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00 0.00 0.00 0.2 ft above OWC? e) Top of transition zone relative to OWC? . psi Sw.19 60.00 0.00 1.30 19.Pc measurement in the lab using a brine-oil system has resulted in the following data: Pc.50 13.00 0.18 The interfacial/wettability term (σCosӨ) was measured in the lab to be 30 dyne/cm while it is believed to be 33 dyne/cm in the reservoir.00 1.00 5. a) Derive the capillary pressure data for in-situ reservoir conditions using the lab measured capillary pressure data? b) What is the capillary entry pressure under reservoir conditions? The reservoir condition formation water and oil densities are measured to be 64 lbs/ft3 and 48 lbs/ft3 respectively.00 0. c) What is the height of OWC relative to FWL? d) What is water saturation at 79.80 9.23 35. frac 0.00 7.

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00 0.5 7. frac Pc-res.18 66 b) Capillary entry pressure under reservoir conditions: 5.3 19.00 0. psi 0.80 7. lb/ft3 Density O. lb/ft3 30 33 64 48 σ 1 cos θ 1 Pc1 = Pc 2 σ 2 cos θ 2 a) Reservoir condition Pc data from lab data? Pc-lab.9 35.23 20. psi Sw.00 0.00 0.00 0.5 60.lab σCosӨ Res σCosӨ Density w.00 1.9 13.5 psi .00 0.00 0 5.50 9.00 5.30 14.19 38.7 9.00 1.

psi 0.5 ft d) What is water saturation at 79.00 0.8 9. psi 0 0 h-res.1 So.2 ft above OWC is 30% • Top of transition zone (where water saturation is equal to Swr)is 544.00 0.00 5.7 79. frac 1.00 1.00 1.9 (ρ w − ρo ) 144 13. above FWL h-res.3 128.00 0.00 Sw.30 14.23 20. above OWC -------5.1 39.5 7.00 0.00 0.00 0 5. frac Pc-res.5 60.30 14.5 69.19 38.c) Height of OWC relative to FWL? Pc-lab. above FWL 0.2 ft above OWC? e) Top of transition zone relative to OWC? Pc-lab.18 66 594 544.5 • water saturation at 79.50 9.00 0. height OWC relative to FWL is 49.5 49.5 297 60.6 13.00 0.50 9.80 7.5 0 7.5 346.2 19.00 0.5 ft above OWC . psi h-res.00 1.9 89.7 h= 9.00 0.3 19.00 0.7 19.23 20.1 138. psi Sw.9 188.19 38.7 69.6 35.18 66 594 Pc 0 49.00 0.9 188.5 346.3 89.00 Pc-res.00 5.00 0.1 35.80 7.3 128.

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