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           The papers listed here have been obtained by search SPE and IPTC papers post 2005 on the SPE's OnePetro
           The papers relating to reservoir engineering have been catergorised for inclusion on the   reservoirengineering.org.uk website
           The affiiations searched were;

                                                                    Total No Papers     Reservoir Engineering Related
                      BP                                                   551                      175
                      Shell                                                575                      279
                      Chevron                                              482                      238
                      ConocoPhillips                                       191                       68
                      Marathon                                             55                        37
                      Total                                                255                      129
                      Schlumberger                                        1130                      563
                      Imperial College, London                             95                        53
                      Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh                    235                      175
                      (Anywhere in Article)
                                                      Total               3569                          1717



                      Total number of papers published post 2005 =             10,000

                                                                   35% of papers published categorised
                      Paper
Organisation   Source No.          Chapter            Section
BP              SPE   119607   Reservoir Management    Process
SHELL           SPE   113527   Reservoir Management    Process
BP              SPE   112802   Reservoir Management    Process
SHELL           SPE   118290   Reservoir Management    Process
TOTAL           SPE   115963   Reservoir Management    Process
     Subject
    Gas Supply
    Gas Supply
  Gas to Products
        GTL
Subsea Searation Unit
                                              Title
Holistic Approach for Regional Depletion Plan Supporting Gas Supply in the Nile Delta of Egypt
A Global Gas Distribution Model with Transport Constraints: Methodology and Some Scenarios
The End of Stranded Gas: The Emergence of the Gas to Products (GTP) Option
Pearl GTL - Assuring Success from the Outset
Multiphase Loop Tests for Subsea Separation-Unit Development
                                Author                                      Abstract
Mohamed Samy M. Hussien, BP Egypt                                           Abstract This paper shows practical example in th
                                                                            Abstract Natural gas resources are unevenly distrib
J.T. van Berkel and L.P. Roodhart, SPE, Shell International Exploration and Production
Theo H. Fleisch, BP                                                         Abstract The world has an abundant supply of low
Andy Brown, Qatar Shell GTL Limited                                         When completed Pearl GTL will be the world’
                                                                             TOTAL
P. Pagnier, C. No�k, and P. Maurel, IFP, and A. Ricordeau and J.L. Volle,Abstract As flow assurance is a critical point challe
shows practical example in the direction of building “holistic regional depletion plan by applying “fully holistic and “fully probabilisti
 resources are unevenly distributed around the world. Will we be able to grow transport capacity sufficiently quickly to transfer ever-increasing
 as an abundant supply of low cost natural gas in remote locations. The monetization of these stranded gas resources requires new technolo
 arl GTL will be the world’s largest GTL plant. It is the single largest energy project within the borders of Qatar as well as Shell’s larg
urance is a critical point challenging offshore field development led TOTAL and IFP to manage a large R&D program on multiphase flow beh
 fully holistic and “fully probabilistic modeling at the cost of the classic “precision modeling that tends to include more physics. The app
  tly quickly to transfer ever-increasing volumes of conventional natural gas from locations where it is found to where it is consumed in the 21s
gas resources requires new technologies and new large markets. GTP technologies including the well known GTL (Gas to Liquids) process
s of Qatar as well as Shell’s largest equity investment ever. In spite of the various challenges that are intrinsic to a project of this nature
R&D program on multiphase flow behaviour. One of the objectives is to improve the understanding of the behaviour of gas/oil/water mixtures
nds to include more physics. The approach came as a result of the oil industry low return on investment (ROI) that averaged at 7%. Determin
