By Quinta Nwanosike-Warren,Kelsey Mosley-Bufford
This e-book presents a step by step source characterization advisor for either geologists and reservoir engineers. It takes similar conception suggestions and places them in context in workflows that let the geologist or engineer to accomplish the duty of source characterization. either new performs and mature fields are addressed. eventually, the authors study the best way to coherently current the findings from source characterization.
Completing a source characterization enables quantification of hydrocarbons in a box, and resolution of the price of hydrocarbons current. This ebook permits the consumer to figure out the worth in their hydrocarbon assets.
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