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Prediction of Surge and Swab Pressure Profile for Flow of Yield Power Law Drilling Fluid Model through Eccentric Annuli

ABSTRACT   Surge and swab pressure computation is very important in drilling hydraulics. Most blowout problem in oil wells have been as a result of surge and swab pressures developed from running or pulling of tubular goods in liquid-filled bore hole. Excessive surge pressures can fracture the geological formation, while excessive swab can result in blowouts. […]

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The Study of Hydrodynamics of Slug Flow in 10 Degrees Inclined Pipe Using Electrical Capacitance Tomography Data

ABSTRACT Slug flow along slightly inclined horizontal pipes is a major problem in gas-liquid transportation, it is very pronounced in chemical, oil and gas processing industries. In reality, there is no absolute horizontal pipe due to the undulating nature/ Topography of the laid pipe terrains. Very little research has been done in this area because […]

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Effect of Linear Drift on Radial Transport of Tracer in Homogeneous Porous Media

ABSTRACT Analytical models can be valuable tools to investigate solute transport in porous media. The application of analytical solutions is limited by the perception that they are too cumbersome to derive while their implementation rests on assumptions that are too restrictive. This research is aimed at understanding the effect of linear drift on radial transport […]

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An Approach to Waterflood Optimization

ABSTRACT Waterflooding is the most dominant secondary oil recovery method and its popularity is mainly due to the general availability of water, the relative ease of injecting water, the ability of water to spread easily through an oil-bearing formation and the efficiency of water in displacing oil. However, waterflooding is not without its challenges. Factors […]

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Flow Units Identification and Characterization of Hydrocarbon Bearing Zones, Aqua Field Niger-Delta, Nigeria.

ABSTRACT Reservoir characterization is the key to a successful oil field development program. The recovery efficiency of any reservoir is influenced by its heterogeneities; particularly the distribution of porosity and permeability. To develop a reservoir model that represents the reservoir properties we must be able to define the vertical distribution of reservoir properties “flow units” […]

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A Review of the Rheological Effects of Power Law Drilling Fluids on Cuttings Transportation in Non-vertical Boreholes

ABSTRACT Cuttings transportation during in non-vertical boreholes is necessary for oil and gas wells. Adequate cuttings removal from a well in drilling is critical for cost-effective drilling as high annular cuttings buildup often leads to high risk of stuck pipe, reduced rate of penetration and other impediments to standard drilling and completion procedures. This study […]

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Evaluation of Petrophysical Properties in the Ak Field of the Niger Delta Province of  Nigeria using Integrated Data

Abstract The AK field is an oil field draining the Agbada Formation, one of the three units of the Niger Delta Province, which started forming about 50 million years ago. Reservoirs from the AK field are sandstones and are located in the central offshore area of the Niger Delta. The sedimentary basin consists of thick […]

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Application of Minimum Curvature Method to Wellpath Calculations

ABSTRACT A major drawback of directional and horizontal well drilling is the numerous complex computations required to be done while planning a well. These computations are very stressful and time consuming especially when done manually. One of the objectives of this study was to develop a user friendly Excel Spreadsheet program that would make the […]

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Pressure Transient Analysis of Hydraulically Fractured Wells in Multilayered Reservoirs

Abstract New equations for bilinear, formation linear and pseudo-radial flow regimes in an infinite commingled fractured multilayered reservoir have been developed. The equations have been extended to Tiab’s Direct Synthesis Technique that makes it easy to estimate the individual layer properties without type curve matching. Regardless of the flow regime, the rate normalized pressure derivative […]

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Identification of Closed Perforations and Damaged Sections of Horizontal Wells in Naturally Fractured Reservoirs, Using Well Test Analysis

ABSTRACT The use of horizontal wells with zonal isolations is a common completion practice in the oil and gas industry to check for very significant production challenges such as wellbore damage/skin, early water breakthrough and gas coning, rapid pressure depletion, dampened recovery efficiency and overall well productivity. Notwithstanding, the use of zonal isolators invariably alters […]

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