productivity ratio

productivity ratio

[‚prä‚dək′tiv·əd·ē ‚rā·shō]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of damage or improvement to reservoir formation permeability adjacent to the borehole (due to invasion or reduction of drilling mud present, drilling-fluid filtrate water, swollen clay particles, or salt or wax deposition).
The ratio of permeability calculated from the productivity index to the permeability calculated from reservoir buildup pressure.
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