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Class_1-1 - Calculate compressibility What is B g , its...

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OUTLINE Review Class Objectives, Grading, Schedule Reservoir Engineering Fundamentals Reservoir Fluid Classifications Reservoir Depletion Mechanisms Fluid Properties Ideal / Real Gases Solution Gas Ratio Oil Water Discuss Homework 1
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Objectives Understand definitions, geology, and energy associated  w/ hydrocarbon reservoir Be able to characterize gas, retrograde condensate, and  oil using a PT diagram Know the key depletion mechanisms for reservoirs   Be able to use the ideal gas law to calculate density,  specific gravity/volume for gas mixtures Use the principal of corresponding states to calculate z  factor for gas mixtures + impurities
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Unformatted text preview: Calculate compressibility What is B g , its relevance and how calculated Calculate R s , B o , B w using industry correlations Structural Trap Fault Stratigraphic Trap Additional Material Plot R s Standing: API o Y g so T p R g , s 204 . 1 0125 . 00091 . Y where ) 10 ( 18 -= = Plot B o Review Fig 1.13 Standing: ( 29 [ ] p p c B B p p For T R F B p p For b o ob o b o g so o b-= + = + = exp 25 . 1 F where 000147 . 972 . 5 . 175 . 1 API o o , 5 . 131 5 . 141 + =...
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