nd to where it is consumed in the 21st century and for how long? On a world scale the crucial question for now is not how much gas there is
known GTL (Gas to Liquids) process finally emerge as options to efficiently convert this resource into clean high value fuels and chemicals.
 e intrinsic to a project of this nature Shell and Qatar Petroleum are confident in their ability to manage construction successfully. Pearl GTL
 behaviour of gas/oil/water mixtures in separation tanks. In the framework of a joint project a new test facility platform GOwSP (Gas Oil wate
 (ROI) that averaged at 7%. Deterministic methods usually ignore the full uncertainties distribution associated risks the diversification effects
 or now is not how much gas there is overall but the transport capacity linking regions with high gas resources to regions with a high consum
 ean high value fuels and chemicals. This change was brought about by technology developments over the last two decades. Over the last tw
construction successfully. Pearl GTL is a fully integrated upstream/downstream world-scale project in Ras Laffan Industrial City 80 km north
acility platform GOwSP (Gas Oil water Separation Platform) was implemented in 2006 on the IFP-Lyon site. The issue consists in improving
 ciated risks the diversification effects and the interdependencies among the chosen assets. In addition it loses the proper interaction betwee
ources to regions with a high consumption but insufficient local gas resources like North America Europe and East Asia. To analyze the gas
 the last two decades. Over the last two years we have seen financial project commitments of over $20billion for GTL projects alone. Less w
Ras Laffan Industrial City 80 km north of Doha Qatar. It will have the capacity to produce 140 000 barrels a day (b/d) of GTL products – ga
site. The issue consists in improving the design of separator as operators are now faced with more difficult operating conditions related to de
 it loses the proper interaction between the technical and the commercial value drivers. As a result many rated oil companies fall since 1990
 e and East Asia. To analyze the gas situation in the world a gas distribution model was constructed. The model predicts the timing and amo
billion for GTL projects alone. Less well known are rapid advances in gas to chemicals (such as methanol) conversion technologies and incre
 s a day (b/d) of GTL products – gasoil naphtha kerosene normal paraffin and lubricants base oils – as well as 120 000 barrels of oil eq
 ult operating conditions related to deep offshore or difficult crudes. The GOwSP is an industrial closed loop test facility designed for R&D pro
 y rated oil companies fall since 1990 until near future. To achieve more realistic results decision and risk analysis (D&RA) approach togethe
he model predicts the timing and amount of gas shortfall (the difference between demand and available supply) as well as depletion of recove
ol) conversion technologies and increases in plant scales which signifcantly reduce manufacturing costs. These developments transition e.g.
€“ as well as 120 000 barrels of oil equivalent a day of ethane liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and condensate. The project is being developed
 oop test facility designed for R&D program and for testing multiphase equipment such as separators pumps or flow-meters. The loop includ
sk analysis (D&RA) approach together with a “holistic strategy (based on the Nobel-Prize wining portfolio theory that has shaped the finan
supply) as well as depletion of recoverable gas resources for the various regions in the world for a 100-year period. To reduce the complexity
. These developments transition e.g. methanol from a chemical to a large scale future fuel and chemical feedstock for other large scale che
nsate. The project is being developed in two phases with the first phase expected to start up around the end of the decade. It is making goo
umps or flow-meters. The loop includes a large three-phase storage tank (10m3). Gas and liquids are flowing separately towards a mixing po
 folio theory that has shaped the financial markets over the past four decades and recently introduced to E&P) are applied instead of the con
 ear period. To reduce the complexity of the problem the world is split into only ten regions. In each region demand supply and recoverable
 l feedstock for other large scale chemicals such as olefins. Among the many methanol derivatives (olefins gasoline acetic acid hydrogen e
  end of the decade. It is making good progress and is overall more than 50% complete.| The project is currently in full swing both offshore a
owing separately towards a mixing point by the way of a compressor and centrifugal pumps. The mixture is sent to the multiphase equipment
 E&P) are applied instead of the conventional deterministic
on demand supply and recoverable gas resources of the vari
ns gasoline acetic acid hydrogen etc) there is great promise for dimethyl-ether
currently in full swing both offshore and onshore. Offshore
 is sent to the multiphase equipment to be tested before coming back to the s

				
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