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- PVT and Phase Behaviour Of Petroleum Reservoir Fluids, Volume 47
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PVT and Phase Behaviour Of Petroleum Reservoir Fluids, Volume 47
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This paper investigates the phase behavior and mutual interactions between a light crude oil and CO 2 at high pressures and high temperatures HPHT. We have also tried to present a detailed methodology for measuring PVT properties of CO 2 -oil systems and highlight the difficulties such as oil vaporization by CO 2 during the experiments. A crude oil sample, collected from a Malaysian oil field, was used here. Our experiments indicated that, CO 2 solubility in the oil increased at higher pressures when measured at a fixed temperature. Our experiments also showed that increasing the test temperature would reduce CO 2 solubility in the oil, while its effect is more significant at higher pressures. The swelling factor SF measurements showed an increasing trend with pressure up to a certain value so-called extraction pressure, at which, the SF started to be reduced even became less than one. The interfacial tensions between CO 2 and the crude oil at different pressures were also measured while the results were used to estimate the minimum miscibility pressure MMP and the first contact miscibility FCM pressure.
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Due to the special phase behavior of near-critical fluid, the development approaches of near-critical condensate gas and near-critical volatile oil reservoirs differ from conventional oil and gas reservoirs. In the near-critical region, slightly reduced pressure may result in considerable change in gas and liquid composition since a large amount of gas or retrograde condensate liquid is generated. It is of significance to gain insight into the composition variation of near-critical reservoir during the depletion development. In our study, we performed a series of PVT experiments on a real near-critical gas condensate reservoir fluid. In addition to the experimental studies, a commercial simulator combined with the PREOS model was utilized to study retrograde condensate characteristics and reevaporation mechanism of condensate oil with CO 2 injection based on vapor-liquid phase equilibrium thermodynamic theory.
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