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Elements of reservoir management have been practiced for years, particularly if a major expenditure was planned for a field. However, the formalism of reservoir management as a process is a relatively recent concept in the petroleum industry. Wiggins and Startzman (1990) define reservoir management as “that set of operations and decisions by which a reservoir is identified, measured, produced, developed, monitored and evaluated from its discovery through depletion and final abandonment.”

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