Title:

Development of an Interpretation Methodology for Long-Term Pressure Data from Permanent Downhole Gauges

Author:

Suwat Athichanagorn

Year:

1999

Degree:

PhD

Adviser:

Horne

File Size:

3797K

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803

Abstract:

Long-term data from permanent gauges have the potential to provide more information about a reservoir than data from traditional pressure transient tests that last for a relatively small duration. Besides reducing ambiguity and uncertainties in the interpretation, long-term data also provide an insight on how reservoir properties may change as the reservoir is produced. This study developed a multistep procedure for the processing and interpretation of long-term pressure data. The procedure was tested with several sets of simulated and actual field data. It was found to be an effective approach for the analysis of long-term pressure data from permanent gauges.


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