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J. P. Brill and H. Mukherjee, “Multiphase Flow in Wells,” Monograph Series, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, 17, 1999.

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  • TITLE: The Adjust Data with the Laboratory PVT Reports that Are Applied in the Oil Wells Designs

    AUTHORS: Salazar-Mendoza Rubén

    KEYWORDS: Flash Converted; Flash Corrected; Data; Well; Maloob

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, Vol.3 No.4A, September 25, 2013

    ABSTRACT: The correlations have been developed with the flash data to predict the multiphase flow and mass transfer in the oil wells designs. Therefore, the laboratory pressure/volume/temperature (PVT) reports require calculation of the flash Oil Formation Volume Factor and the flash Solution Gas/Oil Ratio data starting from Differential Liberation tested data. Once these parameters are known, the oil density and other thermophysical properties can be determined by a complete model for the different states of pressure and temperature in the well during its production life and initial design. The subject of this paper is how to read and make proper use of information contained in the IMP laboratory PVT reports, for the oil wells designs. The discussion is focused on the laboratory report for the well number 407 located in the Maloob field in Mexico.