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Canadian International Petroleum Conference
Creating a gas gathering system model that is capable of accurately reproducing current rates and backpressures, as well as being able to predict future operating conditions after adding new wells, installation of a loop or booster compression can be a challenge. It does not need to be difficult though, as long as the modeler takes a comprehensive, logical approach. The approach required begins with three overriding rules: 1) break the problem into manageable pieces, 2) select an appropriatedoi:10.2118/2005-230 fatcat:7kxlnjhlpbfbliay5qco6wke7i