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Oil and Gas Production in Nontechnical Language
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How Did We Get Here? The History of Production; The Container: The Reservoir; What's in the Container? The Prize; Yours, Mine, or Theirs? Ownership; Getting There: Drilling; What Have We Found? Logging, Testing and Completing; Behavior: Hydrocarbon Activity in the Reservoir; Here It Comes: Production; Making It Marketable: Field Processing; Fixing Things: Remedial Operations and Workovers; Who's Involved? The Players; What Should We Do? Strategy.

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Dr. William L. Leffler, a retired executive from Royal Dutch/Shell, spent 36 years with that company. During his career he spent time in refining and marketing, petrochemicals, and corporate planning in the United States, and in exploration and production in London. He earned his MBA and PHD at New York University, and a BS at MIT. He has authored multiple PennWell titles including the bestselling Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language, 4th Edition (2008), Petrochemicals in Nontechnical Language, 4th Edition (2010), and Deepwater Petroleum Exploration & Production: A Nontechnical Guide, 2nd Edition (2011). Martin S. Raymond, a veteran of more than 40 years in exploration and production, was senior vice-president - E&P for J.M. Huber Corporation. During his career he also held engineering, administrative, and management positions with Shell Oil and Forest Oil. He earned a BA degree from Princeton in geology and a masters degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Currently, Raymond consults in the area of operating process management for E & P companies.

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I don't doubt that in those specialized companies and support groups there are many, many people who want to and ought to know more about the processes of producing oil and gas . . . . This book by Leffler and Raymond is a broad leap across the gap between the mysteries of production operations and the need for better understanding by those who help make it happen. --John F. Bookout, President & CEO (retired) I dont doubt that in those specialized companies and support groups there are many, many people who want to and ought to know more about the processes of producing oil and gas . . . . This book by Leffler and Raymond is a broad leap across the gap between the mysteries of production operations and the need for better understanding by those who help make it happen. John F. Bookout, President and CEO (retired), Shell Oil Company

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