solution gas

solution gas

[sə′lü·shən ‚gas]
(petroleum engineering)
Gaseous reservoir hydrocarbons dissolved in liquid reservoir hydrocarbons because of the prevailing pressures in the reservoir. Also known as dissolved gas.
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Altura drilled two 1.5-mile extended reach horizontal ('ERH') wells, a vertical stratigraphic well in a new area and completed its solution gas compressor installation at Leduc-Woodbend.
The petroleum industry still uses flaring to bum solution gas (natural gas found along with oil in geological reservoirs) and to test and produce oil and gas.
Solution Gas + Gas Cap Gas); and (ii) Cluster 2B which has estimated In-place reserves of Free Gas of 51.98 BCM.
It is producing 41.5oAPI light oil and solution gas, consistent with the rest of the field.
where, [R.sub.sgw] is solution gas water ratio and [R.sub.swg] is solution water gas ratio.
In this paper, simplified correlations have been developed to calculate these parameters for a Malaysian Field Crude Oil (MFCO), which also make it possible to analyze the effect of solution gas oil ratio on density and viscosity.
A new gas plant capable of stripping liquid hydrocarbons for sales and creating New Zealand spec gas from solution gas;
We proved for the first time, existence of linear relationship between cumulative volume of oil production (SQo) along Y-axis and logarithm of cumulative gas production (lnSQg) along X-axis, at certain time interval, for oil fields exploited at solution gas drive.
Production from the field for the month of June averaged 1,797 barrels of oil per day at an average water cut of 8% with 2.5 mmcf/d of associated solution gas. The last 10 days' production has been stable at 1,847 barrels of oil per day with a water cut of less than 3% and an associated solution gas rate of 2.4 mmcf/d.
The company reported that production from the field for the month of June averaged 1,797 barrels of oil per day, at an average water cut of eight percent, with 2.5 mmcf/d of associated solution gas.
Hence it is very much essential to have a good knowledge of these fluid's physical properties such as Oil Formation Volume Factor ([B.sub.o]), Bubble Point Pressure ([P.sub.b]), Solution Gas Oil ratio ([R.sub.s]), Oil gravity ([[gamma].sub.o]), Compressibility (c), Viscosity ([mu]), etc.
The shows from this horizontal have shown more solution gas content with the oil than the other wells in the area.

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