1. Introduction to Reservoir Management Part I - Reservoir Engineering Primer 2. Basic Reservoir Analysis 3. Multiphase Flow Concepts 4. Fluid Displacement 5. Frontal Stability 6. Pattern Floods 7. Recovery of Subsurface Resources 8. Economics and the Environment Part II - Reservoir Simulation 9. Fluid Flow Equations 10. Fundamentals of Reservoir Simulation 11. Overview of the Modeling Process 12. Conceptual Reservoir Scales 13. Flow Units 14. Rock Properties 15. Distributing Rock Properties 16. Fluid Properties 17. Model Initialization 18. History Matching 19. Predictions Part III: IFLO User's Manual 20. Introduction to IFLO 21. Initialization Data 22. Recurrent Data Appendix A: Unit Conversion Factors Appendix B: Example IFLO Input Data Set
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John R. Fanchi is a Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. He has worked in the technology centers of three major oil companies (Marathon, Cities Service and Getty), and served as an international consultant. He has a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Houston.
"The talents of this very special author make up this book that is first of its kind in petroleum engineering and is a very useful tool for any engineering discipline interested in fluid flow in porous media." --Saeid Mokhatab, Advisor of Natural Gas Engineering Research Projects, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA