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Title: Use Of Storage Field Automation By The Reservoir Engineer
Author: William H. Clark
Source: American Gas Association 1975
Year Published: 1975
Abstract: This paper discusses the component parts of and the uses for gas storage fleld automation. The reservoir engineer has the responsibility of testing, predicting, scheduling and monitoring the gas storage field. Automation certainly can be a handy tool to assist him in doing his job more efficiently. The installation of automation in ten underground gas storage fields and on some 900 to 1,000 wells has been a giant task. It is not complete, but at this time we can see the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. Storage field automation is the answer to many problems, and the reservoir engineer can make good use of it.