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SPE Form Eval 12 (04): 255–262.
Paper Number: SPE-36518-PA
Published: 01 December 1997
... starting the procedure. The method homogenizes permeability in one particular direction while assuming no communication or perfect communication in the other directions. The procedure then is repeated for all directions. The harmonic and arithmetic averaging equations for steady- state radial flow...
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SPE Form Eval 12 (03): 202–207.
Paper Number: SPE-35497-PA
Published: 01 September 1997
.... This quantification had to honor the various fluid contacts, the fluid gradients, and log observations, such as water up to, gas down to, and geochemical core analysis. We evaluated the degree of communication between drilled fault Segments by determining probabilities of static-pressure communication between...
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SPE Form Eval 11 (03): 163–169.
Paper Number: SPE-30533-PA
Published: 01 September 1996
... in reservoir quality, owing to shale-out and severe cementation. 1 11 1995 16 7 1996 17 7 1996 1 9 1996 1 9 1996 Copyright 1996, Society of Petroleum Engineers communication reservoir reservoir quality structural geology composition reservoir characterization shale...
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SPE Form Eval 8 (02): 153–158.
Paper Number: SPE-22965-PA
Published: 01 June 1993
...David M. Braisted; Richard M. Spengler; Ralph A. Youie Summary Pulse testing was used in the Fortescue field to clarify reservoir geometries and fluid communication pathways. The high communication levels demonstrated in the test data required a nonstandard analysis of the pressure responses...
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SPE Form Eval 8 (01): 65–70.
Paper Number: SPE-19642-PA
Published: 01 March 1993
... evidence of a preferred flow direction toward the southwest. In addition, they confirm the existence of communication across the shoal margin between foreslope and back reef facies and provide insight into the different flow characteristics inherent to the back reef and shoal margin. Excellent results were...
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SPE Form Eval 6 (03): 284–290.
Paper Number: SPE-19838-PA
Published: 01 September 1991
... form permeable zones parallel to bedding planes that extend laterally for large distances. The most highly fractured zones correspond to areas with the greatest rate of change in structured dip. Initially, it was not known whether the Ekofisk and Tor formations were in communication...
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SPE Form Eval 5 (01): 46–52.
Paper Number: SPE-18544-PA
Published: 01 March 1990
... into the upper layer. The upper layer comprises h 1 , k 1 , and ϕ 1 ; the lower layer is h 2 , k 2 , and ϕ 2 ·The parameter b is used to represent the fraction of the lower layer that is in vertical communication with the upper layer and to measure the degree of crossflow. Figure 1 Schematic...
Includes: Supplementary Content
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SPE Form Eval 4 (04): 595–603.
Paper Number: SPE-15132-PA
Published: 01 December 1989
... 1 12 1989 1 12 1989 Copyright 1989, Society of Petroleum Engineers upstream oil & gas flow capacity communication pressure transient analysis line-source solution layer rate reservoir equation active well skin factor pod dimensionless time group drillstem/well...
Includes: Supplementary Content
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SPE Form Eval 2 (01): 9–28.
Paper Number: SPE-12844-PA
Published: 01 March 1987
... of production—constant wellbore pressure and constant rate—are considered. In the first part, the fractures are assumed to communicate only at the wellbore. The results given in this section are intended to provide engineers with analytical capabilities to examine responses in wells where the layers that have...
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SPE Form Eval 1 (06): 547–556.
Paper Number: SPE-11968-PA
Published: 01 December 1986
... that planning for an improved recovery program should begin as soon as possible. Knowledge regarding the degree of communication in the reservoir, the magnitude of any directional permeability trend, and the interwell reservoir properties would be needed to select a suitable reservoir management method. A large...

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