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Gas to Liquid Ratio (GLR)

asked Apr 20, 2016 in Engineering by bxander (1,180 points)

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answered Apr 20, 2016 by bxander (1,180 points) | edited Apr 21, 2016 by bxander

The ratio of the volume of gas to the volume of total liquid (oil and water).

GLR =~ {GOR x (1 - WC) x [(460 + T) / 520] x (14.7 / P)} / 5.615 (cft/bbl)

Note:  approximation only, as it doesn't take into account phase changes between the gas and liquid.

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