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PVT analysis of bottom hole sample from Well 3411 0-1 7

STAT01L EXPLORATION 81PRODUCTlON LABORATORY

by Otto Rogne

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LET Bergen

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PVT analysis of bottom hole sample from Well 3411 0-1 7


EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION LABORATORY

by Otto Rogne

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CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION SAMPLING CONDITIONS Bubble point check Fig. 1 Bubble point at ambient FLASH OF RESERVOIR FLUID TO STOCK TANK Molecular composition Extended molecular composition CONSTANT MASS EXPANSION Fig. 2 Relative volume DIFFERENTIAL DEPLETION Molecular Molecular Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 composition of liberated gases composition of residual oil Compressibility factor, Z Reservoir oil density Gas formation volume factor Solution gas, RS Formation volume factor
2

VISCOSITY OF RESERVOIR FLUID Fig. 8 Viscosity

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INTRODUCTION The present report gives the experimental results of a PVTanalysis carried out on a bottom hole sample from test no. 2 on well 34110-17, obtained by Stavanger Oilfield Services AIS on June 8, 1983. Sampling details are given on page 3. The quality of the sample was checked by measuring the bubble point at ambient laboratory conditions and found to be 388 barg (page 4 ), as compared to a reported field value of 380 barg at this was considered sat isfactory. approx. ~ O C A portion of the sample was charged to a high pressure cell at reservoi r temperature (106 0C) where the bubble point, re1 at ive volumes and compressibility were determined. These results are on page 7. To determine the reservoir fluid composition a portion o f the fluid in the cell was flashed through a laboratory separator at 15O~ and atmospheric pressure. The 1 i berated gas and oi 1 were collected, measured and analysed separately by gas chromatography through C with decanes plus fraction. These results are on page
9
5.

An extended reservoir fluid composition based on the above and from C10 to C20+ on a TBP mentioned flash up to C 9 ' distillation of stock tank oil, is given on page 6. The TBP dist i 1 lat ion is reported separately. The remaining sample in the cell was finally differentially liberated through a series of pressure steps with the results shown on page 8. The composition of the liberated gases are on page 9, and the composition of the gas free liquid remaining in the cell at atmospheric pressure on page 10. The gas viscosity were calculated from the gas density according to Lee et.at.

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J.Pet.Techn.,

997 (1966).

A separate p o r t i o n of

t h e sample was

charged t o a h i g h pressure r o l l i n g b a l l v i s c o s i m e t e r f o r

. r e s u l t s a r e o n page 11. v i s c o s i t y measurements a t 1 0 6 ~ ~ The

SAMPLING CONDITIONS

We1 1 Format i o n Date Test Interval Sample no. Sample b o t t l e n o . sample t y p e Sample d e p t h Bottom h o l e pressure Bottom h o l e temperature Well flowed f o r approx. min.

34/10-17 Brent 08.06.1983 2 2880

2890 m RKB

9
810698 Bottom h o l e

'$3gl .6 m RKB
409 b a r 106 45 min.,
OC

t h e n c l o s e d i n f o r approx.

10

b e f o r e sample b e i n g t a k e n .

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Well:

34110-17
BHS

BUBBLE POINT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (Bottle nr.

810698)

Pressure Barg

Pump r e a d i n g cm

521.8 498.4 485.9 466.4 434.6 408.0 388 384.0 362.5 334.6 307.0 237.0 226.6

155.459 153.825 152.825 151.910 149.109 146.949

Bubble p o i n t l a b

l g O c ) = 388 barg 8'~)

Bubble p o i n t f i e l d (

= 380

barg

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We1 1 : 3 4 / 1 0 - 1 7 BHS F L A S H OF RESERVOIR F L U I D TO STOCK TANK C O N D I T I O N S (Molecular Composition) Component Stock tank
oi1

Evolved gas mol %

~ e s e r v o i rl fu i % mol %

mol % N it r o g e n C a r b o n d i o x id e Methane' Ethane Propane


i- B u t a n e n- B u t a n e i- P e n t a n e n- P e n t a n e
'

weight %

Hexanes Heptanes Octanes Nonanes Decanes p l u s

Molecular weight GOR

229.

