By Tarek Ahmed PhD PE, Nathan Meehan
, Pages i,iii
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Chapter 1 - good checking 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 - advent to improved 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
, Pages 683-688
, Pages 689-702
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115) or 2 pwf 5 pi2 1637Qg T μZ 2 kh Equivalently: 2 pwf 5 pi2 ! log 4tD γ ! 1422Qg T μZ ψD 2 kh ! 117) The above approximation solution forms indicate that the product (μZ) is assumed constant at an average pressure p. This effectively limits the applicability of the p2 method to reservoir pressures of less than 2000. It should be pointed out that when the p2 method is used to determine pwf it is perhaps sufficient to set μZ 5 μi Z. 2 Mscf/day under transient flow conditions. 25 3 1024 psi21, CHAPTER 1 42 Well Testing Analysis 2 Step 2.
82) log kh φμct rw2 where k 5 permeability, md t 5 time, hours ct 5 total compressibility, psi 21 It should be noted that Eqs. 82) cannot be used until the flow time t exceeds the limit imposed by the following constraint: t . 83) where k 5 permeability, md t 5 time, hours Notice that when a well is producing under unsteady-state (transient) flowing conditions at a constant flow rate, Eq. 82) can be expressed as the equation of a straight line by manipulating the equation to give: pwf 5 pi 2 !
C5 2 ! 71) where time t is expressed in days. Eq. 71) is called the diffusivity equation and is considered one of the most important and widely used mathematical expressions in petroleum engineering. The equation is particularly used in the analysis of well testing data where time t is commonly recorded in hours. 73) where co, cw, cg 5 compressibility of oil, water, and gas, respectively So, Sw, Sg 5 fractional saturation of oil, water, and gas, respectively Note that the introduction of ct into Eq.
Advanced Reservoir Management and Engineering by Tarek Ahmed PhD PE, Nathan Meehan