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

By Tarek Ahmed PhD PE, Nathan Meehan

Content material:
Front-matter

, Pages i,iii
Copyright

, Page iv
Preface

, Page ix
Chapter 1 - good checking out Analysis

, Pages 1-226
Chapter 2 - Water Influx

, Pages 227-279
Chapter three - Unconventional fuel Reservoirs

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

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

, Pages 485-539
Chapter 6 - advent to superior Oil Recovery

, Pages 541-585
Chapter 7 - fiscal Analysis

, Pages 587-649
Chapter eight - monetary Analysis

, Pages 651-660
Chapter nine - Professionalism and Ethics

, Pages 661-682
References

, Pages 683-688
Index

, Pages 689-702

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131) where Q 5 flow rate, STB/day B 5 formation volume factor, bbl/STB k 5 permeability, md The volumetric average pressure in the well drainage area p is commonly used to calculate the liquid flow rate under the semisteady-state p into flowing condition. Introducing Eq. 132) Note that:     re 0:471re 2 0:75 5 ln ln rw rw The above observation suggests that the volumetric average pressure p occur at about 47% of the drainage radius during the semisteadystate condition. That is: Q5 0:00708khðp 2 pwf Þ μB½lnð0:471re =rw ފ It should be pointed out that the pseudosteady-state flow occurs regardless of the geometry of the reservoir.

143t 10 20 50 100 200 4191 4189 4185 4178 4163 Step 5. 25. 143 psi/ hour, or: dp 5 20:143 psi=hour dt The significance of this example is that the rate of pressure decline during the pseudosteady state is the same throughout the drainage area. 25 Bottom-hole flowing pressure as a function of time. 18 An oil well is producing under a constant bottomhole flowing pressure of 1500 psi. The current average reservoir pressure pr is 3200 psi. The well is developed in the center of 40 acre squaredrilling pattern.

132) Note that:     re 0:471re 2 0:75 5 ln ln rw rw The above observation suggests that the volumetric average pressure p occur at about 47% of the drainage radius during the semisteadystate condition. That is: Q5 0:00708khðp 2 pwf Þ μB½lnð0:471re =rw ފ It should be pointed out that the pseudosteady-state flow occurs regardless of the geometry of the reservoir. Irregular geometries also reach this state when they have been produced long enough for the entire drainage area to be affected. Rather than developing a separate equation for the geometry of each drainage area, Ramey and Cobb (1971) introduced a correction factor called the shape factor CA which is designed to account for the deviation of the drainage area from the ideal circular form.

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