Test2s - PGE 312 -Fall207l Physical & Chemical Behavior of...

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PGE 312 -Fall207l Physical & Chemical Behavior of Petroleum Fluids Test 2, 50 minutes Closed Book 5"L4-aq Name: Note: It will be in your best interest to attempt all the questions. Please budget your time accordingly I . (15 points) In the space below sketch the Pressure-Temperature phase diagrams for a retrograde gas condensate. Mark the following features on your sketch using the symbols enclosed in the brackets. 1. Initial reservoir pressure and temperature (pni, Tn) 2. The critical point (C) 3. The bubble point curve (Bp) 4. The dew point curve (Dp) 5. Separator pressure and temperature (psep, Tsep) 6. A few iso-volume lines 'T 'rE-
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(15 points) The production from a reservoir in the first five years looks like the following. Classifu this reservoir fluid. WhY? Year Stock tank liquid gravitY API 145 246 347 448 s50 Annual Production Oil, STB Water, STB Gas, MSCF 2300 740 230,000 1300 580 170,000 700 600 120,000 600 500 110,000 550 330 90,000 WT w* a^A &o K )r'"71\ A*A => Rstn,T*
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course PGE 312 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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Test2s - PGE 312 -Fall207l Physical & Chemical Behavior of...

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