PVT DATA USEFUL FOR DESIGN OF OIL PRODUCTION FACILITIES

05/22/1995
Shashi Dharmadhikari Petrotechna Paris A simple procedure for designing separators and related equipment has been developed to accurately establish the reservoir fluid composition from pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) analyses. The performance of an actual oil production facility demonstrates that operational experience agrees well with the prediction based on the procedure. Engineers not very familiar with PVT analysis for designing oil field separation equipment will find this procedure very useful. Common Terms in PVT Analysis (50010 bytes) PROCESS DESIGN During development of an oil field, a...
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