FluidsHW8 - 10-4 201.16 cc 150.83 cc 136.59 cc 135.64 cc...

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Unformatted text preview: 10-4 201.16 cc 150.83 cc 136.59 cc 135.64 cc Volume of gas removed from separator = 0.51 scf Voume of gas removed from stock tank = 0.15 scf Specific gravity of stock-tank oil = 0.82 Specific gravity of separator gas = 0.73 Specific gravity of stock-tank gas = 1.33 200 75 541.59 602.25 40.43 1.48 1.11 0.73 to 75 176.75 177.99 1.01 1.33 Gas-oil ratio at separator and stock-tank conditions: Separator gas-oil ratio = = 541.59 scf/SP bbl Stock-tank gas-oil ratio = = 176.75 scf/ST bbl Gas-oil ratio based on stock-tank oil at standard conditions: Separator gas-oil ratio = = 602.25 scf/STB Stock-tank gas-oil ratio = = 177.99 scf/STB Formation volume factor of oil: 1.48 res bbl/STB Volume of oil at P b and T R = Volume of separator liquid at 200 psig and 75 o F = Volume of stock-tank oil at 0 psig and 75 o F = Volume of stock-tank oil at 0 psig and 60 o F = Separator pressure, psig Separator temperature, o F Gas-oil ratio (1), scf/bbl Gas-oil ratio (2), scf/STB Stock-tank gravity, o API Formation...
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2011 for the course PGE 312 taught by Professor Peters during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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FluidsHW8 - 10-4 201.16 cc 150.83 cc 136.59 cc 135.64 cc...

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