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J Pet Technol 73 (09): 44–45.
Paper Number: SPE-0921-0044-JPT
Published: 01 September 2021
.... 1 9 2021 1 9 2021 1 9 2021 1 9 2021 2020. Society of Petroleum Engineers machine learning engineering missing data algorithm artificial intelligence information complete paper test data ml model model deployment prediction uncertainty quantification well...
J Pet Technol 71 (05): 65–67.
Paper Number: SPE-0519-0065-JPT
Published: 01 May 2019
... duvernay shale-well performance hyperparameter Upstream Oil & Gas training data work flow statistical significance neural network completion test data predictor variable 65JPT MAY 2019 This paper discusses how machine learning by use of multiple linear regression and a neural network...
J Pet Technol 40 (09): 1227–1231.
Paper Number: SPE-15311-PA
Published: 01 September 1988
... drillstem/well testing graph analysis technique shut-in time test data artificial intelligence Interactive Well·Test Analysis Using Microcomputers D.A. McVay, SPE, SA Holditch & Assocs. Inc. N.C. Hill, SPE, SA Holditch & Assocs. Inc. D.E. Lancaster, SPE, SA Holditch & Assocs. Inc. W.J. Lee, SPE...
J Pet Technol 39 (01): 11–13.
Paper Number: SPE-16388-PA
Published: 01 January 1987
... that type curve. The match can be found graphically, by physically, superposing a graph of the actual test data with asimilar graph of the type curve(s) and searching forthe type curve that provides the best fit. Alternatively, an automatic fitting technique involving a linear ornonlinear regression can...
J Pet Technol 36 (02): 301–310.
Paper Number: SPE-10265-PA
Published: 01 February 1984
...^ 1 2 1984 1 2 1984 1 2 1984 1 2 1984 1984. Society of Petroleum Engineers pressure behavior test data boundary drawdown ei curve type curve reservoir permeability logarithmic coordinate interference test pressure response fonnation crossflow pressure...
J Pet Technol 36 (01): 147–156.
Paper Number: SPE-12554-PA
Published: 01 January 1984
... was funded by the U.K. Dept. of Energy, with particular emphasis on the static strength of tubular joints. This study concluded that no two published design documents made identical recommendations and that major inconsistencies exist. Therefore, a complete review of available static strength test data...
J Pet Technol 34 (12): 2877–2887.
Paper Number: SPE-9888-PA
Published: 01 December 1982
... to gas flow was introduction of the pseudo pressure concept. 1 Replacement of pressure by this variable almost (but not completely) linearizes the gas flow equation. At least two problems remain: In tests with wellbore storage distortion of early test data, no published type curves 2,3 provide much...
J Pet Technol 34 (09): 2191–2199.
Paper Number: SPE-10336-PA
Published: 01 September 1982
... determination. Review of Previous Work The majority of hydraulic fracturing/formation-integrity test data quoted in literature are from the U.S. gulf coast and Santa Barbara Channel (CA). From these data, a number of authors have derived fracture gradient correlations to be used in planning drilling programs...
J Pet Technol 33 (12): 2528–2538.
Paper Number: SPE-10641-PA
Published: 01 December 1981
... on an allowable pressure equal to one-third of the theoretical pressure equal to one-third of the theoretical buckling pressure for elastic buckling. For inelastic buckling, a lower bound curve on test data was determined and a factor of safety of about 1.5 was used to determine the allowable pressure. Cylinders...
J Pet Technol 30 (02): 297–304.
Paper Number: SPE-6134-PA
Published: 01 February 1978
... be used with otherwell and reservoir data to predict the stabilizeddeliverability potential of gas wells. These techniques are based on existing theory for theanalysis of gas well-test data. The quadratic form of thedeliverability equation describes the pressure-flow raterelationship. The transient...
J Pet Technol 29 (10): 1348–1358.
Paper Number: SPE-6036-PA
Published: 01 October 1977
... logging correlation prediction flow regime brill 13 evaluation test data prediction method discontinuity horizontal pipe Dukler Begg pipe gas-liquid flow agreement holdup Critical Evaluation of Friction Pressure-Drop Prediction Methods for Gas-Liquid Flow in Horizontal Pipes J. M...
J Pet Technol 29 (04): 461–468.
Paper Number: SPE-6258-PA
Published: 01 April 1977
... fracturing fracture mechanics prediction test data tubular k-joint fatigue-life prediction Production Chemistry Corrosion Management initial crack length correction factor crack propagation Technology Conference fatigue life material constant fatigue lives Corrosion Inhibition Upstream Oil...
J Pet Technol 27 (12): 1500–1504.
Paper Number: SPE-5435-PA
Published: 01 December 1975
.... beta may be estimated theoretically by -5/4 -3/4 beta = (5.5 × 10) k (phi S), where phi = porosity, fraction Sg = gas saturation, fraction. The second method uses flow tests to calculate D. The literature reports that comparing values of D estimated by Eq. 2 with those obtained from flow-test data...
J Pet Technol 27 (06): 785–791.
Paper Number: SPE-5073-PA
Published: 01 June 1975
... pressure drop test data RPM bit design integral blade stabilizer flow rate penetration rate journal of petroleum technology Diamond bit weight apparent response curve Diamond Drilling at Altamont, Utah L. A. Primm, SPE-AIME, Shell Oil Co. Introduction Diamond bits were used to drill about...
J Pet Technol 24 (08): 1007–1013.
Paper Number: SPE-3049-PA
Published: 01 August 1972
... marginally stable and that capsized without righting themselves after the first wave. For wave conditions more severe than those causing the initial splashover, the booms were swamped by the waves as was expected. An examination of these test data showed that the relationship between the wave length...
J Pet Technol 23 (07): 879–887.
Paper Number: SPE-2940-PA
Published: 01 July 1971
... to predict gas well deliverability in West Texas reservoirs. He found the method useful for detecting invalid backpressure test data. For long-term prediction of gas well deliverability, however, the results he obtained were not satisfactory. He concludes that this could be attributed to "problems in basic...
J Pet Technol 22 (05): 537–542.
Paper Number: SPE-2608-PA
Published: 01 May 1970
... of an area, before extensive well test data or production information can be collected. Even in fields with considerable history, an engineer may frequently need a long-range performance prediction without having access to any data except the short-term test data normally required by state regulatory bodies...
J Pet Technol 20 (06): 639–643.
Paper Number: SPE-1821-PA
Published: 01 June 1968
.... A method of calculating fracture lengths from pressure fall-off test data is presented. The method is based on a linear flow model that simulates conditions present during the early-time period after shutting in an injection well. Fracture lengths can be calculated directly if formation permeability...
J Pet Technol 19 (12): 1541–1546.
Paper Number: SPE-1945-PA
Published: 01 December 1967
... after a well has been placed on production. This change will depend on the degree and nature of saturation, and on properties of the reservoir being investigated. This article discusses examples of field test data obtained during the producing life of many Gulf Coast area gas wells. The data indicate...
J Pet Technol 19 (07): 859–866.
Paper Number: SPE-1633-PA
Published: 01 July 1967
...R.D. Cunningham; R.G. Nelson A method for estimating in-place hydrocarbons from pressure buildup tests has been derived and applied to actual well test data. Four examples utilizing this new method are presented and compared with in-place hydrocarbon estimates determined by other methods...
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