Wireline Formation Testing and Well Deliverability

Overview

Modern reservoir engineering must accommodate for a complex set of heterogeneous phases contained in the well and petroleum reservoir. Achieving the optimal solution to reservoir problems involves employing sophisticated simulation techniques, executing complex well-completion actions and following up with constant attention to the changes within a reservoir. Renowned petroleum engineer George Stewart offers in-depth information in his latest book, Wireline Formation Testing and Well Deliverability. A companion ...
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Overview

Modern reservoir engineering must accommodate for a complex set of heterogeneous phases contained in the well and petroleum reservoir. Achieving the optimal solution to reservoir problems involves employing sophisticated simulation techniques, executing complex well-completion actions and following up with constant attention to the changes within a reservoir. Renowned petroleum engineer George Stewart offers in-depth information in his latest book, Wireline Formation Testing and Well Deliverability. A companion to his recent book, Well Test Design & Analysis, this newest technical volume covers the widest range of possible issues for reservoir engineering. Stewart's exhaustive explanations include the nuances of radial flow theory, examples of when to run production logs, and to well testing for drawdown in a commingled reservoir. The volume includes a CD containing chapters 13-17.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781593702304
  • Publisher: PennWell Corporation
  • Publication date: 3/23/2012
  • Pages: 1016
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 12.00 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Table of Contents

• Radial flow theory in porous media

• Skin factor in fractured and perforated wells

• Well inflow performance relations

• Gas reservoir material balance

• General mechanistic material balance

• Coning and displacement models in the material balance context

• Decline curve analysis

• Distributed pressure measurement

• Exploration applications of distributed pressure measurement

• Field development applications of distributed pressure measurement

• Production logging and layered systems

• Wireline formation testing (WFT) permeability interpretation

• On CD: Reservoir engineering aspects of production

• Compartmentalized material balance

• Reservoir characterization from underbalanced drilling data

• Effect of mud filtrate invasion on WFT measured pressure

• Tight gas and coal bed methane (CBM)

• Index

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