PVT software is the core PVT engine of the pengtools.
PVT software calculates the main properties of oil, gas and water using a set of black-oil correlations and provides the basic input for any Petroleum Engineering calculation.
- Calculation of oil, gas and water properties
- Generating the PVT model
- Matching the PVT model to the Lab data
- Exporting PVT tables to Excel or reservoir simulator
- Plots of PVT properties vs pressure at reservoir temperature
- Results table contains values under standard conditions and at pressures between surface atmospheric and reservoir at reservoir temperature
- "Default values" button resets input values to the default values
- Switch between Metric and Field units
- Save/load models to the files and to the user’s cloud
- Share models to the public cloud or by using model’s link
- Export pdf report containing input parameters, calculated values and plots of the PVT properties
- Continue your work from where you stopped: last saved model will be automatically opened
- Download the chart as an image or data and print (upper-right corner chart’s button)
- Export results table to Excel or other application
What to do when you need a PVT model quick? Watch our demo video on how to create a PVT model in 5 min?
In this demo we are solving the PVT exercise 11-2 of William McCain's book "The Properties of Petroleum Fluids".
|Bubble point||Valco - McCain||Valkó, P.P. and McCain, W.D. Jr . 2003. Reservoir oil bubblepoint pressures revisited; solution gas–oil ratios and surface gas specific gravities. J. Pet. Sci. Eng. 37 (3–4): 153-169.|
|Gas-oil ratio||Velarde||Velarde, J., Blasingame, T.A., and McCain Jr., W.D. 1997. Correlation of Black Oil Properties At Pressures Below Bubble Point Pressure - A New Approach. Presented at the Annual Technical Meeting of CIM, Calgary, Alberta, 8–11 June. PETSOC-97-93.|
|Oil density||McCain||W.D. McCain, Jr, N.C. Hill: Correlations for Liquid Densities and Evolved Gas Specific Gravities for Black Oils during Pressure Depletion, SPE, 30773, 1995.|
|Oil FVF||McCain||W.D. McCain, Jr: The Properties of Petroleum Fluids, Second edition, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1990.|
|Oil viscosity||Beggs and Robinson||Vazquez, M. and Beggs, H.D. 1980. Correlations for Fluid Physical Property Prediction. J Pet Technol 32 (6): 968-970. SPE-6719-PA.|
|Oil compressibility||Farshad||Frashad, F., LeBlanc, J.L., Garber, J.D. et al. 1996. Empirical PVT Correlations For Colombian Crude Oils. SPE-36105-MS. http://petrowiki.org/Calculating_PVT_properties|
|Z factor||Dranchuk||Dranchuk, P.M. and Abou-Kassem, H. 1975. Calculation of Z Factors For Natural Gases Using Equations of State. J Can Pet Technol 14 (3): 34. PETSOC-75-03-03.|
|Gas density||Standard equation||http://petrowiki.org/Gas_formation_volume_factor_and_density|
|Gas FVF||Standard equation||http://petrowiki.org/Gas_formation_volume_factor_and_density|
|Gas viscosity||Lee||Lee, A.L., Gonzalez, M.H., and Eakin, B.E. 1966. The Viscosity of Natural Gases. J Pet Technol 18 (8): 997–1000. SPE-1340-PA.|
|Gas compressibility||Standard equation||http://petrowiki.org/Isothermal_compressibility_of_gases|
|Water density||McCain||McCain Jr., W.D. 1991. Reservoir-Fluid Property Correlations-State of the Art. SPE Res Eng 6 (2): 266-272. SPE-18571-PA.|
Pages in category "PVT"
The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.