Natural gas reservoir engineering
This text/reference presents concepts and applications of reservoir engineering principles essential to the optimum development of natural gas reservoirs. Using a systems approach, it explores how a change in any component of the field production system affects the performance of other components. Topics include abnormally pressured gas reserves, gas well testing, and optimum gas field development strategies.
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ESTIMATION OF GAS RESERVES
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abandonment pressure aquifer bottom-hole pressure buildup calculated caverns CN CN CN cn m m compressibility condensate connate water constant cumulative gas cumulative production Darcy's law decline curve decline rate deliverability curve depletion determine dimensionless drawdown equation estimate flow period flow rate fracture gas deviation factor gas flow gas gravity gas in place gas reserves gas reservoir gas-condensate reservoir graph hydrocarbons initial gas injected isochronal test liquid log-log graph material balance Mcfd method MMscfd natural gas o o o o o obtained oo oo OOOOO OOOOO Ov Ov permeability Petroleum pipeline plot porosity ppppp ppppp pressure drop production rate pseudo-pressure psia pwf2 ratio real gas recovery ri ri ri saturation semilog graph shut-in skin effect slope specific gravity Table versus viscosity volumetric water influx wellbore wellhead z-factor