By Richard M. Bateman
This e-book addresses very important matters, similar to the review of shale fuel reservoirs and their creation. themes comprise the cased-hole logging atmosphere, reservoir fluid houses; movement regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. construction logging charts and tables are incorporated within the appendices. The paintings serves as a accomplished reference for creation engineers with upstream E&P businesses, good logging carrier corporation staff, college scholars, and petroleum education professionals.
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3. 4. 5. finding the pseudo-critical pressure (Ppc ), finding the pseudo-critical temperature (Tpc ), finding the pseudo-reduced pressure (Ppr ), finding the pseudo-reduced temperature (Tpr ), and using the latter two to find Z. 13 may be used to find gravity to air and gas type. 8. (Assume "miscellaneous gas. ") a. Find Tpc = ___ oF. b. Find Ppc _ _ _ psi. 14 to find the Z factor. 6 Ppr, Tpr, AND Z Given: Ppc TWf Pwf 662 psi. 149°F (OR 2913 psi. a. Find Ppr b. Find Tpr c. Find Z OF = ___ . = ___ .
44 Temperature, Twf ; 2. 0 ~ "in (J .. ' -" '"" t-... :: t--. t-- ...... t--... r--. I"' l::- t:::: r-r--. 5 Q) I 1, I-i- t-.... 't-... "t--, 1'- 0 :> ,l\ /'\ 1\ i , 1\\1\ \ \ U ::t.. 5 C CD -•• 140 1\ 1\ UI Q) UI Q. :cl , ppm t::5==i- 103 l ~ o 50 100 150 200 250 300 I 350 Temperature, Twf :' OF Find J-twwfGiven: CNaCI = 150,000 ppm. TwJ = 200°F. 1. Enter abscissa at TwJ = 200. 2. Go up to CNaCI = 150,000. 3. 11 Water Viscosity. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. If the Z factor is known for the conditions encountered and the gas in question, then Bg may be found by direct solution of this equation.
RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES PHASE DIAGRAM II o I Liquid -......... PV PLANE II Critical I o Bubble point ~ I /" Bubble point t w a:: ::J W 0:: ::J (f) (f) W 0:: Q. Dewpoint W 0:: (f) (f) \ Q. 4 Bubble-Point and Dewpoint Determination for a Multicompo- nent System. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. 5 Phase Diagram of a Normal GOR Well. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Servh"es. :. erv; . ;. :. 6 Phase Diagram of a Retrograde Condensate-Gas Well. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. ture and pressure fall sufficiently to place point B, for example, back inside the bubble-point-line-dewpoint-line envelope.