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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
SHELL           SPE    111997   Reservoir Management   Production Optimisation
SCHLUMBERGER    SPE    120664   Reservoir Management   Production Optimisation


CHEVRON          SPE   116528   Reservoir Management   Production Optimisation
SCHLUMBERGER     SPE   116528   Reservoir Management   Production Optimisation
SHELL           IPTC    11644   Reservoir Management   Production Optimisation
SHELL            SPE   122553   Reservoir management   Production Optimisation
       Subject
Automatic Process Control
  Gas Lift Optimisation


      Mature Fields
      Mature Fields
      Mature Fields
       Workflow
                                            Title
Closing the Loop for Improved Oil and Gas Production Management
Production Enhancement for Khafji Field Using Advanced Optimization Techniques


Horizontal Well Best Practices to Reverse Production Decline in Mature Fields in South China Sea
Horizontal Well Best Practices to Reverse Production Decline in Mature Fields in South China Sea
Increasing Oil Production in a Mature Field by Rigless Intervention–A Multiwell Case Study
Shell Experiences Using Lagosa to Improve Production Operations and Gas Marketing Performance
                               Author                                     Abstract
                                                                          Abstract Willem van Lienden, Petroleum Develop
Freek van Dijk and Keat Choon Goh, Shell Global Solutions International BV, and Jan Well and Facility Operations make opera
                                                                          Abstract The
M.A. Al-Khaldi and E.O. Ghoniem, Al-Khafji Joint Operations, and A.A. Jama, Schlumbergergas lift by limited capacity of 25 MM
You Hongqing, Wei Ping, Tian Xiang, Xu Xiang Dong, Lian JiHong, Thanh
Tran, Yoseph J. Partono : CACT, Jeffrey Kok, Liu Yang, Sarfraz Balka:
Schlumberger                                                              Abstract The Huizhou 6S and 3S oil fields in the Pe
                                                                          Abstract The Huizhou 6S and 3S oil fields in Liu Ya
You Hongqing, Wei Ping, Tian Xiang, Xu Xiang Dong, Lian JiHong, Thanh Tran, Yoseph J. Partono : CACT, Jeffrey Kok, the Pe
                                                                          Abstract
Vivek Garg, ONGC Ltd., Shubhranshu Ashesh, Kapil Seth, Amit Govil, Schlumberger Reviving production from brown fields is
John D. Hudson, Shell Global Solutions (US), Inc.                         Abstract The promise of improved production perf
acility Operations make operating decisions based on processing huge amounts of data.� However there is a practical limit to the number
 t by limited capacity of 25 MMSCF/D was introduced for Khafji field in 1988 which could successfully sustain target rate until mid of 2004. A


u 6S and 3S oil fields in the Pearl River Basin Offshore South China Sea are mature fields which have produced 40% to 60% of their origina
u 6S and 3S oil fields in the Pearl River Basin Offshore South China Sea are mature fields which have produced 40% to 60% of their origina
oduction from brown fields is a major focus of activity for oil and gas companies. This paper outlines the workflow and procedures adopted to
e of improved production performance and consistent delivery against market and regulatory commitments is driving the need for better deci
here is a practical limit to the number of optimization moves an operator can make (due to: changing operating constraints plant disturbance
ustain target rate until mid of 2004. Artificial Lift is part of the long term production sustainability solutions for Khafji Field necessitated by the


roduced 40% to 60% of their original oil in place since 1991. Currently the field production is rapidly declining and water production is increas
roduced 40% to 60% of their original oil in place since 1991. Currently the field production is rapidly declining and water production is increas
workflow and procedures adopted to increase oil production by rigless intervention from seven wells on an offshore platform of a brown field
nts is driving the need for better decision making within daily operations.� In addition tighter integration between EP sources and markets
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erating constraints plant disturbances or interactions fundamental process delays and dynamics and the remoteness of wells).� Automa
s for Khafji Field necessitated by the increase of field water cut and depletion of reservoirs.� In order to make up for production decline in K


