Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Produk Detail:
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 344 pages
  • ISBN : 0080929613
  • Rating : /5 from reviews
CLICK HERE TO GET THIS BOOK >>>Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Download or Read online Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Fred Aminzadeh and published by Newnes which was released on 09 December 2013 with total page 344 pages. We cannot guarantee that Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers focuses on the applications of geophysics in addressing petroleum engineering problems. It explores the complementary features of geophysical techniques in better understanding, characterizing, producing and monitoring reservoirs. This book introduces engineers to geophysical methods so that they can communicate with geophysicist colleagues and appreciate the benefits of their work. These chapters describe fundamentals of geophysical techniques, their physical bases, their applications and limitations, as well as possible pitfalls in their misuse. Case study examples illustrate the integration of geophysical data with various other data types for predicting and describing reservoir rocks and fluid properties. The examples come from all over the world, with several case histories from the fields in the Middle East. Introduces geophysical methods to engineers Helps understanding, characterizing, producing and monitoring of geophysical techniques Updates the changing needs of reservoir engineering

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers focuses on the applications of geophysics in addressing petroleum engineering problems. It explores the complementary features of geophysical techniques in better understanding, characterizing, producing and monitoring reservoirs. This book introduces engineers to geophysical methods so that they can communicate with geophysicist colleagues and appreciate the benefits of their work. These chapters describe fundamentals of geophysical techniques, their physical bases, their applications and limitations, as well as possible pitfalls in their misuse. Case study examples illustrate the

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysical techniques apply the principles of physics for study of physical responses of rocks under passive or active perturbation. Geophysical data acquisition, processing and interpretation are driven by established scientific principles. Data from geophysical tools provide coverage with spatially continuous high density measurements. Well data like cores and well logs provide vertically high resolution measurements at the well location, however, the distribution of wells is sparse and discontinuous. The detailed spatial coverage from geophysical data are calibrated with analysis of

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysical methods are being applied that are specifically relevant to the exploration of and production from unconventional reservoirs. While many of the techniques have common applications for both conventional and unconventional reservoirs, there are also some significant differences in focus. Much of the unconventional reservoirs are from shale formations. Characterizing of fracture system in such reservoirs is of prime importance not only to identify the “sweet spots” for well placement but also for optimum drilling and production from such fractured

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

The process of drilling an oil or gas well requires knowledge of all geologic features expected to be encountered along the way—from the surface of the ground to the target reservoir. Thus, in addition to steering the well so as to intersect hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs, the reservoir engineer must assure to a reasonable degree of confidence that the well drills successfully and safely to the target. Geophysical measurements help ensure a successful drilling program. 3D seismic provides a picture of

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Origin of petroleum begins with the formation of organic matter, burial of organic matter in a basin maturation of the organic content with pressure temperature at burial depths. Petroleum system includes source rocks, reservoir rocks, reservoir traps, migration paths, seals etc. Hydrocarbons mature in source rocks migrate into reservoirs. Reservoir rocks are containers of hydrocarbons with sufficient interconnected pore spaces, these are sedimentary rocks clastic (sandstone shale), carbonate rocks. Migration pathways for matured hydrocarbons- migration is in separate phases from

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

In most oil exploration and production problems, we deal with limited and incomplete data. We are constantly trying to extrapolate information from sparse measurements, for example, sparse well data and limited core measurements on the one hand and large volumes of seismic data with limited spatial resolution on the other hand. We resort to statistical methods to accomplish the data extrapolation and the integration of diverse data sets in constructing a coherent and meaningful model of the subsurface. Traditional statistical

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Petrophysical analysis of well logs and cores provide information about formation rocks and fluids in the borehole. Various types of well logs measure different properties in the well. Analysis of the data determines the volume of hydrocarbons present in a reservoir, and its potential to flow through the reservoir rock into the wellbore. This helps us to understand and optimize the producibility of a reservoir. When oil and gas wells are drilled, physical property measurements are taken using specialized geophysical

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Accurate reservoir characterization is a key step in developing, monitoring, and managing a reservoir and optimizing production. To achieve accuracy and to ensure that all the information available at any given time is incorporated in the reservoirmodel, reservoir characterizationmust be dynamic. To achieve this goal, however, one starts with a simple model of the reservoir at a given time point (a static model). As new petrophysical, seismic, and production data become available, the reservoir model is updated to account for

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers
  • Author : Fred Aminzadeh,Shivaji N. Dasgupta
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 09 December 2013
GET THIS BOOK Geophysics for Petroleum Engineers

Monitoring or surveillance of reservoir fluids during the producing life of a field and mapping of oil–water and gas–oil interface are necessary for understanding the fluid dynamics. This information would allow improving developmental plans, locate production and injection wells, and optimize reservoir management. Engineers would like to have information between the well control for field-wide surveillance of fluid front. This would permit forecasting arrival of water in a producing well or understanding the effectiveness of sweep from the

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering
  • Author : John R. Fanchi,Richard L. Christiansen
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 13 September 2016
GET THIS BOOK Introduction to Petroleum Engineering

Presents key concepts and terminology for a multidisciplinary range of topics in petroleum engineering Places oil and gas production in the global energy context Introduces all of the key concepts that are needed to understand oil and gas production from exploration through abandonment Reviews fundamental terminology and concepts from geology, geophysics, petrophysics, drilling, production and reservoir engineering Includes many worked practical examples within each chapter and exercises at the end of each chapter highlight and reinforce material in the chapter

Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum Engineering
  • Author : Source Wikipedia
  • Publisher : University-Press.org
  • Release : 01 September 2013
GET THIS BOOK Petroleum Engineering

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Annular velocity, Apparent viscosity, Bell nipple, Casing head, Cement bond log, Conductor pipe, Corrected d-exponent, Crown block, Department of Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics, NTNU, Desander, Deviation survey, Directional well, Drilling rig, ECLIPSE (reservoir simulator), Engineers India Limited, Estimated pore pressure, European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, Flow line, Flow

Oil and Gas Exploration

Oil and Gas Exploration
  • Author : Said Gaci,Olga Hachay
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 13 February 2017
GET THIS BOOK Oil and Gas Exploration

Oil and Gas Exploration: Methods and Application presents a summary of new results related to oil and gas prospecting that are useful for theoreticians and practical professionals. The study of oil and gas complexes and intrusions occurring in sedimentary basins is crucial for identifying the location of oil and gas fields and for making accurate predictions on oil findings. Volume highlights include: Advanced geophysical techniques for achieving hydrocarbon exploration efficiency from beneath the Earth Discussion of theoretical and practical approaches