Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs

P. S. Adisoemarta, S. M. Frailey, A. S. Lawal

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Laboratory measure z-factor of CO 2-hydrocarbon (HC) mixture was used to analyze phase behavior, enhanced gas and enhanced condensate recovery for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs. The laboratory measured CO 2 compressibility factor or z-factor was much lower than hydrocarbon gas mixtures at the specified temperatures and pressures. Storage of CO 2 increases if the CO 2/HC gas mixture compressibility (z-factor) was low. If a liquid condensate occupied the reservoir pore space and the addition of CO 2 vaporized that liquid, then additional pore space was acquired for CO 2 storage. The amount of condensate that was re-vaporize ranged from ≥ 5.7% to ≤ 35%. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the SPE-DOE 14th Improved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings (Tulsa, OK, 4/17-21/2004).

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jul 30 2004
Externally publishedYes
Event2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies - Tulsa, OK, United States
Duration: Apr 17 2004Apr 21 2004

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Other2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies
CountryUnited States
CityTulsa, OK
Period4/17/044/21/04

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Gas condensates
Carbon Monoxide
Gases
Hydrocarbons
Compressibility
Gas mixtures
Recovery
Liquids
Phase behavior
Oils
Temperature

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  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology

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Adisoemarta, P. S., Frailey, S. M., & Lawal, A. S. (2004). Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs. Paper presented at 2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies, Tulsa, OK, United States.

Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs. / Adisoemarta, P. S.; Frailey, S. M.; Lawal, A. S.

2004. Paper presented at 2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies, Tulsa, OK, United States.

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Adisoemarta, PS, Frailey, SM & Lawal, AS 2004, 'Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs' Paper presented at 2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies, Tulsa, OK, United States, 4/17/04 - 4/21/04, .
Adisoemarta PS, Frailey SM, Lawal AS. Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs. 2004. Paper presented at 2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies, Tulsa, OK, United States.
Adisoemarta, P. S. ; Frailey, S. M. ; Lawal, A. S. / Measured Z-factor of CO 2 - Dry gas/wet gas/gas condensates for CO 2 storage in depleted gas reservoirs. Paper presented at 2004 SPE - DOE Fourteenth Inproved Symposium Oil Recovery Proceedings: Clean Sweep Strategies, Tulsa, OK, United States.
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