lining and water production is increasing. However through reservoir surveillance data geologic and reservoir modeling significant recovera
lining and water production is increasing. However through reservoir surveillance data geologic and reservoir modeling significant recovera
 an offshore platform of a brown field located off the west coast of India. The field under study was discovered in 1987 and put on productio
he remoteness of wells).� Automatic Process Control enhances the speed and accuracy with which decisions can be made and is essentia
 o make up for production decline in Khafji Field and to sustain the field target rate and defer large investments associated with exploration an


servoir modeling significant recoverable oil was identified in shaly sandstone reservoirs and attic structural locations of clean sandstone rese
servoir modeling significant recoverable oil was identified in shaly sandstone reservoirs and attic structural locations of clean sandstone rese
 overed in 1987 and put on production in 1994. The main reservoir is Middle Eocene carbonate deposit which is characterized by the presen
ecisions can be made and is essential for optimization.� However the advantages of automatic process control are often underestimated;
ments associated with exploration and drilling new wells as well as commissioning new facility expansions Production Optimization and de-b


ral locations of clean sandstone reservoirs. As a result a comprehensive portfolio of prospects has been built for a robust development prog
ral locations of clean sandstone reservoirs. As a result a comprehensive portfolio of prospects has been built for a robust development prog
which is characterized by the presence of vugs dissolution channels fractures (both vertical and horizontal) and hence high permeability st
ess control are often underestimated; hence the discipline is under-staffed and under-utilized. Process Control also plays a crucial role in pla
 ns Production Optimization and de-bottlenecking of the existing production system was found to be the best cost effective solution.� �


n built for a robust development program. Horizontal wells were utilized to improve oil recovery in shaly sands and to reduce water coning in
n built for a robust development program. Horizontal wells were utilized to improve oil recovery in shaly sands and to reduce water coning in
ntal) and hence high permeability streaks that provide conduits for early water breakthrough. This has been primarily responsible for the dec
Control also plays a crucial role in plant safety and availability as stable wells or facilities are operated more frequently within the design windo
 best cost effective solution.� �For that purpose general optimization and gas lift allocation models have been built and applied for Kha


sands and to reduce water coning in thin remaining oil columns. Horizontal drilling best practices were applied during well planning and drillin
sands and to reduce water coning in thin remaining oil columns. Horizontal drilling best practices were applied during well planning and drillin
been primarily responsible for the decline in oil production. The average water cut in the field is 80%. The offshore platform on which the rigle
ore frequently within the design window. Stable operation results in fewer shutdowns less breakdown maintenance less deferment less flar
s have been built and applied for Khafji field as presented by Ghoniem et al1 2. This paper is an extension to the previous papers for Khafji


pplied during well planning and drilling executions such as optimum well designs specific LWD/MWD tool selections low fluid loss drilling flu
pplied during well planning and drilling executions such as optimum well designs specific LWD/MWD tool selections low fluid loss drilling flu
e offshore platform on which the rigless operations were carried out posed a special challenge due to its proximity to two water injector platfo
aintenance less deferment less flaring lower operational cost and sometimes even higher ultimate recovery.� The impact of process ins
ion to the previous papers for Khafji Field cited above.� The optimization approach presented in this paper is based on a field-wide produc


ool selections low fluid loss drilling fluids real-time geosteering data monitoring and the cleaning of the pay zone during completions were ap
ool selections low fluid loss drilling fluids real-time geosteering data monitoring and the cleaning of the pay zone during completions were ap
s proximity to two water injector platforms. The injection water accumulation in the drainage area covered by the wells of this platform becam
covery.� The impact of process instabilities on overall well or facility perfo
paper is based on a field-wide production plann


pay zone during completions were applied to maximize res
pay zone during completions were applied to maximize res
d by the wells of this platform became evident through curr

				
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