Buildup pressure | Article about buildup pressure by The Free Dictionary
buildup pressure[′bil‚dəp ‚presh·ər]
The increase in bottom-hole pressure up to an equilibrium value in a shut-in oil or gas well.
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The buildup pressure
data indicates excellent reservoir pressure maintenance and no evidence for any discontinuities in the reservoir near the well.
After numerous flow and shut-in test periods over the last couple of weeks, downhole gauges are currently monitoring buildup pressures
in the well, which will determine commerciality.