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Abstract

The introduction of formation-pressure-while-drilling tools has brought significant benefits to the industry including improved well landing<br>and placement, drilling optimization, and reservoir characterization. Acquiring formation pressure data while drilling rather than traditional<br>wireline methods may be particularly advantageous when rig costs or wellbore stability risks are high. Typical reservoir management<br>applications include identification of reservoir compartmentalization and permeability barriers, identification of fluid type using gradients,<br>and identification of the best production/injection zones on the basis of reservoir pressure and mobility estimates.

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2009-12-07
2022-05-26
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