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Reservoir Engineering and Petrophysics

By Edward D. Holstein (Editor), Larry W. Lake (Editor-in-Chief)

* Publisher: Society of Petroleum Engineers
* Number Of Pages: 1659
* Publication Date: 2007-01-01

Description:

This updated version of SPE’s PEHandbook contains information on many of the subjects covered by the 1962 and 1987 versions. All chapters in this version are new and greatly expanded; chapters existing in the older versions have been revised extensively or rewritten completely, and new chapters have been added on geophysics; geology; petrophysics; production logs; chemical tracers; foam, polymer, and resin injection; miscible processes; valuation; and reservoir management.

This book dealing with reservoir rock and fluid properties. These include acquiring and interpreting data that describe reservoir rock and fluid properties; acquiring, understanding, and predicting fluid flow in the reservoir; interpreting measurements of well performance; calculating the factors that impact both primary and improved recovery mechanisms from oil and gas reservoirs; estimating reserves and calculating project economics; simulating reservoir performance; and structuring and measuring the effectiveness of a reservoir management system.

This volume consists of 27 chapters that deal with the many aspects of reservoir engineering. The chapters were assembled to provide information on acquiring and interpreting data that describe reservoir rock and fluid properties; acquiring, understanding, and predicting fluid flow in the reservoir; interpreting measurements of well performance; calculating the factors that impact both primary and improved recovery mechanisms from oil and gas reservoirs; estimating reserves and calculating project economics; simulating reservoir performance; and structuring and measuring the effectiveness of a reservoir management system.
These chapters have been written as a handbook and, as such, assume that the reader has a familiarity with fundamentals and some experience in the production of hydrocarbons and will use this publication as a refresher or to expand knowledge in certain areas of technology. Extensive references in each chapter indicate the amount of material that has been considered and distilled.

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