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Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma

William E. Harrison

Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma

by William E. Harrison

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Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Oil fields -- Oklahoma.,
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Oklahoma.,
    • Oil reservoir engineering.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by William E. Harrison, Darcia L. Routh.
      SeriesSpecial publication,, 81-1, Special publication (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ;, 81-1.
      ContributionsRouth, Darcia L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN872.O4 H37 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination317 p. :
      Number of Pages317
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3924477M
      LC Control Number81622102

      The main difference between various reservoir fluid and produced crude oil is in their composition, as shown in Table Amount of methane reduces from natural gas to gas condensate, volatile oil, black oil, and crude oil while amount of heavier compounds (i.e., C7+) increase in the same direction.   The Arbuckle Mountains, named for Brigadier General Matthew Arbuckle, are located in south-central Oklahoma. The formations that comprise the Arbuckle Mountains have been extensively studied for hydrocarbon source rock and reservoir rock characteristics that can be applied to the subsurface in the adjacent Anadarko and Ardmore basins. Numerous reports and guidebooks have .

      An oil and gas reservoir is the oil and gas accumulation in an independent trap with a single pressure system and the unitary gas–oil interface and oil–water interface. In the light of development geology, an oil and gas reservoir has its geometric configuration and boundary conditions, storage and flow characteristics, and fluid properties. The Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) is developing a Technical Session and Core Workshop on enhanced oil recovery (EOR) with an emphasis on mostly tight sandstones, in particular, the Hoxbar Group of rocks in the southern Oklahoma and STACK/SCOOP/Merge areas in the Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma.

      @article{osti_, title = {Facies architecture and production characteristics of Strandplain Reservoirs in the Frio Formation, Texas}, author = {Tyler, N and Ambrose, W A}, abstractNote = {Many modern shore zones comprise a continuum of depositional environments that encompass both strandplain and barrier-island systems. Strandplains are further subdivided into two classes: sand-rich. Summary. This paper presents correlations to determine reservoir-fluid properties from field data. The best available correlations were selected by comparison with a data base of hundreds of reservoir-fluid studies of samples representing all areas of the free world involved in .


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Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma. Norman, Okla.: Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William E Harrison; Darcia L Routh.

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Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma Norman, Okla p.: Oil fields -- Oklahoma.

Petroleum -- Geology -- Oklahoma. Oil reservoir engineering. /82/ TNO4 H37 eng /books/OLM T 3 Since the ’s, along with the discoveries of the Daqing oil field and exploration in the Bohai bay area, terrestrial petroleum geology exploration has been gradually developed.

The theory of oil generation in a terrestrial basin and multiple oil-gas accumulation zones is the core of terrestrial petroleum : Chengzao Jia. An oil volume in a waterflooded reservoir can be divided into categories of residual oil, produced oil, oil reserves, and unrecovered mobile oil.

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Reservoir Temperature Exerts a major control on the relative volumes of each fluid in a reservoir. Fluid Pressure Exerts a major control on the relative volumes of each fluid in a reservoir. Fluid Migration Different fluids migrate in different ways depending on their density, viscosity, and the wettability of.

Abstract. Recently, CO 2 injection technique has attracted attention as a potential method to improve oil and gas recovery and to store greenhouse gas in shale reservoirs.

For successful application of CO 2 injection methods in shale reservoirs, transport mechanisms should be understood comprehensively. Based on shale reservoir models generated in Chapter 4, CO 2 injection models considering.

In the petroleum industry, a well test is the execution of a set of planned data acquisition activities. The acquired data is analyzed to broaden the knowledge and increase the understanding of the hydrocarbon properties therein and characteristics of the underground reservoir where the hydrocarbons are trapped.

The test will also provide information about the state of the particular well. In fields where the aquifer is smaller and/or has lower quality, there is limited expansion of water into the reservoir as oil or gas is withdrawn. This is a partial water drive.

Figure 1 depicts typical decline curves for a wellbore draining a reservoir system with a strong water drive (A) and a partial water drive (B).Link: Web page. Reservoirs range from simple to complex based on their geologic origins.

All reservoirs are characterized by some degree of heterogeneity (variability) of properties (porosity, permeability, fluid saturations, etc.) on a variety of scales (Figure C.1). The more complex a reservoir is, the higher its.

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The emphasis is on tight gas/oil formations and organic-rich source rocks, in particular shale. It provides in-depth. exploited opportunity exists in Oklahoma that is centered on improving oil recovery in existing fields. The State's original oil in-place (OOIP) volume is over 84 BBO, and long-term decline projections show an estimated ultimate recovery (EUR) vol-ume of about 16 BBO.

This 19% aggregate recovery factor, which is the result of complex reservoirFile Size: 8MB. Petrophysics: Theory and Practice of Measuring Reservoir Rock and Fluid Transport Properties, Fourth Edition provides users with tactics that will help them understand rock-fluid interaction, a fundamental step that is necessary for all reservoir engineers to grasp in order to achieve the highest reservoir performance.

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In this study, the tight oil basins are selected by TOC higher than 1 %, vitrinite reflectance R o of %– %, and crude oil API higher than 38° (Ma et al. ; CNPC ).Therefore, 84 basins ( tight oil strata series totally) are selected from basins globally for Cited by:.

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In a gas well, if the reservoir temperature exceeds the cricondentherm, only dry gas will exist in the reservoir throughout pro- duction.The plays were erected for the Cherokee Platform Province primarily by grouping the accumulations by the age of the reservoir rocks.

Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Oklahoma Geological Survey Map GM, scaleW.E., and Routh, D.L.,Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma: Oklahoma.