Journal of
Petroleum and Gas Engineering

  • Abbreviation: J. Petroleum Gas Eng.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2677
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPGE
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 107

JPGE Articles

October 2010

Spectral characterization of Kolsuz-Ulukisla-Nigde clays, Central Anatolian Region-Turkey and petroleum exploration

  Characterization of the Kolsuz clays in the Central Anatolian Region (Ulukisla-Nigde-Turkey) were carried out using the spectroscopic techniques and results were interpreted in terms of petroleum exploration. The DTA-TGA measurements have been carried out for determinations of thermal behaviour of the clay samples. The FTIR spectra of clays known as standard clays such as illite, illite-smectite mixed layer,...

Author(s): Burhan Davarcioglu and Emin Ciftci

  • Article Number: 75229322898

October 2010

Saturation and pressure distributions in a two-phase flow through semi-infinite porous media

  This paper presents models and solutions for the saturation and pressure distributions in a two-phase flow through semi-infinite porous media. The mathematical model, which was developed from the popular Darcy’s equation and the continuity equation, contains a substance source/sink term. The implicit finite difference formulation of the model was solved for saturation and pressure using the modified...

Author(s): C. O. C Oko and O. E. Diemuodeke

  • Article Number: 95D00EB2935

June 2010

Experimental study on the effects of kerosene-doped gasoline on gasoline-powered engine performance characteristics

  This investigation was carried out to study the engine-out emissions from a four-stroke, four-cylinder, water-cooled spark ignition (SI) engine with kerosene blended gasoline with different proportions of kerosene ranging from 0 - 50% by volume in step of 10%. Gaseous exhaust emissions were measured with the aid of pocket gas TM-portable gas analyzer. The experimental results showed that the engine-out...

Author(s): O. Obodeh and N. C. Akhere

  • Article Number: 93F81572816

June 2010

Analytical critical drawdown (CDD) failure model for real time sanding potential prediction based on Hoek and Brown failure criterion

  The risks of failure in sand reservoirs and consequent sand production is now a stark reality in the upstream oil and gas industry. As a result, failure analysis of reservoir rocks for sanding potential prediction purposes has become a routine activity more than ever before. Owing to the huge economic, operational and safety implications of risks of sand failure, the efficient management of these risks for...

Author(s): Gbenga Folorunso Oluyemi  and M. Babs Oyeneyin

  • Article Number: 36254EC2775

June 2010

A proactive approach for predicting and preventing wax deposition in production tubing strings – The Niger Delta experience

  A proactive approach for managing wax deposition problems during production operation is presented. A predictive thermodynamic model is employed to determine the onset condition(s) for wax precipitation in hydrocarbon mixtures. The parameters of a continuous distribution function are used to establish the nature of hydrocarbon mixtures while a fluid temperature distribution model enables the determination of...

Author(s): A. A. Sulaimon, G. K. Falade and W. DeLandro

  • Article Number: 5A23A282801

March 2010

A new method for determining the formation temperature from bottom-hole temperature logs

  Earlier, the authors proposed a new method for prediction of formation temperatures in permafrost regions from temperature logs in deep wells, and developed working formulas to process field data. The application of the proposed method on predicting the undisturbed formation temperature does not depend: (a) on the well drilling history (vertical depth versus time and stops in mud circulation), (b)...

Author(s): I. M. Kutasov and L. V. Eppelbaum

  • Article Number: FE11D162701

March 2010

A prediction to the best artificial lift method selection on the basis of TOPSIS model

  Artificial lift as a system adding energy to the fluid column in a wellbore to initiate and enhance production from the well is necessary when reservoir drives do not sustain acceptable rates or cause fluids to flow at all in some cases which use a range of operating principles, including pumping and gas lifting. Technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) model or method is one of...

Author(s): Mehrdad Alemi, , , Hossein Jalalifar, , Gholamreza Kamali and Mansour Kalbasi,

  • Article Number: DD2D4E82719

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