**Technical Videos**- Geological Storage of CO2 - Part 1: Need, Potential and Future - Part 2: Reservoir Engineering Aspects
- Deconvolution in Well Testing - Part 2: Modern Methods
- Deconvolution in Well Testing - Part 1: Classical Methods
- Coalbed Methane - Part 2: Reservoir Engineering Applications
- Coalbed Methane - Part 1: Reservoir Engineering Fundamentals
- Testing of Tight Gas - Using Perforation Inflow Test Analysis
- Gas Hydrates - Recovery and Evaluation of a Potential Source of Natural Gas
- Acid Gas Injection - Compositional Modeling for Flow of Acid Gases in Wellbores
- Gas Reserves Determination - Using Basic Classical Techniques to Reduce Uncertainty
- Advanced Decline Analysis Case Studies - Proven Techniques for Reserves Evaluation
- Gas Gathering System Modeling - A 5 Step Approach to Production Optimization
- Evaluating Gas-In-Place - Case studies using flowing and shut-in data
- The Flowing Material Balance - Evaluate Hydrocarbons-In-Place Without Shutting-In a Well
- Modern Production Decline Analysis
- Wellbore Dynamics in Well Testing - What You See May Not Be What The Reservoir Saw

# Engineering Technical Resources

Technical Videos
Technical Resources
Published Papers

**Published papers**

- Limitations of Current Type Curves in Characterizing SRV and Development of EFR Type Curves
- Does Unit-Slope Beyond Maximum Producing Time Always Represent BDF in RTA?
- Does Flowing Pressure Matter? A Statistical Study
- A Physics-Based Method To Forecast Production From Tight and Shale Petroleum Reservoirs by Use of Succession of Pseudosteady States
- Is That Interference? A Workflow for Identifying and Analyzing Communication Through Hydraulic Fractures in a Multi-Well Pad
- Inflow Performance Relationship for Unconventional Reservoirs (Transient IPR)
- Modification of the Transient Linear Flow Distance of Investigation Calculation for Use in Hydraulic Fracture Property Determination
- Analysis of Decline Curves on the Basis of Beta-Derivative
- Draw-Down Management Leads to Better Productivity in Reservoirs with Pressure-Dependent Permeability - or Does It?
- Well Completions and Profitability: A Horn River Shale Case Study
- How Reliable is Production Data Analysis?
- Aggregate Production Forecasts for Unconventional Resource Drilling Locations Using Monte Carlo Simulation
- Superposition-Rate as An Alternative to Superposition-Time
- Analytical Modeling for Geomechanical Changes in Multi-Frac Completions
- A Comprehensive Kinetics Model for Light Oil Oxidation
- Is That Radial Flow? What Can be Learned from Buildup Analysis of Multiply-Fractured Horizontal Wells in Unconventional Reservoirs
- Modeling the Interface Resistance In Low Soluble Gaseous Solvents - Heavy Oil Systems
- Leakage Characterization through Above-Zone Pressure Monitoring: 2. Design Considerations with Application to CO
_{2}Storage in Saline Aquifers - Leakage Characterization through Above-Zone Pressure 1. Inversion Approach
- Importance of the Transition Period to Compound Linear Flow in Unconventional Reservoirs
- Analytical Model for History Matching and Forecasting Production in Multifrac Composite Systems
- Practical Analytical Model to Simulate Production of Horizontal Wells with Branch Fractures
- Executing Mini-Frac Tests and Interpreting After-Closure Data for Determining Reservoir Characteristics in Unconventional Reservoirs
- What's Positive About Negative Intercepts
- Pressure Normalized Decline Curve Analysis for Rate-Controlled Wells
- Pitfalls of Superposition When Analyzing Production Data
- The Benefits of Reworking Declining CBM Wells
- A New Unified Diffusion-Viscous Flow Model Based on Pore Level Studies of Tight Gas Formations
- New Type Curves for Analyzing Horizontal Well With Multiple Fractures in Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Estimation of Contacted and Original Gas-in-Place for Low Permeability Reservoirs Exhibiting Linear Flow
- Effect of Heterogeneity in a Horizontal Well With Multiple Fractures on the Long-Term Forecast in Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Analyzing Variable Rate - Pressure Data in Transient Linear Flow in Unconventional Gas Reservoirs
- Analysis of Production Data Using the Beta-Derivative
- CO
