Production Allocation of Oil and Gas: A case Study of the Skarv Field
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Production allocation refers to the practice of determining how much and where the produced fluids originate from. This means that the produced oil, gas and water need to be tracked back from the commingled flow to the point-of-production (individual contributing sources). Objective of this thesis is to investigate different ways production allocation is done in the petroleum industry. Use the Skarv field (operated by BP) to discuss different factors that are important to consider in an allocation process. Create a compositional allocation system for the Skarv field using the program called Pipe-It.