HW_3_solution - PGE 312 Physical and Chemical Behavior of...

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PGE 312 Physical and Chemical Behavior of Petroleum Fluids I Homework 3, Fall 2007 Problem 5-1 a. If the reservoir fluid is the same as mixture 2 on Fig. 2-37, it should be classified as a Dry Gas. b. If the reservoir fluid is the same as mixture 3 on Fig. 2-37, it should be classified as a Wet Gas. c. If the reservoir fluid is the same as mixture 4 on Fig. 2-37, it should be classified as a Retrograde Condensate Gas. Separator Pressure path in reservoir 1 2
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d. If the reservoir fluid is the same as mixture 5 on Fig. 2-37, it should be classified as a Volatile Oil. e. If the reservoir fluid is the same as mixture 6 on Fig. 2-37, it should be classified as a Black Oil. Problem 5-2 Case 1: GOR = STB scf d STB d scf / 000 , 5 / 10 / 000 , 50 A retrograde condensate gas has an initial producing gas-oil ratio between 3,300 scf/STB and over 150,000 scf/STB, this GOR indicates that a Retrograde Condensate Gas . Case 2:
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