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The Latest in Integrated Oil and Gas Analysis

By: , Posted on: May 19, 2017

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With advances in seismic data quality, its application and integration with geological, petrophysical, reservoir engineering and production data to oil and gas reservoir studies and characterization has been become more widely used throughout oil and gas development, production and reservoir monitoring.

Oil and Gas fields mature quickly as more and more quality data are being generated. Pinning down sweet-spots for extraction of the remaining oil is the key for most of the operators and it is only possible with a high certainty of the subsurface. Joining up data from all resources is the only way to effectively reduce subsurface and reservoir engineering uncertainty and this is the era of integration.

Practical Solutions to Integrated Oil and Gas Reservoir Analysis presents a thorough treatment of the issues faced by the various disciplines that contribute towards characterizing a wide selection of reservoirs. It provides a much needed and integrated interdisciplinary approach including geology, geophysics, petrophysics, and reservoir and drilling engineering for Conventional, Shale Oil and Gas, as well as Carbonate reservoirs.

In Practical Solutions to Integrated Oil and Gas Reservoir Analysis, over 350 practicing geoscientist professionals replying to 154 practical questions/challenges encountered in oil and gas field development and production stages. These questions/challenges range from Basin Analysis to Qualitative Seismic Interpretation to Reservoir Geophysics/Geology to Pore Pressure Prediction in conventional and unconventional reservoirs as well as carbonate reservoirs. The answers/solutions are also provided by these highly skill and knowledgeable practicing geoscientists professionals use case studies from basins and reservoir settings from around the world including Gulf of Guinea, Gulf of Mexico, Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, Milne point field in Alaska, North-Sea, San Jorge Basin, and Bossier and Haynesville Shales, and others to help illustrate key points.

Practical Solutions to Integrated Oil and Gas Reservoir Analysis will serve as solution bank for geoscientists involved in day-to-day technical operations of oil and gas development and will also enhances his/her productivity. This book will be a valuable resource for geophysics, geology and petroleum engineering students as well as applied researchers and lectures in the field. It will equip students with the prerequisite technical skill and knowledge needed by the oil and gas industry that will enhance their employability.

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