Fluids Test 2 Notes - TypeInitial ReservoirFluid BlackOil...

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Black Oil < 2000 < 45 Very dark Increasing Slightly Decreasing Volatile Oil 2000 - 3300 > 40 Brown, orange, green Increasing Increasing Retrograde Gas 3300 - 50,000 40 - 60 Light colored Increasing Increasing Wet Gas > 50,000 N/A (Only Gas) Colorless Constant Constant Dry Gas >> 50,000 N/A (Only Gas) Colorless N/A N/A Reservoir Fluid  Reservoir Pressure Black Oil << Critical Temp Inside phase envelope > 20% < 2 Volatile Oil < Critical Temp N/A Inside phase env 12.5% - 20% > 2 Retrograde Gas N/A Inside phase env < 12.5% N/A Wet Gas > Circondentherm N/A Inside phase env N/A N/A Dry Gas > Circondentherm N/A Outside phase env N/A N/A Type Initial  producing gas-oil  ratio (scf/STB) Stock Tank Liquid  Gravity (API) Stock Tank Liquid  Color Gas-Oil Ratio  Trend Stock Tank Gravity  Trend Reservior  Temperature Separator  Conditions Heptanes +  Composition Initial Oil  Formation Volume  Factor (reservoir 
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course PGE 312 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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