Books Authored and Co-Authored By Servipetrol
Servipetrol professionals have authored or have contributed to the publication of the following books:
"The Price of Oil" by Dr. Roberto F. Aguilera and Dr. Marian Radetzki,
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK (2015).
- Why the oil price rose stupendously over the past four decades
- Why it is likely to remain low in the coming decades
- What it means for the macroeconomy, politics and the environment
"Naturally Fractured Reservoirs" by Dr. Roberto Aguilera,
PennWell Books, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1st Edition, 1980; 2nd Edition, 1995).
Contents of the 2nd Edition are as follows:
Geologic Aspects - Drilling and Completion Methods
- Formation Evaluation by Well Log Analysis
- Tight Gas Reservoirs
- Case Histories
- Economic Evaluation and Reserves
"The Technology of Artificial Lift Methods" Volume 4, by Kermit E. Brown et al, PennWell Books, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1984). Dr. Roberto Aguilera and Luis Acevedo co-authored the Chapter on "Coning and Fingering of Water and Gas".
"Horizontal Wells" by R. Aguilera, J. S. Artindale, G. M. Cordell, M. C. Ng, G. W. Nicholl, and G. A. Runions, Contributions in Petroleum Geology and Engineering No. 9, Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, Texas (1991). Engineers of Servipetrol Ltd. and Canadian Hunter joined efforts to write this book which includes the following chapters:
Geologic Aspects - Drilling - Completions - Well Logging - Well Test Analysis - Well Performance and Productivity - Thermal Recovery and Primary Production for Heavy Oils - Naturally Fractured Reservoirs.
"Determination of Oil and Gas Reserves" Petroleum Society of CIM Monograph No. 1, prepared under the Chairmanship of Dr. Roberto Aguilera, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (First Edition: 1994, Second Edition: 2004). A total of over 50 people were involved in the planning, writing, reviewing and editing of this Monograph. Contents are as follows:
Overview - Definitions - Guidelines for Estimation of Oil and Gas Reserves - Estimation of Volumes of Hydrocarbons in Place - Geostatistics - Probability Analysis for Estimates of Hydrocarbons in Place, Material Balance Determination of Hydrocarbons in Place - Estimation of Recovery Factors and Forecasting of Recoverable Hydrocarbons - Natural Depletion Mechanisms for Oil Reservoirs - Depletion Mechanisms for Natural Gas Reservoirs - Enhanced Recovery by Waterflooding - Enhanced Recovery by Hydrocarbon Miscible Flooding - Enhanced Recovery by Immiscible Gas Injection - Enhanced Recovery by Thermal Stimulation - Enhanced Recovery by Carbon Dioxide Flooding - Reserves Estimation for Horizontal Wells - Naturally Fractured Reservoirs - Numerical Simulation - Decline Curve Methods - Recovery Factor Statistics - Prices, Economics, and Markets - Cash Flow Analysis - Uncertainty and Risk in Reserves Evaluation - The Regulatory Environment - Crude Oil Markets - Natural Gas Markets - Uses of Reserves Evaluations.
“Advances in the Study of Fractured Reservoirs” Edited by G. H. Spence, J. Redfern, R. Aguilera, T. G. Bevan, J.W. Cosgrove, and G. D. Couples, Geological Society, London, Special Publication 374 (2014).
This book addresses Naturally Fractured Reservoirs and some of the challenges and in knowledge, approaches, concepts, and methods used to characterize the interplay of rock matrix and fracture networks, relevant to fluid flow and hydrocarbon recovery. Topics include: describing, characterizing and identifying controls on fracture networks from outcrops, cores, geophysical data, digital and numerical models; geomechanical influences on reservoir behavior; numerical modelling and simulation of fluid flow; and case studies of the exploration and development of carbonate, siliciclastic and metamorphic naturally fractured reservoirs.
"Unconventional Gas and Tight Oil Exploitation" Roberto Aguilera, Editor-in-Chief and co-author. SPE monograph (2018). Contents are as follows:
Geologic Aspects, Integrated Real-Time Well Construction and Performance Drilling, Completion for Gas and Liquid-Rich Shales, Environment and Regulatory, Tight Gas and Tight Oil Development, Coal Bed Methane, Shale Gas and Liquid-Rich Shale, Gas Hydrate Reservoirs, Economics.