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Economides. M and Hill. A Petroleum Production Systems

Авторы:Economides. M and Hill. A

Название:Petroleum Production Systems

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Год издания: 1993г.

The Role of Petroleum Production Engineering
Components of the Petroleum Production System
Well Productivity and Production Engineering
Units and Conversions
Production from Undersaturated Oil Reservoirs
Transient Flow of Undersaturated Oil
Steady-State Well Performance
Pseudosteady-State Flow
Wells Draining Irregular Patterns
Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR)
Horizontal Well Production
Impact of Skin Effect on Horizontal Well Performance
Effects of Water Production. Relative Permeability
Production from Two-Phase Reservoirs
Properties of Saturated Oils
Two-Phase Flow in a Reservoir
Oil Inflow Performance for a Two-Phase Reservoir
Generalized Vogel Inflow Performance
Fetkovich’s Approximation
Production from Natural Gas Reservoirs
Correlations and Useful Calculations for Natural Gases
Approximations of Gas Well Deliverability
Gas Well Deliverability for Non-Darcy Flow
Transient Flow of a Gas Well
Horizontal Well IPR in a Gas Reservoir
The Near-Wellbore Condition and Damage Characterization;
Skin Effects
Hawkins Formula
The Skin Components
Skin from Partial Completion and Slant
Well Perforation and Skin Effect
Horizontal Well Damage Skin Effect
Formation Damage Mechanisms
Sources of Formation Damage During Well Operations
Gravel Pack Completions
Gravel Pack Placement
Gravel and Screen Design
Productivity of Gravel Packed Wells
Gravel Pack Evaluation
Wellbore Flow Performance
Single-Phase Flow of an Incompressible, Newtonian Fluid
Single-Phase Flow of a Compressible, Newtonian Fluid
Multiphase Flow in Wells
Well Deliverability
Combination of Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR) and Vertical Lift Performance (VLP)
IPR and VLP of Two-Phase Reservoirs
IPR and VLP in Gas Reservoirs
Forecast of Well Production
Transient Production Rate Forecast
Material Balance for an Undersaturated Reservoir and Production
Forecast under Pseudo-Steady-State Conditions
The General Material Balance for Oil Reservoirs
Production Forecast from a Two-Phase Reservoir:
Solution Gas Drive
Gas Material Balance and Forecast of Gas Well Performance 203
Wellhead and Surface Gathering Systems
Flow in Horizontal Pipes
Flow Through Chokes
Surface Gathering Systems
Well Test Design and Data Acquisition
Well Test Objectives
Pressure Gauge Characteristics
Test Design
Well Diagnosis With Production Logging
Abnormally Low Productivity
Excessive Gas or Water Production
Use of Production Logging for Well Treatment Evaluation
Injection Well Diagnosis
Matrix Acidizing: Acid/Rock Interactions
Acid-Mineral Reaction Stoichiometry
Acid-Mineral Reaction Kinetics
Acid Transport to the Mineral Surface
Precipitation of Acid Reaction Products
Sandstone Acidizing Design
Acid Selection
Acid Volume and Injection Rate
Fluid Placement and Diversion
Preflush and Postflush Design
Acid Additives
Acidizing Treatment Operations
Acidizing of Horizontal Wells
Carbonate Acidizing Design
Wormhole Formation and Growth
Matrix Acidizing Design for Carbonates
Acid Fracturing
Hydraulic Fracturing for Well Stimulation
In-Situ Stresses
Fracture Direction
Length, Conductivity and Equivalent Skin Effect
Modeling of Fracture Geometry
Height Migration
Fluid Volume Requirements
Proppant Schedule
Propped Fracture Width
Design of Hydraulic Fracture Treatments
Design Considerations for Fracturing Fluids
Proppant Selection for Fracture Design
Fracture Design and Fracture Propagation Issues
Net Present Value (NPV) for Hydraulic Fracture Design
Parametric Studies
Fracture Design with Uncertainty: The Monte Carlo Technique
Evaluating the Performance of Fractured and Long-flowing Wells
Pretreatment Testing of Hydraulic Fracture Candidate Wells
Transient Response of a Hydraulically Fractured Well
Choked Fractures
Fracture Face Damage
Fractured Vertical versus Horizontal Wells
Performance of Fractured Horizontal Wells
Interpretation of Surface Rate and Pressure Data
Decline Curve Analysis
Gas Lift
Natural versus Artificial Flowing Gradient
Pressure of Injected Gas
Power Requirements for Gas Compressors
Impact of Increase of Gas Injection Rate; Sustaining of Oil Rate with Reservoir Pressure Decline
Maximum Production Rate with Gas Lift
Gas-Lift Performance Curve
Gas-Lift Requirements versus Time
Pump-Assisted Lift
Positive Displacement Pumps
Dynamic Displacement Pumps
Selection of Artificial Lift Method;
Gas-Lift versus Pump-Assisted Lift
Systems Analysis
Pressure Drop Components of the System
System Design and Diagnosis
Environmental Concerns in Petroleum Production Engineering Introduction
Wastes Generated in Production Operations
Operating Issues—Handling Oilfield Wastes
Arctic Environments
Appendix A: Well in an Undersaturated Oil Formation
Appendix B: Well in a Two-Phase Reservoir
Appendix C: Well in a Natural Gas Reservoir

Appendix D: Nomenclature

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