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Cased-Hole Log Analysis and Reservoir Performance Monitoring

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Richard M. Bateman
    Pages 1-7
  3. Richard M. Bateman
    Pages 9-15
  4. Richard M. Bateman
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  5. Richard M. Bateman
    Pages 51-60
  6. Richard M. Bateman
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  15. Richard M. Bateman
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  16. Richard M. Bateman
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  17. Back Matter
    Pages 263-284

About this book

Introduction

This book addresses vital issues, such as the evaluation of shale gas reservoirs and their production. Topics include the cased-hole logging environment, reservoir fluid properties; flow regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. Production logging charts and tables are included in the appendices. The work serves as a comprehensive reference for production engineers with upstream E&P companies, well logging service company employees, university students, and petroleum industry training professionals.

This book also:

·       Provides methods of conveying production logging tools along horizontal well segments as well as measurements of formation electrical resistivity through casing

·       Covers new information on fluid flow characteristics in inclined pipe and provides new and improved nuclear tool measurements in cased wells

·       Includes updates on cased-hole wireline formation testing

 

Keywords

Cased-hole logging Cement bond logging Flow regimes Laminar and turbulent flow Petroleum reservoirs Production logging Radioactive tracer logs Reservoir fluid properties

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.LubbockUSA

About the authors

Richard M. Bateman is currently a professor in the Department of Petroleum of Engineering at Texas Tech University. He also joined Amoco and has held posts as chief petrophysicist of Halliburton Logging Services, Engineering Manager for Bridas (now Pan American Energy) and Regional Manager for Gaffney Cline & Associates’ Latin American operations.

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