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Reserve Estimation
Monte Carlo (Volumetric)
Reservoir Data
History Data
Oil production rate
Gas production rate
Water production rate
Bottom hole pressure
Reservoir pressure
Graphical Plots
Over View
Side View
Top View
Gas Saturation
1997 (initial conditions)
2007 (Current Conditions)
Initial Oil Saturation
Porosity Distribution
Other Reservoir Data
Oil Density: 42 API
Water Density: 62.43 lb/ft3
Gas Density: 0.9 sp gravity
Rock Compressibility: 2.8 x 10-6 1/psi
Oil water contact: 8200 ft
Dissolved gas oil ratio 972 scf/stb
Initial volume of water in aquifer: 1x107 STB = 42109375 ft3
Rock and water compressibility of the aquifer: 1x 10-5 1/psi
Aquifer productivity index: 5 stb/day/psi
Well bore diameters: 0.625 ft
Reservoir temperature: 2120F
Skin factor in each well: 7.5
Critical water saturation: 0.28
Bubble point pressure: 1200 PSI
Average porosity: 0.125
Initial reservoir pressure: 3300 psi
Water salinity: 30,000 ppm
PVT
Relative Permeability
Oil Formation Volume Factor
Oil Viscosity
Methodology
Results & Analysis
Defining the PVT
Histogram Distribution
Histogram
Exact Values
MBE
Methodology
Results & Analysis
Defining the PVT
Entering Tank Data
Tank Parameters
Water Influx
Relative permeability
Field Production History
Well Production History
Graphical Illustration
IOIP
Comparison
Monte Carlo IOIP: 263 MMSTB
MBE IOIP: 248 MMSTB
Prediction
Decline Curve Analysis
Simulation
Comparison
Secondary Recovery Scenarios
EOR
Methodology
Results & Analysis
Entering Production History
Plotting Decline Curve Graphs
Setting Prediction
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