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A driller finds an oil reservoir with a gas cap starting at a depth of 1000 m from the surface. Gate-2018-General-Aptitude

The gas-oil contact was found at 1100 m depth and water-oil contact was found at 1300 m
depth. The water pressure in the aquifer below the oil zone varies with depth from the
surface (h, in meters) as, P = h×104 Pa. The density of the oil is 900 kg/m3

and that of the

gas is 5 kg/m3

at the reservoir condition. The minimum density of the mud needed to stop

the gas kick when the driller reaches at the top of the gas cap is _____kg/m3

. (rounded-off

to two decimal places. Use g = 9.81 m/s2

Asked On2019-06-10 14:23:00 by:Jaynil-Gaglani

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