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The volume provides clear and concise information on reservoir engineering methods, ranging from specific geological and geophysical techniques applied to reservoirs, to the basics of reservoir simulation, with reference to well logging, fluid PVT studies and well testing. Emphasis is placed on recent methods such as the use of type curves in well test interpretation, and on horizontal drain holes. The information will help all specialists in the relevant disciplines such as geologists, geophysicists, production engineers and drillers. It will also be useful to a broader range of specialists such as computer scientists, legal experts, economists and research workers, in placing their work within a wider professional context and incorporating it into a multidisciplinary field of activity. Content: Front Matter • Main Symbols and Industry Units Used • Equivalent of Principal British/US Units in Metric Units • Table of Contents Introduction 1. Reservoir Geology and Geophysics 2. Characterization of Reservoir Rocks 3. Fluids and PVT Studies 4. Volumetric Evaluation of Oil and Gas in Place 5. One-Phase Fluid Mechanics and Well Test Interpretation 6. Multiphase Flow 7. Primary Recovery, Estimation of Reserves 8. Secondary and Enhanced Oil Recovery 9. Reservoir Simulation Models 10. Production and Development of a Field 11. Typical Fields • References Index
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