Substantial progress in our knowledge of the physical properties of reservoir fluids has occurred during the last fifteen years. Correlations have been improved. Observations of production behavior and laboratory results have led to better rales of thumb for use in determining the type of fluid in the reservoir. Tabular and graphical correlations have been reduced to equation form for use in computers. Laboratory procedures for analyzing reservoir fluids have been standardized. And techniques for converting laboratory results into useable fluid properties have been clarified. New information with regard to the chemical nature of petroleum has become available. Development in use of equations of state to calculate gas-liquid equilibria has been rapid.
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