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Wireline Formation Testing and Well Deliverability

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by George Stewart

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 Evaluation and Well Deliverability. A companion to his recent book, Well Test Design and Analysis, this newest technical volume covers the widest range of possible issues for reservoir engineering. Stewartí__í_íšs exhaustive explanations include the nuances of radial flow theory, and examples of when to run production logs and when to well test for drawdown in a commingled reservoir. The volume includes a CD containing Chapters 14 - 17.

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 of distributed pressure measurement
  • Field development applications of distributed pressure measurement
  • Production logging and layered reservoirs
  • On CD: Integration of data from wireline formation testers and other sources; Compartmentalized material balance; Multiphase well flow; Gas well deliverability; Effect of mud filtrate invasion on WFT profiles

1,548 Pages/Hardcover/8.5x11/March 2012
ISBN10 1-59370-230-2

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by George Stewart

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 Evaluation and Well Deliverability. A companion to his recent book, Well Test Design and Analysis, this newest technical volume covers the widest range of possible issues for reservoir engineering. Stewartí__í_íšs exhaustive explanations include the nuances of radial flow theory, and examples of when to run production logs and when to well test for drawdown in a commingled reservoir. The volume includes a CD containing Chapters 14 - 17.

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 of distributed pressure measurement
  • Field development applications of distributed pressure measurement
  • Production logging and layered reservoirs
  • On CD: Integration of data from wireline formation testers and other sources; Compartmentalized material balance; Multiphase well flow; Gas well deliverability; Effect of mud filtrate invasion on WFT profiles

1,548 Pages/Hardcover/8.5x11/March 2012
ISBN10 1-59370-230-2

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