23.9

66.3
339

F o r m a t i o n vol.

factor

2.00

3 3 Sm / m 3 3 m /m
g/cm3 g/cm3

D e n s i t y a t b u b b l e point D e n s i t y o f ST0 a t 1 5 O ~ : G a s g r a v i t y ( a i r =1) O l+ Molecular weight of C O l+ Density of C a t 15 C

0.599 0.853 0.827

: :

316 0.881 g / cm3

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We1 1 : 34/10-17

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EXTENDED RESERVOIR FLUID COMPOSITION

Component

mol %

mol weight

Density

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CONSTANT MASS EXPANSION AT 1 0 6 ~ ~ . Pressure Barg 503.0 485.7 465.1 443.2 427.1 412.1 Pb Re1 v o l V/Vb 0.9724 0.9771 0.9828 0.9882 0.9926 0.9969 1.0000 1.0054 1.0112
1. 0 2 3 4

Compressibility 1/Bar 2.41E-04 2.51E-04 2.64E-04 2.77E-04 2.86E-04 2.95E-04 3.01E-04

Y-factor

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= 402.0
392.1 382.0 363.9 343.6 310.2 269.7 219.9 168.6 132.8 121.6

4.70 4.66 4.47 4.20 4.12 3.85 3.46 3.05 2.76 2.67 x P x P

1.0405 1.0719 1.1275 1.2391 1.4538 1.7335 1.8627


Y

F o r P < Pb F o r P > Pb

1.803

7.36E-03

V/Vb

= 1.17434 -5.6650E-04

3.3039E-07xPxP

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DIFFERENTIAL DEPLETION AT 10 6 ' C


Pressure
O i 1 form

Solution
gar

Gas f o r m vol fact Bg

Res o i 1 dens i t y g/cm3

Compr factor

Gas viscosity cP

vol f a c t barg Bod

Rs

: :

a t 15 C

Bod : Volume o f o i l a t P and T p e r volume o f r e s i d u a l o i l a t 15 Rs Bg

C and atm P.

: S t a n d a r d m3 g a s p e r m3 r e s i d u a l o i l a t 1 5 C

: m3 gas a t T and P p e r s t a n d a r d m3 gas

D I F F E R E N T I A L DEPLETION A T 106O C (Molecular c o m p o s i t i o n o f differentially liberated gas, mol%)

NITROGEN 1.24 CARBONDIOXIDE 0 . 8 4 METHANE 70.12 ETHANE 9.44 PROPANE 5.36 i -BUTANE 1.06 n-BUTANE 1.83 i -PENTANE 1.02 n-PENTANE HEXANES HEPTANES OCTANES NONANES
0.99 1.09 1.39 1.99 0.75

MOLE WEIGHT GRAVITY (air = 1)

31.20 1.077

29.38 1.014

26.58 0.918

23.47 0.810

22.22 0.767

21.84 0.754

25.04 0.865

44.62 1.541

56.67 1.957

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D I F F E R E N T I A L DEPLETION A T 1 0 6 ~ ~ (Molecular c o m p o s i t i o n o f residual oil) COMPONENT NITROGEN CARBONDIOXIDE METHANE ETHANE PROPANE i -BUTANE n-BUTANE i -PENTANE n-PENTANE HEXANES HEPTANES OCTANES NONANES DECANES MOL%

DENSITY A T 15 C MOLE WEIGHT

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DIFFERENTIAL DEPLETION Gas formation volume factor

DIFFERENTIAL 'DEPLET'ION AT 106 DEG.C SOLUTION GOR

VISCOSITY OF RESERVOIR F L U I D AT 106'~


Pressure (barg)

Vlscosi t y
(centipoise)

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