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Modelling Well Fluid as Black Oil

Modelling Well Fluid as Black Oil

Good day All,

At what condition do one need to model a well fluid as black oil in the absence of well fluid compositional data?
Is there a rule of thumb to determine flowline pressure when FTHP is available?

Thanks for your response in advance.

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RE: Modelling Well Fluid as Black Oil

The bean (choke) size, fluid flow rate, FLTHP, Oil S.G, Gas S.G and GOR are available.

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RE: Modelling Well Fluid as Black Oil

When the analysis of each suggests that the difference in the pressure drops, or other critical parameter of interest, is greater than the margin of error that you are prepared to deal with.

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