By B. C. Craft, M. Hawkins, Ronald E. Terry
The most up-tp-date, utilized ebook out there for petroleum engineers, geologists and others operating within the improvement and construction of oil and fuel fields and people interested in the circulation of floor water, this revised variation displays the advances made in reservoir engineering calculation options. a variety of genuine global examples make clear the cloth, supplying the reservoir engineer with the sensible info to make utilized calculations.
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V2. or an average of V1 and It is commonly reported for reference to the smaller volume—that is, the volume at the higher pressure. 27 x 10 psi 6. 03 bbls for a reduction of 1 psi in pressure. The compressibility of undersaturated oils ranges from S to 100 x 10-6 psi', being higher for the higher API gravities, for the greater quantity of solution gas, and for higher temperatures. 4. ViscosIty The viscosity of oil under reservoir conditions is commonly measured in the laboratory. Fig. 14 shows the viscosities of four oils at reservoir temperature, above and below bubble-point pressure.
At the initial reservoir pressure of 3500 psia there is 567 SCF/STB of solution gas. The graph indicates that no gas is evolved from solution when the pressure drops from the initial pressure at 2500 psia. Thus the oil is undersaturated in this region, and there is no free gas phase (cap) in the reservoir. The pressure 2500 psia is called the bubble-point pressure. for at this pressure bubbles of free gas first appear. At 1200 psia the solution gas is 337 SCF/STB, and the average soluhility betwccn 2500 and 1200 psia is.
G.. SCF/STI3/psi or figure is approximately constant over a considerable range of pressures, for precise reservoir calculations the soluhility is expressed in terms of the total gas in solution at any pressure (e g.. SCF/STB or R30). It will be shown that the volume of crude oil increases appreciably because of the solution gas, and for this reason the quantity of solution gas is usually referred to as a unit of stock tank oil, and the solution gas-oil ratio, Rk,. is expressed in standard cubic feet per stock tank barrel.