We are coming out the other side of closing our office and moving home. Most technical issues have been resolved – but the server is still for sale (cheap!). Now that we have time to breath I can start uploading
Three separate inquiries in one week makes for an easy blog topic! So, your Initial Pressure Gas (IP Gas) or Initial Pressure Oil (IP Oil) submissions have been accepted by the ERCB – but the UWI still shows up on
Perforation Inflow Diagnostic (PID) Tests are an excellent, and cost effective, method for obtaining a quality estimation of initial reservoir pressure conditions. As the name implies, these tests are conducted during or immediately after perforating – so reservoir pressure transients
Characterizing Reservoir Properties using Diagnostic Fracture Injection Testing (DFIT) was presented at a recent Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) luncheon. A great talk – and a great reservoir diagnostic test – as our example Level 2 eREPORT illustrates: DFIT2 Mini-frac’
The second sample eREPORT I’d like to point out is PTA2 Theoretical 4pt AOF – Pressure Transient Analysis Level 2. Our Level 2 eREPORT is simplified in terms of write-up: only a summary of analytical results and conclusions. Level 2
We now have a variety of sample eREPORTS available for perusal. The first one I’d like to draw your attention to is titled PTA1 Comprehensive: Pressure Transient Analysis level 1 comprehensive. This is the traditional, legacy style, turnkey eREPORT for
Finally – a blog on Welltesting! It’s taken a while to get this together. Mostly because I’ve been too busy and needed someone to help get the new WordPress based web site designed and loaded. Now that it’s up I
We pioneered digital engineering eReports to allow you to reduce, or even eliminate, paper copies, and lighten up your well files.
We tell it like it is in practical, easy to understand, concise English. We employ visual literacy concepts to make complex subject matter easy to comprehend.
With more than 34 years practical experience we know conventional testing is critical for completion and reservoir engineering. But we also know test alternatives to save you money!