By Richard M. Bateman

This booklet addresses very important matters, reminiscent of the overview of shale gasoline reservoirs and their creation. subject matters contain the cased-hole logging setting, reservoir fluid houses; circulation regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. creation logging charts and tables are integrated within the appendices. The paintings serves as a accomplished reference for construction engineers with upstream E&P businesses, good logging carrier corporation staff, college scholars, and petroleum education professionals.

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1. On the graph, pressure is plotted against volume, and the resulting curve is called the vapor–pressure curve. As the pressure on a fixed mass of hydrocarbon liquid is reduced, its volume increases slightly until the bubble-point is reached. Further increasing the volume available leaves the pressure constant and more and more of the liquid hydrocarbon converts to the gaseous phase. As the volume continues to increase, eventually the dew-point is reached and no further liquid hydrocarbon is present; from then on, further increases in volume result in reductions in pressure.

Courtesy Schlumberger Oil Formation Volumes Factor 45 Oil viscosity at downhole well flowing conditions (μowf) can conveniently be derived using this chart. For example, if the starting points are: γo = 30° API, Twf = 200 °F, pb = 1,700 psia, pwf = 2,700 psia, Rsb = 400 cf/B Then: 1. Enter ordinate at γosc = 30° API 2 . Go right to Twf = 200 °F (Point A) 3. Go down to Rsb = 400 (Point B) 4. 0 cp (Point C) 5. Since pwf > pb, μowf > μob. 07 cp/1,000 psi (Point E) 6. 15 μob and μowf Given: γosc = 40° API, Twf = 190 °F, Rsb = 1,000 cf/B, ∆p = 1,000 psi a.

6 b. 11 a. 9 b. 12 a. Co = 10 × 10−6 b. 13 a. 43 b. 15 a. 2 cp b. 16 a. qowf = 80 BOPD b. qwwf = 306 BWPD c.  Natural gasoline and the volatile hydrocarbons. Tulsa: Natural Gas Association of America; 1948.  Fundamentals of reservoir engineering. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press; 1953.  Pressure–volume–temperature and solubility relations for natural-gas– water mixture.  Washington, DC: American Petroleum Institute; 1944.  173–9. Fluid Conversions in Production Log Interpretation, Schlumberger Limited, New York; 1974.

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