Petroleum Reservoir Engineering Practice

ISBN-10: 0137152833

ISBN-13: 9780137152834

Edition: 2011

Authors: Nnaemeka Ezekwe

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List price: $175.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/17/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 816
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.080
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Porosity of Reservoir Rocks
Introduction
Total Porosity and Effective Porosity
Sources of Porosity Data
Applications of Porosity Data
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Permeability and Relative Permeability
Introduction
Sources of Permeability Data
Relative Permeability
Sources of Relative Permeability Data
Three-Phase Relative Permeability
Applications of Permeability and Relative Permeability Data
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Reservoir Fluid Saturations
Introduction
Determination of Water Saturations
Determination of Reservoir Productive Intervals
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Pressure-Volume-Temperature (PVT) Properties of Reservoir Fluids
Introduction
Phase Diagrams
Gas and Gas-Condensate Properties
Pseudo-critical Properties of Gas Mixtures
Wet Gas and Gas Condensate
Correlations for Gas Compressibility Factor
Gas Formation Volume Factor (FVF)
Gas Density
Gas Viscosity
Gas Coefficient of Isothermal Compressibility
Correlations for Calculation of Oil PVT Properties
Correlations for Calculation of Water PVT Properties
Nomenclature
Subscripts
References
General Reading
Reservoir Fluid Sampling and PVT Laboratory Measurements
Overview of Reservoir Fluid Sampling
Reservoir Type and State
Well Conditioning
Subsurface Sampling Methods and Tools
Wireline Formation Testers
PVT Laboratory Measurements
Applications of Laboratory PVT Measurements
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Typical Reservoir Fluid Study for a Black Oil Sample
Reservoir Fluid Summary
Calculated Analysis of Reservoir Fluid
Pressure-Volume Properties at 212°F (Constant Composition Expansion)
Differential Liberation at 212°F
Gas Differentially Liberated at 212°F
Viscosity Data at 212°F
Comparison of Reservoir Oil Flash Liberation Tests
Typical Reservoir Fluid Study for a Gas Condensate Sample
Summary of Reservoir Data and Surface Sampling Conditions
Chromatograph Analysis of Separator Gas at 1140 psig and 92°F
Chromatograph Analysis of Separator Liquid at 1140 psig and 92°F
Composition of Reservoir Fluid (Calculated)
Measured Saturation Pressures from Stepwise Recombinations at 267°F
Pressure-Volume Properties of Reservoir Fluid at 267°F (or CCE)
Depletion Study at 267°F: Hydrocarbon Analyses of Produced Wellstream (Mole %)
Retrograde Condensation During Gas Depletion at 267°F
PVT Properties Predictions from Equations of State
Historical Introduction to Equations of State (EOS)
Van der Waals (vdW) EOS
Soave-Redlich-Kwong (SRK) EOS
Peng-Robinson (PR) EOS
Phase Equilibrium of Mixtures
Roots from Cubic EOS
Volume Translation
Two-Phase Flash Calculation
Bubble Point and Dew Point Pressure Calculations
Characterization of Hydrocarbon Plus Fractions
Phase Equilibrium Predictions with Equations of State
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Superscripts
Abbreviations
References
The General Material Balance Equation
Introduction
Derivation of the General Material Balance Equation (GMBE)
The GMBE for Gas Reservoirs
Discussion on the Application of the GMBE
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
Gas Reservoirs
Introduction
Volumetric Gas Reservoirs
Gas Reservoirs with Water Influx
Water Influx Models
Geopressured Gas Reservoirs
Case Histories of Two Gas Reservoirs
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Correlations for Estimating Residual Gas Saturations for Gas Reservoirs under Water Influx
Dimensionless Pressure for Finite and Infinite Aquifers
Dimensionless Pressure for Infinite Aquifers
Oil Reservoirs
Introduction
Oil Reservoir Drive Mechanisms
Gravity Drainage Mechanism
Volumetric Undersaturated Oil Reservoirs
Undersaturated Oil Reservoirs with Water Influx
Volumetric Saturated Oil Reservoirs
Material Balance Approach for Saturated Oil Reservoirs with Water Influx
Case History of Manatee Reservoirs
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
Fluid Flow in Petroleum Reservoirs
Introduction
Fluid Types
Definition of Fluid Flow Regimes
Darcy Fluid Flow Equation
Radial Forms of the Darcy Equation
Derivation of the Continuity Equation in Radial Form
Derivation of Radial Diffusivity Equation for Slightly Compressible Fluids
