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Real-Time Computer Analytical Application in Pressure Transient Analysis of Petroleum Reservoirs

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Today with certainty, the petroleum industry is fostering sanguinely the fields’ development programs for the optimization of reservoir characterization through worth-full appliances of computer analysis techniques. The time element is of prime importance for optimistic petroleum development projects. Therefore, the frontline of “Real-time Analysis” is added into the applications of computer solving techniques for achieving and sketching up the real-time cost effectiveness in analyzing field development programs. It focuses on the phases of real-time well test data acquisition system, real-time secure access to the well test data either on field or in office and real-time data interpretation unit. This interface will yield the productive results for the field of reservoir’s pressure transient analysis and wells’ systems analysis by following the up-to-date preferred, accurate and effective well test analytical principles with modern real-time computer applications and techniques. It also lays emphasis for the comfort and reliability of data in creating best interpersonal working modes within a reputable and esteemed petroleum development organization.

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K. Khatri, S. Shah, A. Pathan, B. Shams, A. Memon, F. Hussain and K. Pinjani, "Real-Time Computer Analytical Application in Pressure Transient Analysis of Petroleum Reservoirs," International Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 4 No. 8, 2013, pp. 1186-1192. doi: 10.4236/ijg.2013.48112.

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