C7+ Reservoir Fluid Characterisation: Modification of Lohrenz Splitting Correlation
Petroleum reservoir fluid is commonly classified as individual components of C1 – C6 and a lumped-up component of C7+. C7+ are hydrocarbon components of C7-heptane and above, that is, heavy hydrocarbons that are minimal in natural gas. De-lumping or splitting of C7+ into individual components is vital for accurate and efficient estimation of fluid properties. A number of correlations exist in...
Published at Materials Science and Engineering
Published in 2019
Orodu, K. B., Anawe, P.A.L, Omojola, F. A.
Orodu Kale » Dr. Kale Barbara Orodu began her professional career as a petroleum fluid analyst and technologist with a foremost oil and gas fluid testing laboratory in Nigeria. She conducted experiments and carried out analysis on crude oil and gas at reservoir and ambient conditions for multinational oil companies. Her interest for teaching started as a language tutor for Chinese children and currently an... view full profile
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