Water bubble point pressure

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Water bubble point pressure

The bubble point of a gas-saturated formation water (brine) is equal to the bubble point pressure of coexisting oil [1].

The two are equal because of thermodynamic equilibrium between the brine and the oil.

See also

Water bubble point pressure
Water compressibility
Water density
Water formation volume factor
Water salinity from density equation
Water solids concentration
Water viscosity
Gas/Water Interfacial Tension


  1. McCain, W.D. Jr. (1990). Properties of Petroleum Fluids (2 ed.). Oklahoma: PennWell Corp. ISBN 978-0878143351.