PE 453 EXAM1 Spring2010 - AL-FATAH UNIVERSITY Faculty Of...

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AL-FATAH UNIVERSITY Faculty Of Engineering Department Of Petroleum Engineering Applied Res. Eng. (PE-453) Mid-Term Exam. #1 Spring 2010) ______________________________________________________________________________ Q-1 1 Define the formation volume factor Bo and explain by plot the relation of (Bo. Vs. Pressure), showing at what reservoir pressure Bo = 1.0 2- Write down the main assumptions of MBE derivation. 3- Write down the Equation formula for RF (NP/N) for undersaturated Res. Above Pb. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q-2 The following data is obtained for undersaturated oil field: (i) – Reservoir volume from isopach map: Prod. Area Area Acre Interval (h) ft Ao 4950 0 A1 3843 10 A2 2233 10 A3 1005 10 A4 490 10 (ii)- Reservoir’s petrophysical & PVT data : Avg. Swi= 23%, Avg. Porosity = 19%, Sor = 39%, Boi = 1.322bbl/stb CALCULATE: 1- OOIP for this reservoir . 2- RF & Reserves assuming very active water drive 3- Reservoir pore volume (PV) in cubic feet. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pyramid formula: 1 * 1 3 n n n A A A A n h Vb Trapezoid formula: 1 2 n A A n h Vb
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