Effect of viscosity-compressibility product variation on the analysis of fractured well performances in tight unconventional reservoirs
This research study for a Master of Science degree has been conducted under the Unconventional Reservoir Engineering Project (UREP) at the Marathon Center of Excellence for Reservoir Studies (MCERS) in the Petroleum Engineering Department of Colorado School of Mines. The main objective of the research is to investigate the effect of pressure-dependent viscosity-compressibility product on the analysis of fractured, tight-gas well performances. Pressure drops required to economically produce fractured, tight-gas wells may be in the thousands of psi. Under these conditions, the gas compressibil ...
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