By Professor Gian Luigi Chierici (auth.)
Six years in the past, on the finish of my expert occupation within the oil undefined, I left my administration place inside of Agip S.p.A., a huge multinational oil corporation whose headquarters are in Italy, to take in the chair in reservoir engineering on the college of Bologna, Italy. There, i made a decision to arrange what was once at first meant to be a collection of lecture notes for the scholars attending the path. besides the fact that, whereas getting ready those notes, I turned so absorbed within the material that I quickly came upon myself making a big quantity of textual content that may not just function a college path fabric, but in addition as a reference for wider expert purposes. because of the curiosity proven through the then president of Agip, Ing. Giuseppe Muscarella, this did certainly culminate within the book of the 1st Italian variation of this booklet in 1989. the interpretation into English and booklet of those volumes owes a lot to the encouragement of the present president of Agip, Ing. Guglielmo Moscato. My thankful thank you are because of either gents. And now - the English model, translated from the second one Italian variation, and containing a couple of revisions and lots more and plenty extra fabric. in addition to supplying a superb theoretical foundation for many of the subject matters, this paintings attracts greatly on my 36 years of globally event within the improvement and exploitation of oil and fuel fields.
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1 II N ri 0 1(J c( II.. J Ill Ul Ul w a: a.. 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 PSEUDO-REDUCED PRESSURE, Ppr Fig. 4. The z-factor as a function ofppr and Tpr· From Ref 17, 1942, Society of Petroleum Engineers of A/ME. 13d) Thermodynamic Properties of Reservoir Fluids 27 • IL :IE. i a: ::I Cl) Cl) w a: ..... i a: ::I 240 ~ a: w IL 220 ::! w ..... 0) Fig. 5. Ppc and Tpc as a function of specific gravity for reservoir gases and condensates. From Ref 17, 1942, Society of Petroleum Engineers of A/ME. Reprinted with permission of the SPE M is the molecular weight of the gas, and the absolute temperature Tis in K.
Dickey PA (1981) Petroleum development geology, 2nd edn. Pennwell, Tulsa 2. Magara K (1978) Compaction and fluid migration - practical petroleum geology. Elsevier, Amsterdam 3. Ricci-Lucchi F (1978) Sedimentologia- Parte II- Ambienti sedimentari e facies. CLUEB, Bologna 4. Selley RC (1985) Elements of petroleum geology, Freeman, New York 5. Tissot BP, Welte DH (1984) Petroleum formation and occurrence, 2nd edn. 467 Depths are measured relative to the rotary table, which is 610 m above MSL. 13 Exercises Estimate: - the density and the nature of the fluids present in the formation, - the depths of the gas/oil and oil/water contacts, - whether the aquifer is at hydrostatic pressure or not.
12. The solubility of methane PRESSURE 4 in fresh and saline water at reservoir conditions. ;:~:::..... 02 u.. w ::!! 96 i= c:t: ::!! a:: u.. 20 40 60 80 100 TEMPERATURE. oc Fig. 13. Volume factor (Bw) offresh formation water at reservoir conditions. From Ref 6, reprinted with permission of Petroleum Engineer International solution. A correction 6 for dissolved gas (Rsw > 0) can be made using Fig. 15 - this correction is strictly speaking only valid at zero salinity. The isothermal compressibility cw(P, T) can be read 6 from Figs.