CO2 and hydrocarbon gas injection are interesting Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) techniques for oil reservoirs. Gas injection may initiate asphaltene precipitation in a reservoir. 1D compositional CO2 gas injection simulations have been conducted to find out where asphaltenes will precipitate and deposit. It was found that asphaltenes will precipitate in the transition zone between injection gas and oil. This transition zone will move forward continuously and no accumulation of asphaltene deposit will take place. Though deposited asphaltenes locally will plug reservoir pores and decrease permeability, this is unlikely to affect the oil recovery. The mobility of the gas and oil phases is high in the gas-oil transition zone where asphaltenes precipitate, and those high mobile phases will manage to bypass a small volume fraction of deposited asphaltenes. With an asphaltene phase present in addition to gas and oil the classical definition of a miscible gas drive cannot be fulfilled. Miscibility can however develop between an injection gas and an oil phase, which through contact with gas has been stripped for asphaltene components.