Modifications improve waterflood performance model

A.H. El-BanbiTexas A&M UniversityCollege Station, Tex. A. Abdel WallyKing Al-Saud UniversityRiyadh, Saudi Arabia K.A. Abd-el Fattah, M.H. SayyouhCairo UniversityGiza, Egypt Modifications to the Craig-Geffen-Morse (CGM) waterflooding model improve reservoir performance predictions and allow for the inclusion of pressure drop variations with time. The modified model was validated against numerical simulation results. Waterflooding Waterflooding increases production rates and improves ultimate oil recovery from a variety of reservoirs. Over the years, many waterflood performance prediction methods1 have been developed. Among these methods, the CGM2 model seems to be the best simpl...

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