A Variable Cell Model for Simulating Gas Condensate
A.A. A1.Majed, King Fahd U. of Petroieum & Minerais, and EL. Dougherty,
U. of Southern California
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ABSTRACT Studies of depletion performance of gas
condensate reservoirs report the existence of a
A variable cell model for simulating gas relatively high, near-constant, oil saturation in
condensate reeervoir performance has been the vicinity of the p?ttducingwells shortly after
developed. The model closely epproximatea the well flowing pressure falls below the dew point