The objective of the Petroleum Science and Engineering is to bridge the gap between the engineering, the geology and the science of petroleum and natural gas by publishing explicitly written articles intelligible to scientists and engineers working in any field of petroleum engineering, natural gas engineering and petroleum (natural gas) geology. An attempt is made in all issues to balance the subject matter and to appeal to a broad readership. The Petroleum Science and Engineering covers the fields of petroleum (and natural gas) exploration, production and flow in its broadest possible sense. Topics include: origin and accumulation of petroleum (natural gas); petroleum (natural gas) geochemistry; reservoir engineering; rock mechanics/ petrol physics ; well logging, testing and evaluation; mathematical modeling; enhanced oil and gas recovery; petroleum (natural gas) geology; compaction/diagnosis; petroleum (natural gas) economics; drilling and drilling fluids; thermodynamics and phase behavior, fluid mechanics in porous media and multi-phase flow; reservoir simulation; production engineering; formation evaluation; exploration methods. Papers will be published with the minimum of publication delay. Research articles, case histories, field process reports, short communications, book reviews, symposium proceedings and review articles are accepted.
The department provides the services below:
Reserve Estimation, Reservoir Drive Mechanism, Material Balance, Rate Decline Analysis, Fluid flow in Porous Media, and Well Testing.
Numerical reservoir simulation; enhanced oil recovery techniques; field development planning; reservoir management procedures.