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

By Richard M. Bateman

This booklet addresses important concerns, reminiscent of the review of shale fuel reservoirs and their construction. issues contain the cased-hole logging surroundings, reservoir fluid houses; circulate regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. construction logging charts and tables are incorporated within the appendices. The paintings serves as a complete reference for creation engineers with upstream E&P businesses, good logging provider corporation staff, college scholars, and petroleum education professionals.

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I. 75 and 11 Bg 2. ReadpFgw! 13cm/cc. 140, as in small diagram. 16 Gas Density. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. Oil The bubble-point pressure is a critical item of data. It is used to make many of the estimates necessary for correct prediction of downhole conditions during the planning of production logging and/or interpretation of the results. S, Pwf, ,,/0' and ,,/g. 18 combines all these factors on one chart. BUBBLE-POINT PRESSURE. 7. 40 API. 200°F. 1000 cUB. Find Pb psi. 04 Q) (/) 0 0. 01 u 0.

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 dewpoint lines. 5 shows a plot of pressure vs. temperature for an oil-producing reservoir. 3 Phase Behavior of a Multicomponent System. Courtesy Schlum- berger Well Services. above the critical pressure. The multicomponent hydrocarbon therefore exists as an undersaturated liquid.

6 and 1. 7 lines. 5. 828. FIGURE 3. 14 Natural-Gas Deviation Factor. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Sen·ices; after Standing and Katz 1942. 49 3. - =(.!. f 80 PIC 1,000 5,000 0. 2 4S0 250 SOO Find IIBg . Given: Pwf = Twf Z = = 140 kg/ sq em . 93°C. 828. 1. Enter PWf seale at 140 kg/sq em. 2. Follow lines as in small diagram. 2. Read IIBg = 135. 15 Gas Formation Volume Factor. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. 15. Note that values for T in the above equation must be in degrees Rankin (OR). To convert from Farenheit to Rankin, use: OR OF = + 460.

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