_{2}Disposal as Hydrate in Ocean Sediments - New and Improved Methods for Performing Rate-Transient Analysis of Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Analysis of Production Data in Shale Gas Reservoirs - Rigorous Corrections for Fluid and Flow Properties
- Estimation of Concentration-Dependent Diffusion Coefficient in Pressure-Decay Experiment of Heavy Oils and Bitumen
- Advancements in Shale Gas Production Forecasting – A Marcellus Case Study
- Quantifying Uncertainty in Rate Transient Analysis for Unconventional Gas Reservoirs
- A New Analytical Method for Analyzing Production Data from Shale Gas Reservoirs Exhibiting Linear Flow: Constant Pressure Production
- A New Analytical Method for Analyzing Production Data from Shale Gas Reservoirs Exhibiting Linear Flow - Constant Rate Production
- Production Analysis of Tight Gas and Shale Gas Reservoirs Using the Dynamic-Slippage Concept
- Storage of CO
_{2}Hydrate in Shallow Gas Reservoirs: pre- and post-injection periods - Behavior of Gas Production from Type III Hydrate Reservoirs
- Modeling Fractured Horizontal Wells As Dual Porosity Composite Reservoirs – Application to Tight Gas, Shale Gas and Tight Oil Cases
- Regional Long-term Production Modeling from a Single Well Test, Mount Elbert Gas Hydrate Stratigraphic Test Well, Alaska North Slope
- Application of Operator Splitting Technique in Numerical Simulation of Gas Hydrate Reservoirs
- Challenges, Uncertainties, and Issues Facing Gas Production from Gas-Hydrate Deposits
- Use of Formation Pressure Test Results Over a Hydrate Interval for Long-Term Production Forecasting at the Mount Elbert Gas Hydrate Stratigraphic Test Well, Alaska North Slope: Implications of Uncertainties
- Pressure Build-up and Decay in Acid Gas Injection Operations in Reefs in the Zama Field, Canada, and Implications for CO
_{2}Storage - Revisiting the Drainage Relative Permeability Measurement by Centrifuge Method Using a Forward-backward Modeling Scheme
- Life-Cycle Decline Curve Estimation for Tight/Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Wellbore Dynamics of Carbon-Sequestration Injection Well Operation
- Development and Application of an Improved Workflow for Developed Reserve Forecasting
- Mass Diffusion Parameters in Presence of Interface Resistance in Gas-Bitumen Systems
- Characterization of Leakage through Cap-Rock with Application to CO
_{2}Storage in Aquifers - Single Injector and Single Monitoring Well - Design Considerations to Test Sealing Capacity of Saline Aquifers
- Analytical Solution for Gas Production from Tilted Gas Hydrate Reservoirs
- CO
_{2}Storage as Hydrate in Depleted Gas Reservoirs - Behavior of Depressurization in Type III Hydrate Reservoirs
- Relative Permeability of CBM Reservoirs - Controls on Curve Shape
- Wellbore Dynamics of Acid Gas Injection Well Operation
- Comparison of Power Law and Modified Hyperbolic Decline Methods
- Dual Porosity Typecurves for Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Modeling Well Performance Data from Overpressured Shale Gas Reservoirs
- Analyzing Production Data from Unconventional Gas Reservoirs with Linear Flow and Apparent Skin
- Case Studies of a Simple Yet Rigorous Forecasting Procedure for Tight Gas Wells
- Compositional Effects of Impure CO
_{2}Injection into Aquifers - Storage of CO
_{2}as Hydrate Beneath the Ocean Floor - The Heartland Area Redwater CO
_{2}Storage Project (HARP) - Results of Phase I site characterization - Multiwell Injectivity for Storage of CO
_{2}in Aquifers - Simplified Yet Rigorous Forecasting of TightorShale Gas Production in Linear Flow
- Challenges, Uncertainties and Issues Facing Gas Production From Hydrate Deposits in Geologic Systems
- Analysis of Production Data from Fractured Shale Gas Wells
- Advanced Gas Material Balance, in Simplified Format
- Modified Power Law Exponential Decline for Tight Gas
- Impact of Ignoring CO
_{2}Injection Volumes on Post-Frac PTA - Diagnostics of Data Quality for Analysis of Production Data
- Application of the Power Law Loss-Ratio Method of Decline Analysis
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists Article 14 - Reservoir Simulation
- Impact of Shale Properties on Pore Structure and Storage Characteristics
- Production Analysis and Forecasting of Shale Gas Reservoirs: Case History-Based Approach
