Cased-Hole Log Analysis and Reservoir Performance Monitoring by Richard M. Bateman

By Richard M. Bateman

This booklet addresses very important concerns, akin to the overview of shale fuel reservoirs and their creation. issues comprise the cased-hole logging atmosphere, reservoir fluid homes; stream regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. creation logging charts and tables are incorporated within the appendices. The paintings serves as a complete reference for construction engineers with upstream E&P businesses, good logging provider corporation staff, collage scholars, and petroleum education professionals.

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4). What, therefore, distinguishes one type of reservoir from another? What kind of production may be expected from a multicomponent hydrocarbon system? The answers lie in the starting and ending points on a pressure–­temperature plot and their positions relative to the envelope between the bubble-point and dew-point lines. 20 3 Reservoir Fluid Properties Fig. 3 Phase behavior of a multicomponent system. Courtesy Schlumberger Fig. 4 Bubble-point and dew-point determination for a multicomponent system.

Gas is highly compressible, hence downhole gas flow rates will be much smaller than those recorded on surface at standard conditions. Thus we have: qgwf = qgsc * Bg However, the fact must also be taken into account that there are really three sources of the gas seen at the surface. Some will have come out of solution in the oil and/or water and some will be free gas at reservoir conditions (assuming reservoir pressure is below the bubble-point). 8 illustrates these concepts. In order to calculate downhole flow rates from the surface rates a series of charts may be used.

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