This template defines the content model for a service that delivers well stem test data collected during development of Oil and Gas wells. Normal drilling procedures control formation pressures and fluids through the use of a hydrostatic head. Well testing brings these formation pressures and fluids to the surface. Data collected during the test procedure will be provided through the well test feature service. Types of tests include Production, G10, Drill Stem, Drawdown, Buildup, and other well test types.
This template defines the content model for a service that delivers borehole lithology log interval observations. Many of these will be standard depth to interval, formation name and measurement procedure, but other information may be delivered. Much of the variation will concern procedures used to recorded the information, citations, and possible other collected data that may be useful for geothermal resource research. The content model should be used when compiling geo data from published reports, databases, logging events and field notes.
RockChemistryAnalysis-Basic contains fields for information used to discover and retrieve chemical analyses meeting various criteria, and to evaluate the reported results. These fields would be reported along with a collection of analytes from the different suites proposed on the suites table.
The Powell and Cummings Geothermometry content model reports gas and liquid analytes. Field headings match those in the Powell and Cummings, 2010 spreadsheets and can be directly inputted into their model, which creates numerous ternary diagrams and other Excel graphics to create a geothermomerty report.
This workbook documents a content model for exchange of information about fluid production for a given well. A generic model is intended to allow for a variety of flows from a well including oil, gas, and water as well as steam production.
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