July 2021 Issue
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These are the papers synopsized in JPT this month. They are available to SPE members only through 31 August 2021. There are also links to them at the bottom of each related synopsis.
Subsurface Analytics Case Study; Reservoir Simulation and Modeling of Highly Complex Offshore Field in Malaysia Using Artificial Intelligent and Machine Learning
An End-to-End Deep Sequential Surrogate Model for High-Performance Reservoir Modeling: Enabling New Work Flows
Reservoir Characterization and Scenario-Based Modelling to Optimize Development Planning of the Jurassic Plover Formation in the Ichthys Field, North West Shelf of Australia
First-Time Worldwide Application of Glass Reinforced Epoxy Lined Tubing for Prevention of Asphaltene Deposition on Tubing in Oil Wells: A Case Study From Kuwait
Unconventional and Tight Reservoirs
Fishbone Stimulation a Game-Changer for Tight Carbonate Productivity Enhancement: Case Study of First Successful Implementation at Adnoc Onshore Fields
An Efficient Treatment Technique for Remediation of Phase Trapping Damage in Tight Carbonate Gas Reservoirs
Liquid Removal To Improve Gas Production and Recoverable Reserves in Unconventional Liquid-Rich Reservoirs by Subsurface Wet Gas Compression
The Color of Energy: The Competition to Be the Energy of the Future
Leak Detection in Carbon Sequestration Projects Using Machine Learning Methods: Cranfield Site, Mississippi, USA
Future Roles for Natural Gas in Decarbonizing the Australian Electricity Supply Within the NEM: Total System Costs Are Key.