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- 5.0: Lesson Overview
- 5.1: Introduction
- 5.2: Estimation of Original Gas In-Place, OGIP, Using the Volumetric Method
- 5.3: Drive Mechanisms in Gas Reservoirs
- 5.4: Performance of Gas Wells
- 5.4.1: Stabilized Inflow Performance of Gas Wells
- 5.4.1.1: Stabilized Flow of Gas to a Vertical Production Well in Terms of Pressure
- 5.4.1.2: Stabilized Flow of Gas to a Vertical Production Well in Terms of Pressure-Squared
- 5.4.1.3: Stabilized Flow of Gas to a Vertical Production Well in Terms of the Real Gas Pseudo-Pressure, m(p)
- 5.4.1.4: The Rawlins and Schellhardt Backpressure or Deliverability Equation
- 5.4.2: Transient Performance of Gas Wells
- 5.4.2.1: Derivation of the Diffusivity Equation in Radial-Cylindrical Coordinates for Compressible Gas Flow
- 5.4.2.2: The Diffusivity Equation for a Gas in Radial-Cylindrical Coordinates in Terms of Pressure
- 5.4.2.3: The Diffusivity Equation for a Gas in Radial-Cylindrical Coordinates in Terms of Pressure-Squared
- 5.4.2.4: The Diffusivity Equation for a Gas in Radial-Cylindrical Coordinates in Terms of Real Gas Pseudo-Pressure, m(p)
- 5.5: Field Performance of Gas Reservoirs
- 5.5.1: Field and Well Performance of Gas Reservoirs by Material Balance
- 5.5.2: Field and Well Performance of Gas Reservoirs with Arps Decline Curve Analysis
- 5.6: Key Learnings
- 5.7: Summary and Final Tasks