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1 Introduction to Well Testing
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2 Outline Importance Applications and objectives of well testing Development of the diffusivity equation Definitions and sources for data used in  well testing
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3 Importance  Treatment design Production prediction 
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4 What Is A Well Test? A tool for reservoir evaluation and  characterization Investigates a much larger volume of the reservoir  than cores or logs Provides estimate of permeability under in-situ  conditions Provides estimates of near-wellbore damage Provides estimates of distances to boundaries
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5 How Is A Well Test Conducted? q q = 0 t q t p
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6 Well Test Applications Exploration Reservoir engineering Production engineering
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7 Well Test Objectives  Define reservoir limits Estimate average drainage area pressure Characterize reservoir Diagnose productivity problems Evaluate stimulation treatment  effectiveness
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8 Types of Well Tests q Single-Well Multi-Well
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