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J Pet Technol 54 (02): 51.
Paper Number: SPE-0202-0051-JPT
Published: 01 February 2002
... and Exhibition, New Orleans, 30 September- 3 October. 1 2 2002 1 2 2002 1 2 2002 1 2 2002 2002. Society of Petroleum Engineers shale formation formation temperature diffusion wellbore stability reservoir characterization wellbore design mud weight borehole wellbore...
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J Pet Technol 39 (11): 1389–1397.
Paper Number: SPE-13228-PA
Published: 01 November 1987
... by a uniform volumetric fluid velocity, v, parallel to the y axis. JPT P. 1389 1 11 1987 1 11 1987 1 11 1987 1 11 1987 1987. Society of Petroleum Engineers fracturing fluid thermal analysis fracture heat flow thermal conductivity formation temperature production logging...
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J Pet Technol 29 (12): 1522–1532.
Paper Number: SPE-5822-PA
Published: 01 December 1977
... 1 12 1977 1 12 1977 1 12 1977 1 12 1977 1977. Society of Petroleum Engineers thermal method Upstream Oil & Gas temperature distribution enhanced recovery injector field data steam-assisted gravity drainage heat loss SAGD overburden formation temperature...
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J Pet Technol 27 (11): 1385–1391.
Paper Number: SPE-5363-PA
Published: 01 November 1975
.... Waterflood History The First Grubb waterflood was initiated in Aug. 1968. JPT P. 1385 1 11 1975 1 11 1975 1 11 1975 1 11 1975 1975. Society of Petroleum Engineers Upstream Oil & Gas injector grubb well formation temperature waterflooding Thickness BWPD permeability...
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J Pet Technol 27 (02): 181–182.
Paper Number: SPE-5258-PA
Published: 01 February 1975
...H.D. Joyner The indicated subsurface formation temperature available from an electrical log or other open-hole formation-evaluation log survey is nearly always lower than the actual temperature. However, in exploratory drilling, the log-indicated temperature frequently reflects the best available...
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J Pet Technol 26 (09): 997–1004.
Paper Number: SPE-4411-PA
Published: 01 September 1974
... the reservoir. Also, because of the pressure differentials that exist in the well, the crude oil begins to cool below formation temperature. A loss of light ends and a decrease in temperature combine to cause the solution to become saturated with paraffin. Then the paraffin begins to precipitate, and often...
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J Pet Technol 22 (04): 493–502.
Paper Number: SPE-2497-PA
Published: 01 April 1970
... temperatures. This is illustrated in Table 1, which lists the approxi- mate well depths where formation temperatures reach or exceed 200°F. In almost all of these areas, wells of these depths are being, or soon will be stimulated either by hydrau- lic fracturing or by acidizing techniques. In fact, stimulation...
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J Pet Technol 21 (03): 333–341.
Paper Number: SPE-2320-PA
Published: 01 March 1969
... investigators have studied the response of fluid temperature in the borehole during trips. However, all of these studies have used an assumed formation temperature profile at the conclusion of circulation and have provided no means to calculate this profile directly. In this study, the formation profile during...
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J Pet Technol 18 (06): 667–673.
Paper Number: SPE-1297-PA
Published: 01 June 1966
... fluids would not be representative of true formation temperatures. Several authors have consistently discouraged the use of bottom-hole temperatures recorded when logging, on the assumption that the temperatures would not be correct because the wells were not in thermal equilibrium. An expedient solution...
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J Pet Technol 16 (01): 35–40.
Paper Number: SPE-711-PA
Published: 01 January 1964
... (Eq. 1). The equation for calculating the formation temperature for the upper three-quarters of the well is based on a linear temperature variation in the upper three-quarters of the mud column in the bore hole, T,= T 80 ~+80 0.75 TD . . . . . . . . (1) where Tnii = bottomhole temperature, F, T...
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J Pet Technol 14 (04): 416–426.
Paper Number: SPE-124-PA
Published: 01 April 1962
...M.J. Edwardson; H.M. Girner; H.R. Parkison; C.D. Williams; C.S. Matthews Quantitative interpretation of electric logs requires knowledge of formation temperature. In this paper, methods are developed for computing changes in formation temperature caused by circulation of mud during drilling...
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J Pet Technol 5 (08): 203–212.
Paper Number: SPE-953203-G
Published: 01 August 1953
... 1953. Original copyright American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Copyright has expired. production monitoring waterflooding Injectivity Profile water management Upstream Oil & Gas formation temperature production control Reservoir Surveillance...

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