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 13 - Geological Storage of CO
_{2} - Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 12 - Coalbed Methane Fundamentals
- Coarse Grid Numerical Simulation of Reaction Kinetics Model in the Gas Hydrate Reservoirs
- Behaviour of Gas Production from Type III Hydrate Reservoirs
- Analysis of Modular Dynamic Formation Test Results from the Mount Elbert Stratigraphic Test Well, Milne Point, Alaska
- An International Effort to Compare Gas Hydrate Reservoir Simulators
- Application of Flowing p/Z* Material Balance for Dry Coalbed-Methane Reservoirs
- Analytical Solution for Gas Production from Hydrate Reservoirs Underlain with Free Gas
- Chromatographic Partitioning of H
_{2}S and CO_{2}in Acid Gas Disposal - Tight Gas Production Performance Using Decline Curves
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 9 - Monte Carlo Simulation/Risk Assessment
- Use of Analytical Models and Monte-Carlo Simulation for Quantification of Uncertainties with Gas Production from Hydrate-Capped Gas Reservoirs
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 8: Rate Transient Analysis
- The Effect of Pressure Decline Rate and Pressure Gradient on the Behaviour of Solution Gas Drive in Heavy Oils
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 7: Well Test Interpretation
- A Comparative Study of Flux-Limiting Methods for Numerical Simulation of Gas-Solid Reactions with Arrhenius Type Reaction Kinetics
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 6 - Material Balance for Oil Reservoirs
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 5 - Material Balance Analysis
- Importance of Fabric on the Production of Gas Shales
- Predicting PVT Data for CO
_{2}-Brine Mixtures for Black-Oil Simulation of CO_{2}Geological Storage - Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 4: Production Decline Analysis
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 3: Volumetric Estimation
- Decline Curve Analysis for Naturally Fractured Gas Reservoirs: A Study on the Applicability of Pseudo-Time and Pseudo Material Balance Time
- An Early-Time Model for Well Testing of a Hydrate-Capped Gas Reservoir
- A New Approach for Interpreting Pressure Data to Estimate Key Reservoir Parameters From Closed-Chamber Tests
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 2 - COGEH Reserve
- Reservoir Engineering for Geologists - Article 1 - Overview
- Production Decline Performance of CBM Wells
- Effect of Hydrates on Sustaining Reservoir Pressure in a Hydrate-Capped Gas Reservoir
- Innovative Use of the Oil and Gas Regulations
- Production Data Analysis — Future Practices for Analysis and Interpretation
- Type Curves for Dry CBM Reservoirs with Equilibrium Desorption
- Analyze CBM Decline Performance
- Permeability Estimation from Inflow Data during Underbalanced Drilling
- Comparison of Different Numerical Laplace Inversion Methods for Engineering Applications
- Dynamic Modelling of Solution-Gas Drive in Heavy Oil
- Practical Considerations in Estimating Test Duration for Perforation Inflow Tests
- Revisiting the Drainage Relative Permeability Measurement by Centrifuge Method Using a Foward-backward Modelling Scheme
- Radius of Investigation for Composite Reservoirs
- Upscaling of Kinetic Parameters for Simulation of Reactive In Situ Bitumen Recovery
- Scaling Behavior of Convective Mixing, with Application to Geological Storage of CO
_{2} - An Effective Method for Modelling Non-Moving Stagnant Liquid Columns in Gas Gathering Systems
- Evaluating and Developing Tight Gas Reserves – Best Practices
- New Analytical Solution To Pressure Transient Problems In Commingled, Layered Zones With Unequal Initial Pressures Subject To Step Changes In Production Rates
- Improve Shale Gas Production Forecasts: Assessing the Potential of Shale Gas Resources Requires an Understanding of the Shale Properties
- Predicting Gas Generation by Depressurization of Hydrates where the Sharp-Interface Assumption is not Valid
- Material Balance and Boundary-Dominated Flow Models for Hydrate-Capped Gas Reservoirs
- Production Data Analysis-Challenges, Pitfalls, Diagnostics
- When Does a Longer Shut-in Lead to a Larger Radius of Investigation?
