In Rodriguez et al.1 an analytical expression was deduced to predict the slip ratio in dispersed oil-water flow. Although the quantitative agreement was quite good, the expression systematically underestimated the slip ratio. New experimental data of similar flows were collected in two different experimental facilities in pipes of different materials and diameters (26 mm and 82.8 mm i.d.). Oil-water flow data collected within a range of mixture Reynolds numbers from 1∙10^5 to 20∙10^6 in glass, acrylic and steel pipes with oil viscosities varying from 7 to 220 mPa.s were used to deduce a more generic correlation for slip ratio as a function of the mixture Froud number (5 < Fr < 70). The underestimation of the slip ratio was corrected. The new slip-ratio correlation can be used to significantly improve the prediction of volumetric fraction in flow situations where turbulent dispersion of oil in water occurs.