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Hydrostatic Pressure a. Find the fluid level (from surface) of a 6,000 ft. well with 2,000 psi reservoir pressure and 9.0 lbs./gal salt water in the well? Standard oilfield terminology Fluid Level is always the depth from surface to the top of the fluid. b. What will drawdown be on the formation if fluid level is then swabbed down to 4,000 ft.? c. You are working the well over and you have used fresh water (8.34 lbs./gal) as your completion or workover fluid. What is the bottom-hole-pressure (BHP)? How much overbalanced or underbalanced would you be? d.

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