Buku Natural Gas Engineering

Natural Gas Engineering_1

NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING

A SYSTEM APPROACH

By: DR. CHI U. IKOKU

Organized by: PT. Sarkindo Mulia

January 1987

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Bahasa: Inggris
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CONTENTS:

BOOK 1
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Development of Natural Gas
1.2. Conventional Natural Gas
1.2.1. Physical Characteristics
1.2.2. Classification of Natural Gas Accumulations
1.2.3. Types of Natural Gas
1.2.4. Gas in Tight Sands
1.2.5. Gas in Tight Shale
1.2.6. Methane Occluded in Coal
1.2.7. Natural Gas from Geopressured Reservoirs
1.3. Substitute Natural Gas
1.3.1. Coal
1.3.2. Oil-Shale
1.3.3. Hydrocarbon Liquids
1.3.4. Organic Wastes
1.3.5. Hydrogen

2. PROPERTIES OF NATURAL GASES AND CONDENSATE SYSTEMS
2.2. Composition of Natural Gas
2.3. Phase Behavior
2.4. The Ideal Gas
2.4.1. Boyle’s Law
2.4.2. Charles’ Law
2.4.3. Boyle’s and Charles’ Law
2.4.4. Avogadro’s Law
2.5.4. The Ideal Gas Law
2.5. Properties of Gaseous Mixtures
2.6. Behavior of Real Gases
2.6.1. Real Gas Equation of State
2.6.2. The Theorem of Corresponding States
2.6.3. Determination of Z-factor
2.6.4. Supercompressibility of Natural Gases
2.6.6. Gas Formation Volume Factor and Expansion Factor
2.7. Water Vapor Content of Natural Gas
2.8. Two-Phase Systems
2.8.1. API Gravity
2.8.2. Gas Gravity of Total Well Stream
2.8.3. Two-Phase Z-factor
2.9. Some Gas Conversion Equations

3. CONCEPTS OF THERMODYNAMICS
3.1. System
3.2. Energy and Energy Balances
3.3. Enthalpy Change
3.4. Specific Heats
3.5. Entropy, S
3.6. The Enthalpy-Entropy Diagram

4. SEPARATOR AND PROCESSING
4.2. Gas and Liquid Separation
4.3. Dehydration of Natural Gas

5. COMPRESSION OF NATURAL GAS
5.2. Types of Compressors
5.3. Centrifugal Compressor
5.4. Rotary Blowers

BOOK 2
6. NATURAL GAS MEASUREMENT
6.2. Methods of Measurement
6.3. Orifice Meter
6.4. Natural Gas Liquid Measurement

7. GAS GATHERING AND TRANSPORTATION
7.2. Reynolds Number and Moody Friction Factor
7.3. Pipeline-Flow Calculations
7.4. Gas Flow in Series, Parallel, and Looped Pipelines
7.5. Gas-Liquid Flow in Pipelines
7.6. Pipeline Economics

8. STATIC AND FLOWING BOTTOM-HOLE PRESSURE
8.1. Basic Energy Equation
8.2 Static Bottom-Hole Pressure
8.2.1. Average Temperature and Deviation Factor Method
8.2.2. Sukkar and Cornell Method
8.2.3. Cullender and Smith Method
8.3. Flowing Bottom-Hole Pressure
8.3.1. The Average Temperature and Deviation Factor Method
8.3.2. Sukkar and Cornell Method
8.4. Accuracy of Calculated Bottom-Hole Pressures
8.5. Annular Flow

9. FLOW OF REAL GASES IN RESERVOIR: DELIVERABILITY TESTING
9.2. Horizontal Flow Equation
9.3. Non-Darcy Flow
9.4. Gas Well Deliverability Tests
9.4.1. Flow After Flow Tests
9.4.2. Isochronal Tests
9.4.3. Modified Isochronal Tests
9.4.4. Deliverability Plot
9.4.5. Performance Coefficient C and Exponent n
9.5. Semi-Steady State Equation
9.6. Better Method for Analyzing Isochronal Test Data

10. FLOW OF REAL GASES IN RESERVOIR: TRANSIENT TESTING
10.2. Transient Flow of Real Gases Through Porous Media
10.3. The Constant Terminal Rate Solution
10.4. Application of Real Gas Flow Equations
10.5. Average Reservoir Pressure
10.6. Other Topics: Wellbore Storage, Fractured Wells, Type-Curve Matching, Wells Producing by Solution Gas Drive

BOOK 3
11. GAS RESERVOIR ENGINEERING
11.2. Gas in Place by Volumetric Equation
11.3. Material Balance Equation
11.4. Reserves and Reservoir Performance Predictions
11.5. General Material-Balance Equation

12. GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT
12.2. Reserves
12.3. Deliverability
12.4. Predicting Reservoirs Performance

13. STORAGE OF NATURAL GAS
13.2. Natural Gas Storage in Pipelines
13.3. Underground Storage of Natural Gas
13.4. Storage in Depleted Oil Reservoirs
13.5. Storage in Aquifers
13.6. Storage in Salt Cavities

14. GAS-CONDENSATE RESERVOIRS
14.2. Vapor-Liquid Equilibria
14.3. Gas Condensate Testing and Sampling
14.4. Condensate System Behavior in the Single-Phase Region
14.5. Condensate System Behavior in the Two-Phase Region
14.6. Prediction of Reservoir Performance

15. LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS
15.2. Liquefaction and Revaporization of Natural Gas
15.3. Storage of Liquefied Natural Gas
15.4. Transportation of Liquefied Natural Gas

APPENDIX
INDEX

 

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Buku Elements of Oil Reservoir Engineering

Elements of Oil Reservoir Engineering_1

 

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Buku Elements of Oil Reservoir Engineering

By: Sylvain J. Pirson
Special Research Associate, Stanolind Oil and Gas Company Tulsa, Oklahoma; Lecturer in Reservoir Engineering at the University of Tulsa; Formerly Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Geophysics and Geochemistry The Pennsylvania Stage College.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1950
Contents:
1. The Reservoir Rocks and Structures (Microscopic Study)
Classification of Sedimentary Oil Reservoir on The Basis of Origin, Mineral Composition, and Texture of the Reservoir Rock.
2. The Reservoir Rocks and Structure (Megascopic Study)
Classification of Reservoirs on the Basis of Geologic-trap Configuration. Delineation of Geologic Structures and of Characteristic Pay Zones within Reservoir.
3. The Reservoir Fluids
Hydrocarbon Gases and Liquids. Connate Water.
4. Reservoir Forces of Static Fluid Pressure (Bottom-Hole Pressure). Capillary Forces.
5. The Fundamental Equations of Reservoir Engineering
The Material-balance Equation. The Generalized Darcys Equation. The Fractional-flow Formula. The Frontal-advance Rate Formula. The Instantaneous Water-Oil and Gas-Oil Ratio Formulas.
6. Fundamental Production Processes
Frontal Drives by Water or Gas. Segregation or Gravity Drive. Capillary Drive. Recovery by the Energy Derived from Volumetric Gas Expansion.
7. Analysis of Field Data
Recognition and Evaluation of Water Drive. Recognition and Evaluation of Depletion and Segregation Drive. Driving Indices and Ultimate Recoveries. Reservoir Performance and Optimum Producing Rate. Example of Analytical Method of Field Data Analysis, Magnolia Field, Arkansas. General Conclusions.
Appendix: Abbreviations and Symbols

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