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Petroleum Engineering: Principles and Practice


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The need for this book has arisen from demand for a current text from our students in Petroleum Engineering at Imperial College and from post-experience Short Course students. It is, however, hoped that the material will also be of more general use to practising petroleum engineers and those wishing for aa introduction into the specialist literature. The book is arranged to provide both background and overview into many facets of petroleum engineering, particularly as practised in the offshore environments of North West Europe. The material is largely based on the authors' experience as teachers and consultants and is supplemented by worked problems where they are believed to enhance understanding. The authors would like to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to all the people who have helped in the preparation of this book by technical comment and discussion and by giving permission to reproduce material. In particular we would like to thank our present colleagues and students at Imperial College and at ERC Energy Resource Consultants Ltd. for their stimulating company, Jill and Janel for typing seemingly endless manuscripts; Dan Smith at Graham and Trotman Ltd. for his perseverence and optimism; and Lesley and Joan for believing that one day things would return to normality. John S. Archer and Colin G. Wall 1986 ix Foreword Petroleum engineering has developed as an area of study only over the present century. It now provides the technical basis for the exploitation of petroleum fluids in subsurface sedimentary rock reservoirs.

Content:-
Preface
Foreword
CHAPTER 1: Introduction
CHAPTER 2: Reservoirs
CHAPTER 3: Oilwell Drilling
CHAPTER 4: Properties of Reservoir Fluids
CHAPTER 5: Characteristics of Reservoir Rocks
CHAPTER 6: Fluid Saturation: influence of wettability and capillary pressure
CHAPTER 7: Relative permeability and multi phase flow in porous media
CHAPTER 8: Representation of volumetric estimates and recoverable reserves
CHAPTER 9: Radial Flow Analysis of Well Performance
CHAPTER 10: Reservoir Performance Analysis
CHAPTER 11: Secondary Recovery and Pressure Maintenance
CHAPTER 12: Improved Hydrocarbon Recovery
CHAPTER 13: Factors Influencing Production Operations
CHAPTER 14: Concepts in Reservoir Modelling and Application to Development Planning
APPENDIX 1. SPE Nomenclature and Units
APPENDIX 2. Solutions to Examples in Text
INDEX

Author Details
"J S ARCHER"

"C G WALL"




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