can be considered zero for reservoir engineering calculations. , Hawkins, M. ), 1991. Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering, second ed. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. 10 An oil well is producing at a constant flow rate of 300 STB/day under unsteady-state flow conditions.

Calculate the bottom-hole pressure after 1 hour by applying Eq. 96): This example shows that the solution as given by the pD function technique is identical to that of the Ei function approach. The main difference between the two formulations is that the pD function can only be used to calculate the pressure at radius r when the flow rate Q is constant and known. In that case, the pD function application is essentially restricted to the wellbore radius because the rate is usually known. On the other hand, the Ei function approach can be used to calculate the pressure at any radius in the reservoir by using the well flow rate Q.

During this semisteady-state flow, the change in pressure with time becomes the same throughout the drainage area. 23(b) shows that the pressure distributions become paralleled at successive time periods. 13. 15 are designed to illustrate the use of different solution methods. However, these examples are not practical because, in transient flow analysis, the bottom-hole flowing pressure is usually available as a function of time. All the previous methodologies are essentially used to characterize the reservoir by determining the permeability k or the permeability and thickness product (kh).

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