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    The Flowing Material Balance uses the concept of stabilized or "pseudo-steady-state" flow to evaluate total in-place fluid volumes. In a conventional material-balance calculation, reservoir pressure is measured or extrapolated based on stabilized shut-in pressures at the well. In a flowing situation, the average reservoir pressure clearly cannot be measured. However, in a stabilized flow situation, there is very close connectivity between well flowing pressures (which can be measured) and the average reservoir pressure. search in onepetro.org or spe .org, there are a lot of paper related to this methods..
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