Solutions of the Radial Diffusivity Equation for Slightly Compressible Fluids
Derivation of the Radial Diffusivity Equation for Compressible Fluids
Transformation of the Gas Diffusivity Equation with Real Gas Pseudo-Pressure Concept
The Superposition Principle
Well Productivity Index
Well Injectivity Index
Nomenclature
Subscripts
References
General Reading
Chart for Exponential Integral
Tabulation of pD vs tD for Radial Flow, Infinite Reservoirs with Constant Terminal Rate at Inner Boundary
Tabulation of pD vs tD for Radial Flow, Finite Reservoirs with Closed Outer Boundary and Constant Terminal Rate at Inner Boundary
Tabulation of pD vs tD for Radial Flow, Finite Reservoirs with Constant Pressure Outer Boundary and Constant Terminal Rate at Inner Boundary
Tabulation of QD vs tD for Radial Flow, Infinite Reservoirs with Constant Terminal Pressure at Inner Boundary
Tabulation of QD vs tD for Radial Flow, Finite Reservoirs with Closed Outer Boundary and Constant Terminal Pressure at Inner Boundary
Well Test Analysis: Straightline Methods
Introduction
Basic Concepts in Well Test Analysis
Line Source Well, Infinite Reservoir Solution of the Diffusivity Equation with Skin Factor
Well Test Analyses with Straightline Methods
Special Topics in Well Test Analyses
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Well Test Analysis: Type Curves
Introduction
What Are Type Curves?
Gringarten Type Curves
Unit-Slope Line
Bourdet Derivative Type Curves
Agarwal Equivalent Time
Type-Curve Matching
Procedures for Manual Application of Type-Curve Matching in Well Test Analysis
Stages of the Type-Curve Matching Procedures
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
Characteristic Shapes of Pressure and Pressure-Derivative Curves for Selected Well, Reservoir, and Boundary Models
Buildup Test Data for Example 12.1
Calculation of Pressure Derivatives
Well Test Analysis: Hydraulically Fractured Wells and Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Introduction
Hydraulically Fractured Wells
Definition of Dimensionless Variables for Fractured Wells
Flow Regimes in Fractured Wells
Fractured Well Flow Models
Fractured Well Test Analysis: Straightline Methods
Fractured Well Test Analysis: Type-Curve Matching
Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Naturally Fractured Reservoir Models
Well Test Analysis in Naturally Fractured Reservoirs Based on Double Porosity Model
Well Test Analysis in NFRs: Straightline Method s
Well Test Analysis in NFRs: Type Curves
Procedure for Analysis of Well Test from NFRs Assuming Double Porosity Behavior
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Well Test Analysis: Deconvolution Concepts
Introduction
What Is Deconvolution?
The Pressure-Rate Deconvolution Mod el
Application of Deconvolution to Pressure-Rate Data
Examples on the Application of the von Schroeter Deconvolution Algorithm to Real Well Test Data
General Guidelines for Application of von Schroeter Deconvolution Algorithm to Pressure-Rate Data from Well Tests
References
General Reading
Immiscible Fluid Displacement
Introduction
Basic Concepts in Immiscible Fluid Displacement
Fractional Flow Equations
The Buckley-Leverett Equation
The Welge Method
Summary
Nomenclature
References
General Reading
Secondary Recovery Methods
Introduction
Waterflooding
Gasflooding
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Enhanced Oil Recovery
Introduction
EOR Processes
EOR Screening Criteria
Miscible Gas Injection Processes
Methods for Determination of MMP or MME for Gasfloods
Types of Miscible Gas Flooding
Chemical Flooding Processes
Thermal Processes
Implementation of EOR Projects
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Geologic Modeling and Reservoir Characterization
Introduction
Sources of Data for Geologic Modeling and Reservoir Characterization
Data Quality Control and Quality Assurance
Scale and Integration of Data
General Procedure for Geologic Modeling and Reservoir Characterization
Nomenclature
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Reservoir Simulation
Introduction
Derivation of the Continuity Equation in Rectangular Form
Flow Equations for Three-Phase Flow of Oil, Water, and Gas
Basic Concepts, Terms, and Methods in Reservoir Simulation
General Structure of Flow Reservoir Models
Nomenclature
Subscripts
Abbreviations
References
General Reading
Reservoir Management
Introduction
Reservoir Management Principles
Case Histories Demonstrating Applications of Reservoir Management Principles
References
General Reading
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