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Paper presented at the SPE Production Technology Symposium, November 11–12, 1985
Paper Number: SPE-14691-MS
... laminate laminate sucker rod application spe 14691 end fitting high glass information failure tensile BACKGROUND The increase in enhanced oil recovery activity in the 1980s especially by water and CO 2 flooding led to the use of fiberglass sucker rods in wells where high fluid volume...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2080-MS
... information US government hydrology constituent interpretation kansas district chemical constituent computer digital computer computer program procedure manipulation water analysis Upstream Oil & Gas basic data Kansas hydrologist computer application aquifer geological...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2095-MS
... only after field or reservoir development has progressed well beyond the discovery stage that the true value of such basic information is appreciated. It is at this late stage that pressure data, which could have been conclusively obtained during prelim- inary evaluation, may be found to be unreliable...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2082-MS
..., unsteady-state, single phase model. The procedure followed was to try to force the computer model to match the appropri- ate cumulative production information by wells and the stabilized pressures obtained from a fieldwide shut-in period in May, 1967, and then to use the model for forecasting reservoir...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2088-MS
...; then, the advent of solid state techniques began to disturb it. Solid state techniques employ a continuous scanning prin- ciple in generating the codes that transmit the information from one station to another. In generating these discrete codes certain error detection methods can be used to provide greater...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2101-MS
.... The selector or control unit dustr.y is evidenced by the increasing is the element capable of selecting from difficulty in relevant communication among several possible responses on the between executives and in coordinating basis of information sensed by the dete- the proliferatinn of decision-making ctor...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 18–19, 1968
Paper Number: SPE-2094-MS
... can justify naturally opens up considerable possibilities. The operations engineer must work with three different types of calculations: 1. Those based upon analyzing historical information such as well production data to decide on future service work, production, handling, etc. 2. Those involving...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 28–29, 1966
Paper Number: SPE-1374-MS
... or thrcw ~~ue[ying poinls and relay that information to a central location, ~ there did not appear to be any great or insurmountable problems involved. We are still convinced of the veracity of the original conclusion, but we are also now aware of some of the myriads of small problems and able to give...
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Paper presented at the SPE Automation Symposium, April 28–29, 1966
Paper Number: SPE-1370-MS
....sdesignedfor utmost Simplicity aX1.of the logicbeing contsinedon a singlecircuitdard and customerconnections beinglimitedto screwterminals~information inputsandpower/communicationsbeing completex separatedand clearlylabeledi-The 808A wLU. acceptup to 16 Inputs.andis housed in a _ enclosuremeas~lng 31 in. wide...

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