Empirrical Correlation Of Oil Effective Permeability As A Function Of Pressure

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RESEARCH PROJECT TOPIC ON EMPIRRICAL CORRELATION OF OIL EFFECTIVE PERMEABILITY AS A FUNCTION OF PRESSURE

ABSTRACT
A poor description of the reservoir characteristics usually poses a unique problem in exploration and production there by leading to poor development and management of a reservoir field to yield optimum profit required. An accurate description is thus a vital key to an improved field development planning andmanagement. This study illustrates how an integration of empirically determine oil
effective permeability data was correlated as a function of average reservoir pressure. This is to provide the reservoir engineer with another tool to help him appreciate the importance of empirically determined data in estimating some
reservoir properties during oil field planning, develop.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Chapter One            Introduction

1.1         Background of the study

1.2         Statement of the problem

1.3         Purpose of the study

1.4         Significance of study

1.5         Research questions

1.6         Scope of study

1.7         Limitation of study

1.8         Definition of terms

Chapter Two

2.0         Literature Review

Chapter Three

3.0         Methodology

Chapter Four

4.0              Data Analysis

Chapter Five 

5.0         Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations

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