SPE Technical Papers Available for Download — February-March 2023

SPE technical papers synopsized in each monthly issue of JPT are available for free download for SPE members for 2 months. These February and March papers are available now.

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(available here through 31 March)

Drilling Automation and Innovation

Autonomous Directional-Drilling Planning and Execution Using an Industry 4.0 Platform

Safer and Faster Drilling Through AI-Driven Permanent Cuttings Monitoring: An Operator’s Approach

Well Testing

Diagnostic Plots of Pressure-Transient, Rate‑Transient, and Diagnostic Fracture Injection/Falloff Tests

Effective Use of Surveillance To Optimize the Development Plan for a Deepwater Reservoir

Not Measured, Not Improved: Agile Three-Phase Well-Flow Measurement and Well-Testing Unit

Formation Evaluation

A New Pore-Pressure-Prediction Model for Naturally Fractured Shales and Stacked Plays: The Effect of Active Hydrocarbon Generation—A Powder River Basin Case Study

Delaware Basin Wolfcamp Formation Maturation and Post-Permian Basin Evolution Based on 2D Restorations and Basin Modeling

Defining Heterogeneity and Compartmentalization Predictions of Minor Reservoirs in Fluvial Environments: Geological and Dynamic Context


4D Seismic in Subsurface CO2 Plume Monitoring: Why It Matters

Using Active and Passive Near-Field Hydrophones To Image the Near-Surface in Ultrashallow Waters Offshore Abu Dhabi

March 2023

(available here through 30 April)

Artificial Lift

Hybrid Artificial Lift-SRP/Gas Lift for Oil Production in High-GOR Environment

Carbon Footprint Reduction Using Permanent Magnet Motors in Artificial Lift Systems

Development of an AMPCP Condition Indicator

Production Monitoring

Integration of Johan Sverdrup PRM 4D Data Into the Dynamic Model

Intelligent Pipe: A Multiannuli Monitoring Solution

High Pressure/High Temperature

Casing Wear: Prediction, Monitoring, Analysis, and Management in the Culzean Field

Wireline Logging in High-Overbalance High‑Temperature/High-Pressure Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Well With Water-Based Reservoir Drilling Fluid

Drilling the Deepest High-Pressure/High-Temperature Onshore Exploration Well Using a Combination of Mud-Cooling and Managed-Pressure-Drilling Techniques: A Field Case Study From the Nile Delta of Egypt Targeting Mesozoic Carbonate Platform

Formation Damage

Case Study of Identifying and Minimizing Formation Damage in Tight Reservoirs Caused by Drilling Fluids in Abu Dhabi Onshore Operation Using Compatibility Coreflood Studies

Formation Damage by Fines Breakage and Migration

First Evidence for Shale-Production Decline Caused by Formation Damage From C60+ Paraffin Wax Deposition: A Permian Case Study

Topics Coming Up in April

Natural Gas Processing and Handling | Completions | Heavy Oil | History Matching and Forecasting