Reservoir Management

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.