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Petrophysics - The SPWLA Journal of Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Description 39 (03).
Paper Number: SPWLA-1998-v39n3a1
Published: 01 May 1998
...Richard Woodhouse Direct reservoir formation water extractions on more than 8,000 plugs from 27 wells cored with oil-base mud were used to determine water saturation (S,) in Prudhoe Bay field, Alaska. A question and answer format is used to review the abundant and compelling evidence from the...
Petrophysics - The SPWLA Journal of Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Description 37 (04).
Paper Number: SPWLA-1996-v37n4a4
Published: 01 July 1996
...C.L.V. Aiken; J.L. Brady; D.S. Wolcott Understanding the movement of gas in oil reservoirs is important because premature breakthroughs or high gas-oil ratios significantly increase costs and can reduce ultimate recovery. The Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk River oil fields. located on the North Slope of...
Petrophysics - The SPWLA Journal of Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Description 32 (01).
Paper Number: SPWLA-1991-v32n1a2
Published: 01 January 1991
...A.B. Cunningham; K. Jay; E. Opstad As production from the Prudhoe Bay Field declines, greater emphasis is being placed upon nonconventional drilling as one method !of increasing production rates and reserves. Identification of lithologic and fluid boundaries through the utilization of real-time and...
Petrophysics - The SPWLA Journal of Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Description 30 (03).
Paper Number: SPWLA-1989-v30n3a5
Published: 01 May 1989
...James H. Dupree Monitoring reservoir fluid movements in the Prudhoe Bay Field on the North Slope of Alaska has been accomplished by the use of cased-hole compensated neutron logs, pulsed neutron logs, and gamma ray logs. Cased-hole nuclear logging data have been collected over time (timelapse) in a...
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