review of reservoir rock compressibility and its relationship to oil and gas recovery

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Institute of Petroleum , London
StatementJ.D.T. Scorer [and] F.G. Miller.
ContributionsMiller, F. G., Institute of Petroleum.
The Physical Object
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Get this from a library. A review of reservoir-rock compressibility, and its relationship to oil and gas recovery. [J D T Scorer; Frank G Miller].

The total, or effective, compressibility of any reservoir rock is a resultof two separate factors, namely, expansion of the individual rock grains, asthe surrounding fluid pressure decreases, and. The reservoir rock is the material in which oil and gas are found; it consists chiefly of sandstones, limestones, and dolomites.

No one of these rocks seems to be favored ahead of the others, for large pools are found in each and in all combinations of them. the gas flow and recovery in uncon ventional reservoirs is made. Factors influencing the gas flow and recov ery are investigated in detail for mathematical simulation process.

Petroleum Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties (2nd Edition) Dandekar, Abhijit Y. While teaching the Numerical Methods for Engineers course over the last 15 years, the author found a need for a new textbook, one that was less elementary, provided applications and problems better suited for chemical engineers, and contained instruction in Visual.

Gas compressibility factor is also called “deviation factor” or “z-factor.” Its value reflects how much the real gas deviates from the ideal gas at a given pressure and temperature.

Definition of the compressibility factor is expressed as. z = V a c t u a l V i d e a l g a s. Introducing the z-factor to the gas law for ideal gas results.

Petrophysics: Theory and Practice of Measuring Reservoir Rock and Fluid Transport Properties, Fourth Edition provides users with tactics that will help them understand rock-fluid interaction, a fundamental step that is necessary for all reservoir engineers to grasp in order to achieve the highest reservoir performance.

The book brings the most comprehensive coverage on the. The compressibility of formation is a measure of the rate of change of pore volume with change of reservoir pressure.

As oil and gas are produced, reservoir pressure declines resulting in the reduction of bulk as well as pore volume of rock due to the enormous pressure exerted by overlying geologic strata.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Geology in Petroleum Production.4/5(2). A series of rock compressibility measurement experiments have been conducted, and the quantitative relationship between effective stress and rock compressibility is accurately described in this paper.

In the experiment, the defects in previous experiments were eliminated by using a new-type core holder. PROBLEM The following data are taken from an oil field that had no original gas cap and no water drive Oil pore volume of reservoir = 75 MM cu ft.

Material balance analysis is an interpretation method used to determine original fluids-in-place (OFIP) based on production and static pressure data. The general material balance equation relates the original oil, gas, and water in the reservoir to production volumes and current pressure conditions / fluid properties.

Full text of "Dandekar, Abhijit Y. Petroleum Reservoir Rock And Fluid Properties 2nd Edition" See other formats. RTA for shale gas and shale oil multi-fractured horizontal wells.

The rate and pressure transient data are studied for two multi-fractured wells, one in a shale oil reservoir (well O1) and one in a shale gas reservoir (well G2), to show applications of RTA in.

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A., Perego, A.D., et al. () Exponential vs. Hyperbolic Decline in Tight Gas Sands: Understanding the Origin and Implications for Reserve. and oil reservoirs. In a gas reservoir (top), only gas exists initially. Producing the gas to separator conditions creates a mixture of gas and condensed oil.

In a retrograde gas condensate reservoir (middle), temperature is below the cricon- dentherm, causing oil to condense as pres- sure decreases. In an oil reservoir above bubble point.

Advanced Reservoir Engineering. Chapter 4 covers the basic principle oil recovery mechanisms and the various forms of the material balance equation. cw, and cg refer to the.

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surface can not be used as a quantitative measure of saturation of oil, gas and water in the reservoir.

However, if water based mud is used the presence of oil in the core indicates that the rock information is oil bearing. When the core arrives in the laboratory plugs are usually drilled cm apart throughout the reservoir Size: KB. Purchase Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: A Geologic-Engineering Analysis, Part I, Volume 30 - 1st Edition.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. where k is the permeability, k 0 is the initial permeability, C f is the cleat compressibility, σ is the effective horizontal stress, σ 0 is the initial effective horizontal stress, ε V is the volumetric swelling/shrinkage strain, ν is the Poisson’s ratio, E is the Young’s modulus, p is the pore pressure, and p 0 is the initial pore pressure 8, One important aspect of by: 5.

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Reorganized for easy use, Reservoir Engineering Handbook, Fourth Edition provides an up-to-date reference to the tools, techniques, and science for predicting oil reservoir performance even in the most difficult fields.

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Contents Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxvii 1 Introduction 1 Petroleum Reservoirs 2 Petroleum Composition 5 Origin, Accumulation, and Migration of Petroleum 5 History of Reservoir Engineering 7 Reservoir Life Cycle 8 Reservoir Management Goal 9 Reservoir Management Process 10 Reservoir Engineers' Functions 12 Scope and Objectives 13 Organization of the Book.

or the line source form, is based on properties at the at the initial reservoir pressure, Pi, thus. 2 = The rock compressibility, Cf, entering total compressibility Ct is as well calculated at initial reservoir pressure, Pi.

A relationship exists between E and Cf and is Author: Usman Habu Taura, Babagana Gutti, Majed Alharbi. The cleat compressibility of coal is a key parameter that is extensively used in modeling the coal reservoir permeability for Coal Bed Methane (CBM) recovery.

Cleat compressibility is often Cited by: 5. This article provides a comprehensive review of the state-of-art in the area of artificial intelligence applications to solve reservoir engineering problems.

Research works including proxy model development, artificial-intelligence-assisted history-matching, project design, and optimization, etc.

are presented to demonstrate the robustness of the intelligence : Turgay Ertekin, Qian Sun. Permeability and diffusivity are critical parameters of tight reservoir rocks that determine their viability for commercial development.

Current methods for measuring permeability and/or diffusivity may lead to erroneous results when applied to very tight rocks including gas shales, coal, and tight gas sands, as well as rocks considered as seals for nuclear waste repositories Cited by:   US Shale Gas Boom has sparked a previously unimaginable interest for energy-related companies worldwide.

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In Secondary Recovery of Oil in the United States, 3– New York: API. ↑ Garrison, A.D.

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Selective Wetting of Reservoir Rock and Its Relation to Oil Production. API Drilling and Production Practice (): – ↑ Lane, A.C. and Gordon, W.C. Mine Waters and Their.