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Reservoir Management Session 3 w solutions.pdf

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Reservoir Management Section 3 Colorado School of Mines In Egypt L Chorn, PhD, MBA Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering AGENDA ã Fluid flow in porous media (conclusion) ã Radius of investigation ã Principle of Superposition ã Horner’s Approximation ã Example problems ã Reserves, Resources, and Speculative Potential ã Definitions ã Movements (Section 3, Part 2) ã Estimation (Section 3, Part 3) Brief Review of Flow in Porous Media (Part 2) Applications to Developed field interrogati
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  Reservoir Management Section 3 Colorado School of MinesIn EgyptL Chorn, PhD, MBAAssociate Professor of Petroleum Engineering  AGENDA ã Fluid flow in porous media (conclusion) ã Radius of investigation ã Principle of Superposition ãHorner’s Approximationã Example problems ã Reserves, Resources,and Speculative Potential ã Definitions ã Movements (Section 3, Part 2) ã Estimation (Section 3, Part 3)  Brief Review of Flow in Porous Media (Part 2) Applications to Developed field interrogationRadius of Investigation This term implies the distance that a pressure transient has moved into a formation following a rate change in the well. This distance is related to formation rock and fluid properties and elapsed time. 1)The pressure transient moves further into the reservoir as flow time increases. There is always a point in the reservoir beyond which the drawdown in pressure from the srcinal value is negligible.2)The pressure at the wellbore decreases steadily with increasing flow time; likewise,  pressures at other locations also decrease with time.  Brief Review of Flow in Porous Media (Part 2) Applications to Developed field interrogationRadius of Investigation This allows us to determine the length of time required to conduct a well test to insure we have acquired the proper data. It only applies to cylindrical, isotropic reservoirs. 2/1  948       t i ckt r    

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