Up till now, there has not been one specific correlation published to directly estimate the bubblepoint pressure in the absence of PVT analysis and, at the moment, there is just one published correlation available to estimate the bubblepoint oil FVF directly in the absence of PVT analysis. The majority of the published bubblepoint pressure and bubblepoint oil FVF correlations cannot be applied directly. This is because the correlations require the knowledge of bubblepoint solution GOR and gas specific gravity as part of the input variables, both of which are rarely measured field parameters. Solution GOR and gas specific gravity can be obtained either experimentally or estimated from correlations. In this study, multiple regression analysis technique is applied in order to develop two novel correlations with which to estimate the bubblepoint pressure and the bubblepoint oil FVF. These new correlations can be applied in a straightforward manner by using direct field data. Additional correlations or experimental analyses are unnecessary. Separator GOR, separator pressure, stock-tank oil gravity and reservoir temperature are the only key parameters required to predict bubblepoint pressure and bubblepoint oil FVF using the proposed correlations.