Applied Hydrodynamics in Petroleum Exploration
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K. The size of this volume reflects the new subject matter.. This remains our objective in the second edition, although it has become apparent that additional material is needed to satisfactorily achieve it. This was accomplished by blending discussions of Hubbert's concepts with some of the procedures used by industry specialists to answer practical oil and gas questions. When the first edition was published (1982), M. In the first edition of this book, we observed that it had been created to fill a need for a usable "self-contained volume on hydrodynamics" (and hydrogeology) that was written specifically for the petroleum industry, but could also serve the earth science community in general. " It was also hoped that by treating areas of conceptual overlap between petroleum geology and ground water hydrology, workers in both disciplines wo
Sedimentary Petrology . Review from the First Edition: "this book is a good primer and should be read and digested by every exploration geologist." J
Adrian Perarnau said Good book for basic concepts. Excellent book. Basic concepts very well laid out. For learning the ropes in pressure testing interpretation, this is the book to read.