Research on Post-Evaluation of Oilfield Ground Engineering Project
Based on the research results of the scholars from domestic and overseas, we construct a evaluation index system for post- evaluation of oilfield ground engineering project focusing on the characteristics of the ground engineer project and combining the characteristics of the development of oilfield. The system includes 3 primary indicators, such as pre-project, 8 secondary indicators and 35 tertiary indicators. Multistage fuzzy evaluation with the combination of quantitative analysis qualitative analysis and degree of success method are used for Post-evaluation of oilfield ground engineering project which may lead to the reference of the decision-making of investment and management for oilfield ground engineering project.
Key words: Oilfield ground engineering; Postevaluation; Evaluation index; Multistage fuzzy evaluation
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