Thursday, January 10, 2019

Petroleum Engineering Handbook (Volume-IV)

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Production Operations Engineering, Vol. IV of the new Petroleum Engineering Handbook, is designed to replace the production engineering chapters found in the 1987 edition of the Handbook. There have been significant changes in technology and operating practices in the past 20 years, and these new chapters will bring you up to date in the areas of design, equipment selection, and operation procedures for most oil and gas wells.

The 16 chapters in this volume are divided into three groups: well completions, formation damage and stimulation, and artificial lift. Related subjects may be found in the other volumes of the Handbook, and specific data on equipment can be found in the American Petroleum Institute (API) Specifications and Recommended Practices or the International Organization for Standards (ISO) documents. Many of these chapters are interrelated, and references are made to other chapters. For example, tubing movement is not covered in the chapter on tubing but in the chapter on completion design. In general, the necessary tables and figures are included to make the design, but specific manufacturer data may have to be obtained from the vendors. Computer programs for design are not included, but in most cases, example problems in design are covered.

1. Inflow and Outfl ow Performance
2. Completion Systems
3. Tubing Selection, Design, and Installation
4. Perforating
5. Sand Control
6. Formation Damage
7. Matrix Acidizing
8. Hydraulic Fracturing
9. Well Production Problems
10. Artificial Lift Systems
11. Sucker-Rod Lift
12. Gas Lift
13. Electrical Submersible Pumps
14. Hydraulic Pumping in Oil Wells
15. Progressing Cavity Pumping Systems
16. Plunger Lift
Author Index
Subject Index

Author Details
"Larry W. Lake", Editor-in-Chief
U. of Texas at Austin

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