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  1. USGS methodology for assessing continuous petroleum resources

    Charpentier, Ronald R.
    Reston, Virginia : U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2011.

    Online purl.fdlp.gov

  2. Inverse theory for petroleum reservoir characterization and history matching [electronic resource]

    Oliver, Dean Stuart
    Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.

    Online Ebook Central

  3. Streamline numerical well test interpretation [electronic resource] : theory and method

    Jun, Yao.
    1st ed. - Waltham, MA. : Gulf Professional, c2011.

    The conventional and modern well test interpretation methods are an important tool in the petroleum engineer's toolkit. Used in the exploration and discovery phase of a field, they are performed to determine the quality of a well or to permit estimation of producing rates at different producing pressures. However once a field enters the middle and later development phase, the reservoir flow environment grows increasingly complex and conventional or modern methods do not satisfy the needs of old field development and evaluation. Based on over 10 years of field and research experience, "Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation Theory and Method" provides an effective method for the determination of residual oil distribution for the middle and mature phases of a field. One of the most advanced books available, the author explains the development history of well test theory, analyzes the limitation of modern well test interpretation method, and proposes the concept and framework of numerical well test. This is quickly followed by an introduction of basic principles and solution procedures of streamline numerical simulation theory and method. This book then systematically applies streamline numerical well test interpretation models to a multitude of reservoir types, ranging from single layer reservoir to multi-layer reservoirs. This book presents multi-parameter streamline numerical well test automatic match interpretation method based on double-population genetic algorithm, which lays the foundation to fast automatic match of numerical well test. This book introduces streamline numerical well test interpretation software with independent intellectual property right which is programmed based on the above theoretical studies. It features: single and muti-layer sandstone water flooding reservoirs; and, Multi-layer sandstone chemical flooding model and components. This title explains the application of streamline numerical well test and software. It applies programmed software to 177 wells. It helps you to quickly calculate the distribution of pressure, saturation and streamline. It covers all kinds of numerical well test interpretation models. It also helps you to avoid the disadvantages of conventional well test and numerical well test interpretation method. It includes complete tutorial on streamline numerical well test interpretation software.

    Online ScienceDirect

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