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Surface Well Testing

This is a typical scene of oil burning during the Well Testing operation.The photo is taken couple of nights ago, while we were testing a well in Persian Gulf.

Oil Burning

Surface Well Testing (SWT) is the initial evaluation of the oil well and help us knowing the characterisitcs of the reservoir. During this initial phase of the well life, there is no production facilities avaialable yet, so we burn the produced oil during the test.

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September 23, 2006 - Posted by | Oilfield, Photography

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    Comment by omar | November 6, 2007 | Reply

  2. Dear Sir/ Madam,

    Hello, I write on behalf of Mike Dyson to kindly request permission for the use of the image found at the top of this page (named ‘Oil Burner at Night’)

    This would be used in Geophysics, Production Mechanisms and Reserves, Volume 2 in the forthcoming Imperial College Press series Imperial College Lectures in Petroleum Engineering. The title is a multi-authored work, and Mike’s contribution is a chapter entitled ‘Well Engineering’. The title is scheduled for publication in September 2015, will have a print run of 900 copies, is for commercial use, and will be sold globally.

    Should you grant permission but request any particular wording that you would like to be used in the figure’s acknowledgement, please let me know.

    Thank you.

    Kind regards,

    Thomas Dray
    Petroleum Engineering Administrative Assistant
    Imperial College London
    South Kensington Campus
    London
    SW7 2BP

    Comment by Thomas Dray | July 30, 2015 | Reply

  3. Hello,

    May I please receive a response to my request, above?

    Many thanks,

    Thomas Dray
    Petroleum Engineering Administrative Assistant
    Imperial College London
    South Kensington Campus
    London
    SW7 2BP

    Comment by Thomas Dray | August 25, 2015 | Reply


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