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1 Introduction
1.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
1.2 Production system modelling and optimisation
1.3 Overview of the course for 2004
1.4 Unit systems and notation convention
1.5 Exercises
2 Production system modelling
2.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
2.2 Production systems
2.3 System models
2.4 Nodal analysis
2.5 Exercises
3 Optimisation objectives and constraints
3.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
3.2 Economic objectives
3.3 Environmental objectives
3.4 Technical objectives
3.5 Constraints
3.6 Exercises
4 Properties of reservoir fluids
4.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
4.2 Fluid properties
4.3 Pressure-temperature phase diagram
4.4 Equations of state
4.5 Oil models
4.6 Exercises
5 Single-phase flow in wells and pipelines
5.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
5.2 Governing equations
5.3 Pressure drop analysis
5.4 Exercises
6 Multi-phase flow in wells, pipelines and chokes
6.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
6.2 Flow regimes
6.3 Slip and hold-up
6.5 Intake pressure curves for describing tubing performance
6.6 Multi-phase flow through chokes
6.7 Exercises
7 Inflow performance
7.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
7.2 The importance of inflow performance
7.3 Governing equations
7.4 Inflow performance relationships
7.5 Formation damage and skin
7.6 Multi-layer inflow performance
7.7 Related topics that have not been considered in this chapter
8 Oil well productivity
8.1 What will be covered in this chapter?
8.2 Optimising well productivity
8.3 Oil well completions
8.4 Production rate of a vertical well operating at given tubing head pressure
8.5 Production rate of a vertical well operating through a surface choke
8.6 Summary of analysis methods
8.7 Field development planning and field management
8.8 Short-term optimisation of well performance
8.9 Long-term optimisation of well performance
8.10 Productivity of horizontal wells
8.11 Related topics that have not been considered in this chapter
Appendix A – SI units and field units
A.1 Conversion factors
A.2 SI pre-fixes
A.3 Standard conditions
A.4 Force, mass and acceleration of gravity
A.5 Amount of substance and molar mass
Appendix B – Fluid properties and correlations
B.1 Fluid properties
B.2 Oil correlations
B.3 Gas correlations
Appendix C – Numerical methods
C.1 Root finding
C.2 Differential equations
Appendix D - Answers to exercises
D.1 Answers for Chapter 1 - Introduction
D.2 Answers for Chapter 2 – Production system modelling
D.3 Answers for Chapter 3 – Optimisation objectives and constraints
D.4 Answers for Chapter 4 – Properties of reservoir fluids
D.5 Answers for Chapter 5 – Single-phase flow in wells and pipelines
E.4 Fluid flow
E.4 Fluid properties
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