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Abstract

The huge number of available data imposes the use of finest tools to be shared by several stakeholders avoiding time<br>consumption and repetition of same tasks1. This paper presents the use of dynamic templates developed on well known concepts<br>in the literature, other than those frequently used for reservoir and production monitoring. This study proposes few tools<br>developed on different fields that have proven useful in the surveillance and monitoring phases as well as the further<br>optimization activity.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-20
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