All Days 1988
DOI: 10.2118/18381-ms
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Abstract: Temperature data recorded during production testing have been interpreted and the results found to be a useful source of information to supplement the pressure data. Increases in bottom hole temperature while flowing are explained by the Joule-Thomson inversion effect. During shut-in periods, the temperature declines and it has been found that the fall-off can be analysed using transient well test analysis techniques.Three field examples are presented where effects attributed to reservoir geometry yielded sim… Show more

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