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1. n. 
The pressure that would be obtained if all fluid motion ceases in a given volume of reservoir. It also is the pressure to which a well will ultimately rise if shut in for an infinite period.
2. n. 
A volumetric average of the pressure exerted by the fluids inside the reservoir at a specific depletion stage. Average reservoir pressure can be measured only when the well is shut in.
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