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Petroleum Reservoir Simulations

Author : J.H. Abou-Kassem
ISBN : 9780127999746
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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In this highly anticipated volume, the world-renowned authors take a basic approach to present the principles of petroleum reservoir simulation in an easy-to-use and accessible format. Applicable to any oil and gas recovery method, this book uses a block-centered grid and a point-distributed grid. It treats various boundary conditions as fictitious wells, gives algebraic equations for their flowrates and presents an elaborate treatment of radial grid for single-well simulation to analyze well test results and to create well pseudo-functions necessary in conducting a practical reservoir simulation study.

Advanced Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Author : M. R. Islam
ISBN : 0470650672
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Advanced Petroleum Reservoir Simulation Add precision and ease to the process of reservoir simulation. Until simulation software and other methods of reservoir characterization were developed, engineers had to drill numerous wells to find the best way to extract crude oil and natural gas. Today, even with highly sophisticated reservoir simulations software available, reservoir simulation still involves a great deal of guesswork. Advanced Petroleum Reservoir Simulation provides an advanced approach to petroleum reservoir simulation, taking the guesswork out of the process and relying more thoroughly on science and what is known about the individual reservoir. This state of the art publication in petroleum simulation: Describes solution techniques that allow multiple solutions to the complete equations, without linearization. Solves the most difficult reservoir engineering problems such as viscous fingering. Highlights the importance of non-linear solvers on decision tree with scientific argument. Discusses solution schemes in relation to other disciplines and revolutionizes risk analysis and decision making. Includes companion software with 3-D, 3-phase multipurpose simulator code available for download from www.scrivenerpublishing.com. By providing a valuable tool to support reservoir simulation predictions with real science, this book is an essential reference for engineers, scientists and geologists.

Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Author : Khalid Aziz
ISBN : UOM:39015035284150
Genre : Science
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Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Author : Jamal Hussein Abou-Kassem
ISBN : 0976511363
Genre : Science
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Book & CD. This is one of the best tools that the reservoir engineer has at his disposal, allowing the engineer and geologist to create the most efficient and cost effective plan possible for drilling and production. If your simulation is faulty, too general or inaccurate in any way, this can affect the production, cost and time spent at the site, which affects the bottom line. Any of these problems can happen when a simulation is generated from a program that is outdated, an unproven method or even a set of equations that use too much guesswork. This book offers a practical, real-world approach to solving reservoir simulation problems. As a reference for the engineer in the field, it offers a new approach using more mathematical models for the engineer to devise his or her own approach to a particular problem.

Reservoir Simulation

Author : Zhangxin Chen
ISBN : 9780898717075
Genre : Oil reservoir engineering
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Advanced Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Author : Rafiqul Islam
ISBN : 1523109998
Genre : Hydrocarbon reservoirs
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Petroleum Reservoir Simulations

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Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Author : Husam Yaghi
ISBN : 3659393452
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In this book, the author presents a detailed complex mathematical and computational model for the simulation of fluid flow in reservoirs. The research was conducted in collaboration with Dr. John M. Tyler of LSU and was funded by the United States Department of Energy. The results were published in a Ph.D. dissertation and at several international conferences. Oil and Gas Reservoirs Hydrocarbons and their associated impurities occur in rock formations that are usually buried thousands of feet or meters below the surface. Scientists and engineers often call rock formations that hold hydrocarbons "reservoirs." Oil does not flow in underground rivers or pool up in subterranean lakes, contrary to what some people think. crude oil and natural gas occur in buried rocks and, once produced from a well, companies have to refine the crude oil and process the natural gas into useful products. Further, not every rock can hold hydrocarbons. To serve as an oil and gas reservoir, rocks have to meet several criteria.

Pvt And Phase Behaviour Of Petroleum Reservoir Fluids

Author : Ali Danesh
ISBN : 0080540058
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book on PVT and Phase Behaviour Of Petroleum Reservoir Fluids is volume 47 in the Developments in Petroleum Science series. The chapters in the book are: Phase Behaviour Fundamentals, PVT Tests and Correlations, Phase Equilibria, Equations of State, Phase Behaviour Calculations, Fluid Characterisation, Gas Injection, Interfacial Tension, and Application in Reservoir Simulation.

Characterization And Simulation Of An Exhumed Fractured Petroleum Reservoir Final Report March 18 1996 September 30 1998

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An exhumed fractured reservoir located near Alligator Ridge in central Nevada provides the basis for developing and testing different approaches for simulating fractured petroleum reservoirs. The fractured analog reservoir comprises a 90 m thickness of silty limestone and shaly interbeds within the Devonian Pilot Shale. A period of regional compression followed by ongoing basin and range extension has created faults and fractures that, in tern, have controlled the migration of both oil and gold ore-forming fluids. Open pit gold mines provide access for observing oil seepage, collecting the detailed fracture data needed to map variations in fracture intensity near faults, build discrete fracture network models and create equivalent permeability structures. Fault trace patterns mapped at the ground surface provide a foundation for creating synthetic fault trace maps using a stochastic procedure conditioned by the outcrop data. Conventional simulations of petroleum production from a 900 by 900 m sub-domain within the reservoir analog illustrate the possible influence of faults and fractures on production. The consequences of incorporating the impact of different stress states (e.g., extension, compression or lithostatic) are also explored. Simulating multiphase fluid flow using a discrete fracture, finite element simulator illustrates how faults acting as conduits might be poorly represented by the upscaling procedures used to assign equivalent permeability values within reservoir models. The parallelized reservoir simulators developed during this project provide a vehicle to evaluate when it might be necessary to incorporate very fine scale grid networks in conventional reservoir simulators or to use finely gridded discrete fracture reservoir simulators.

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