Test 1 Review - Test 1 Review Tuesday, February 22, 2011...

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Unit Conversions 1 ft 3 = 7.48 gallons 1 ft = 0.3048 m 1 lb = 4.448 N 1 BTU = 1055 J (N-m) 1 kW-hr = 3400 BTU Derived Units Measure Derivation Units volume length 3 m 3 density mass/volume kg/m 3 force mass*length/time 2 kg*m/s 2 = N stress force/area N/m 2 energy force*length ml 2 /t 2 = N*m = J power energy/time ml 2 /t 3 = J/s = W pressure (in column) weight/area density*gravity*heigh t N/m 2 = Pa Pa psi= lbs/in 2 specific weight density*gravity MPa/km gradient pressure/length MPa/km Global Petroleum Facts 1 bbl = 42 gallons, 1 Mbbl = 1000 bbls, 1 MMbbls = 1 million bbls Average oil recovery = 30-35% Worldwide use is 83 MMbbls/day, max production is 87 MMbbls/day Top Producers: Russia (2009), Saudi Arabia (2008) Average production of top nation: ~10 million bbls Top US provider: Canada Top 3 in Renewables: China (200,000 megaW), US (130,000 megaW), Brazil (85,000 megaW) U.S. Petroleum Facts Consumption: 94.2 quads/yr Top Producer: Texas (1MMbbls/day), oil AND gas
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course PGE 301 taught by Professor Olson during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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