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J Pet Technol 71 (01): 32–36.
Paper Number: SPE-0119-0032-JPT
Published: 01 January 2019
...% of the oil in conventional reservoirs. Terry Palisch, director for completions, said it is time to figure how to maximize production with the best combination of well spacing and completion designs in unconventional plays. Ramona Graves, director of academia, is seeing a world of petroleum engineering...
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J Pet Technol 69 (08): 28–31.
Paper Number: SPE-0817-0028-JPT
Published: 01 August 2017
...Stephen Rassenfoss BP is working to push digital rock testing into the mainstream of conventional development. The latest step in its decade-long journey was a deal with Exa, a software firm that partnered with BP to develop a program modeling two-phase flow in conventional reservoirs based on data...
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J Pet Technol 67 (09): 68–70.
Paper Number: SPE-0915-0068-JPT
Published: 01 September 2015
... will swell and its viscosity lowers enough so that it moves through the rock. “It demonstrates that oil can be extracted and that CO 2 can also permeate the rocks,” Sorenson said. This is different from CO 2 flooding in conventional reservoirs in which the goal is to displace the oil and sweep...
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J Pet Technol 63 (07): 99–100.
Paper Number: SPE-0711-0099-JPT
Published: 01 July 2011
.... Unlike conventional reservoirs, whose areal extent is limited and discontinuous (e.g., fluvial channels can appear and disappear), shale plays extend over many square miles. Drilling a well is almost guaranteed to be successful in penetrating a particular shale formation, but this does not mean the well...
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J Pet Technol 62 (12): 42–48.
Paper Number: SPE-1210-0042-JPT
Published: 01 December 2010
... a conventional reservoir. The US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Energy Information Administration (EIA) defines the total natural-gas resource base as all of the gas that has ever been trapped inside the Earth, including the volumes that have already been produced. The part of the total natural-gas resource base...
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J Pet Technol 62 (10): 52–54.
Paper Number: SPE-1010-0052-JPT
Published: 01 October 2010
... for conventional reservoirs. Challenges to Development It is important to target zones that show the greatest structural and sedimentary heterogeneity, where higher permeability creates promising pay zones. However, detecting these zones is very difficult because of limited variation in the nature of the rock...
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J Pet Technol 55 (10): 51–52.
Paper Number: SPE-1003-0051-JPT
Published: 01 October 2003
... oil & gas type 3 oil reservoir fractured reservoir correlation ultimate recovery factor storage capacity enhanced recovery type 2 porosity fractured oil reservoir reservoir conventional reservoir permeability Reservoir Performance Fractured-Reservoir Recovery Factors: Lessons From...
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J Pet Technol 37 (07): 1308–1314.
Paper Number: SPE-11647-PA
Published: 01 July 1985
... reservoirs. Tight gas reservoirs exhibit several unique characteristics compared with conventional reservoirs. One of the most significant differences is that conventional reservoirs have a reasonably consistent relationship between porosity and permeability, whereas tight reservoirs may or may not exhibit...
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J Pet Technol 34 (09): 2167–2170.
Paper Number: SPE-10331-PA
Published: 01 September 1982
...R.A. Nelson Summary Fractured reservoirs are much more difficult and expensive to evaluate than more conventional reservoirs. In evaluating fractured reservoirs, a particular sequence of study is shown to be effective. This evaluation sequence leads the evaluator to delineate the fracture system...
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J Pet Technol 34 (07): 1600–1608.
Paper Number: SPE-9846-PA
Published: 01 July 1982
... reservoir types: conventional reservoirs in coastal deposits are illustrated with an example from the Eagle Sandstone in Tiger Ridge field. Bearpaw Mountains area, north-central Montana (Fig. 1 ); shelf sandstone reservoirs of intermediate quality are exemplified by a coarsening-upward sequence...

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