solution gas drive

solution gas drive

[sə′lü·shən ¦gas ′drīv]
(petroleum engineering)
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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. This simple model is based on five to ten years oil and gas past production history.
By definition, a solution gas drive reservoir has no water drive pressure support, so the pressure in the reservoir declines rapidly after initial production.

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