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EXAM 2

October 20, 1999

Name:___________________________

Section:________

Questions are not permitted.

Do not fold or unstaple the examination booklet.

Time allotted for the examination is 120 minutes.

STATEMENT

When you have completed the examination, read and sign the statement below,

then turn in the examination booklet.

I pledge that I have neither given nor received aid in completing this

examination. I have followed the strictures of the Texas A&M University Aggie

Code of Honor during the examination.

Signature:________________________________

PART I

Part I has six problems worth six points each. Grading will be on the basis of

approach and answers. Work out the answer in the space provided. SHOW

ALL WORK.

1.

One lbmole of a gas occupies a volume of 4.7 ft3 at a pressure of 1300 psig

and a temperature of 185 oF. What is the z-factor of the gas at the given pressure

and temperature?

2.

The Rocky Mountain High Gas Field is located in the state of Colorado

where atmospheric pressure averages about 12.5 psia. Assume you are collecting

a gas sample in a 1 ft3 gas cylinder attached to a wellhead in the field where the

temperature is 30 oF. A pressure gauge on the gas cylinder reads 45.0 psi. What

is the pressure in psia? What is the pressure in atmospheres? What is the

volume of the gas in the cylinder at standard conditions? How many lbmoles of

gas have been collected?

3.

Assuming that the apparent molecular weight of a gas is 19.21 lb/lbmole,

what is the specific gravity of the gas at a pressure of 300 psia and a temperature

of 200 oF?

4.

component

CO2

H2S

C1

C2

C3

i-C4

n-C4

mole

fraction

0.030

0.050

0.850

0.023

0.020

0.015

0.012

1.000

pressure of the gas. Use Kays mixture rules.

5.

A cylinder contains a 1.26 specific gravity gas, having a H2S concentration

of 15 mole percent and a CO2 concentration of 18 mole percent at 256 oF and 6460

psia. Determine the z-factor of the gas. Use the method of SPE 26668.

6.

Calculate the viscosity of the gas in Problem 5 above if the pseudoreduced

pressure and temperature are 10.0 and 1.5, respectively.

PART II

Part II has eight problems worth eight points each. Grading will be on the basis

of approach and answers. Work out the answer in the space provided. SHOW

ALL WORK.

7.

A retrograde gas reservoir is produced through two stages of separation.

The initial daily production is 3100 MScf of a 0.65 specific gravity separator gas,

120 MScf of a 1.20 specific gravity stock tank gas, and 242 stock tank barrels of a

48 oAPI condensate. Calculate the specific gravity of the reservoir gas.

8.

The Kelly-Snyder Canyon Reef

Reservoir produces a 40 oAPI stock

tank oil and a 0.75 specific gravity

separator gas. The early field pressure

production history is shown in the

figure at right. The field separator

conditions are 100 psig and 70 oF.

3500

3000

2500

Pressure

(psi)

2000

1500

1000

Estimate

the

bubble-point

pressure and solution gas-oil ratio at

the bubble point for this reservoir.

GOR (Scf/Stb)

500

0

0

Flash

Vaporization

at 176 oF

pressure

p

(psig)

1,208

1,050

900

750

600

450

300

150

85

0

relative

oil

volume

BoD

solution

GOR

RsD

(bbl/bbl)

(scf/bbl)

1.256

355

1.216

1.202

1.187

1.170

1.149

1.133

1.053

261

229

196

162

120

95

0

gas

deviation

factor

z

(1)

oil

density

o

(g/cc)

incrementa

gas

gravity

pressure

p

g

(psig)

(1)

0.7428

0.7553

0.7597

0.7644

0.7697

0.7761

0.7806

0.8034

0.929

0.940

0.950

0.963

0.981

0.988

0.723

0.750

0.787

0.844

1.006

1.229

1.795

Separator Tests

pressure

p

(psig)

(oF)

separator

GOR

(scf/stb)

0

25

50

100

71

71

71

71

335

279

252

223

GOR

gravity

(scf/stb)

(oAPI)

36.4

37.8

19

38.0

40

37.9

72

FVF

BoSb

(rb/stb)

1.238

1.208

1.203

1.205

3,000

2,500

2,000

1,600

1,400

1,208

1,154

1,102

1,031

955

862

767

662

552

460

relative

volume

Vt

Vb

0.9831

0.9874

0.9919

0.9958

0.9979

1.0000

1.0182

1.0386

1.0692

1.1101

1.1716

1.2533

1.3765

1.5614

1.7978

NOTE:

Use the reservoir fluid study data on the opposite page for the

remaining problems.

9.

Determine values of oil formation factor for use in reservoir engineering

calculations at the following pressures. Assume the separator operates at 25 psig

and 71 oF.

pressure

(psig)

oil formation

volume factor

(rb/stb)

2000

1208

450

0

10.

Determine values of solution gas-oil ratio for use in reservoir engineering

calculations at the following pressures. Assume the separator operates at 25 psig

and 71 oF.

pressure

(psig)

solution

gas-oil

ratio

(scf/stb)

2000

1208

450

0

11.

Determine values of oil density for use in reservoir engineering

calculations at the following pressures. Assume the separator operates at 25 psig

and 71 oF.

pressure

(psig)

oil

density

(g/cc)

2000

450

12.

Determine values of oil compressibility for use in reservoir engineering

calculations at the following pressures. Assume the separator operates at 25 psig

and 71 oF.

pressure

(psig)

oil

compressibility

(psi-1)

2000

13.

During the differential liberation test, 1.87 cm3 of gas and 88.2 cm3 of oil

were measured in the cell at 900 psig. The gas was displaced at constant

pressure and its volume at 15.025 psia and 60 oF was determined to be 101.8 cm3.

Calculate the z-factor of the gas at 900 psig.

14.

During the differential liberation test, 1.87 cm3 of gas and 88.2 cm3 of oil

were measured in the cell at 900 psig. The volume of residual oil in the cell at 0

psig and 60 oF was 71.7 cm3. Calculate the relative oil volume at 900 psig.

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