- Use of PITA for Estimating Key Reservoir Parameters
- Case Study - Modeling of a Large-Scale Tight-Gas Gathering System
- New, Rigorous Material Balance Equations for Gas Flow in a Compressible Formation With Residual Fluid Saturation
- Analysis of Gas-Well Reservoir Peformance Data Using B-Spline Deconvolution
- Well Testing of Tight Gas Reservoirs
- Modeling of CO
_{2}Cut in CBM Production - Reservoir Characterization of the Wabiskaw B in the Kirby Area, Alberta, Canada
- Development of Equations and Procedure for Perforation Inflow Test Analysis (PITA)
- Dynamic Material Balance (Oil or Gas-In-Place Without Shut-Ins)
- Perforation Inflow Test Analysis
- An Improved Pseudo-Time for Gas Reservoirs with Significant Transient Flow
- Gas Gathering System Modeling The Pipeline Pressure Loss Match
- Practical Considerations for Coalbed Methane Field Development
- Practical Diagnostics Using Production Data and Flowing Pressures
- A New Method of Computing Pseudo-Time for Real Gas Flow Using the Material Balance Equation
- Comparison of Correlations of Viscosity of Sour Natural Gas
- An Effective Method for Modelling Stagnant / Liquid Columns in Gas Gathering Systems
- Coalbed Methane Goes Hi-Tech - Fekete Develops New Software to Help Exploit CBM
- A Systematic and Comprehensive Methodology for Advanced Analysis of Production Data
- Analytical Solution to the Transient-Flow Problems for a Well Located near a Finite-Conductivity Fault in Composite Reservoirs
- Analytical Methods in Well Testing (Slides)
- Material-Balance-Time During Linear and Radial Flow
- Fekete’s F.A.S.T. RTA™ Software Advances Production Decline Analysis
- SAGD Operations in the Presence of Overlying Gas Cap and Water Layer—Effect of Shale Layers
- Case Study - Including the Effects of Stagnant Water in Gas Gathering System Modelling
- Why Plot the Equivalent Time Derivative on Shut-In Time Coordinates
- What Time Is It?
- A Procedure for Modelling Gas Gathering Systems
- Gas Rate Forecasting During Boundary Dominated Flow
- Comparison of Pressure Transient Behaviour of Composite and Multi-Layer Reservoirs
- Largest Reservoir Study in Australia
- A Practical Method for Improving the Accuracy of Well Test Analyses Through Analytical Convergence
- Commingling
- Effects of Some Simplifying Assumptions on Interpretation of Transient Data
- Evaluating and Managing Risk in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
- The Flowing Gas Material Balance
- International Opportunities - Can Canadians Compete?
- Four Reasons Why Your Gas Condensate Fluid Model is Probably Wrong
- Derivative Analysis Without Type Curves
- Computers - Black Box or Tool Box?
- How Useful are Drawdown Type Curves in Buildup Analysis?
- A Practical and Systematic Approach to Horizontal Welltest Analysis
- Optimize Your Gas Deliverability with F.A.S.T. Piper™
- Reservoir Pressure Analysis: Art or Science?
- Practical Well Test Interpretation
- Recognition of Two Unconformity Surfaces within the Middle Mannville, West Central Alberta
- Prediction of Long Term Deliverability in Tight Formations
- Critical Evaluation and Processing of Data Prior to Pressure Transient Analysis
- The Primary Pressure Derivative (PPD) - A New Diagnostic Tool in Well Test Interpretation
- How Wellbore Dynamics Affect Pressure Transient Analysis
- Computer Calculations of Compressibility of Natural Gas
- Upper Mannville Tidal Creek & Incised Fluvial Channel Reservoirs at Fort Kent Thermal Project of E. Central Alberta
- IPR's and All That - The Direct and Inverse Problem
- Reply to Discussion of: The Analysis of Modified Isochronal Tests to predict the Stabilized Deliverability of Gas Wells without Using Stabilized Flow Data
- Mid-Givetian Events in Western Canada: The Dawson Bay - Watt Mountain - "Slave Point" Interlude
- Practical Well Test Design to Evaluate Hydraulic Fractures in Low Permeability Wells
- Gas Pipeline Efficiencies and Pressure Gradient Curves
- Start of the Semi-Log Straight Line in Buildup Analysis
- Determination of Stabilized Factor and Skin Factor from Isochronal and Modified Isochronal Tests
- Problem Gas Well Build-Up Tests - A Field Case Illustration of Solution Through the Use of Combined Techniques
- Pressure Transient Analysis of Wells in Very Long Narrow Reservoirs
- Ostracodes as a Correlation Tool in Devonian Studies of Saskatchewan and Adjacent Areas
- Validity of Isochronal and Modified Isochronal Testing of Gas Wells
- Solution of a Non-Linear Gas Flow Equation by the Perturbation Technique
- Prediction of Pressure Drawdown in Gas Reservoirs Using a Semi-Analytical Solution of the Non-Liner Gas Flow Equation
- Variation of Viscosity-Compressibility Product With Pressure of Natural Gas
- Orifice Metering of Two-Phase Flow
- Use of Pressure, Pressure Squared or Pseudo-Pressure in the Analysis of Transient Pressure Drawdown Data from Gas Wells
- Compressibility of Natural Gases
- Theory and Practice of the Testing of Gas Wells, Third Edition
- Air-Oil Slug Flow in An Upward-Inclined Pipe - 1: Slug Velocity, Holdup and Pressure Gradient
- An In-Situ Volume Fraction Sensor for Two Phase Flows of Non-Electrolytes