Relative Permeability: Petroleum Reservoir Engineering Technology

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This self-paced seminar discusses the petroleum reservoir engineering concept of relative permeability.  The course should be of interest to reservoir engineers and technicians, particularly those employing reservoir simulators.  Material included consists of two and three phase relative permeability, wettability, normalized data, hysteresis, sources of data, adjusting techniques, simulation considerations, and software for several correlations and data sets.


Learners who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate of completion for 2 professional development hour.
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Leonard F. Koederitz is a Curators’ Teaching Professor Emeritus in Petroleum Engineering at Missouri University of Science and technology.  His area of interest is reservoir engineering, including petroleum economics, transient pressure analysis, reservoir simulation and relative permeability.  He has authored or co-authored 9 books and over 60 technical publications.

Dr. Koederitz received his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri–Rolla and worked for several years for ARCO Oil & Gas prior to joining the faculty at Missouri S&T.

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