A parametric study of the effects of binary interaction parameter and real-gas equations of state on the high pressure vapor-liquid equilibrium of nitrogen-n-dodecane system was carried out. Different values of the binary interaction parameter reported in literature, including one which depends on temperature, were employed in different equations of state to predict the vapor-liquid equilibrium as a function of ambient pressure and temperature. The findings were compared against the available experimental values reported in literature. Constant values of binary interaction parameter, estimated based on temperature dependent values, are demonstrated to predict the experimentally observed vapor-liquid equilibrium values accurately. The Peng-Robinson equation of state and an average binary interaction parameter were demonstrated to predict the vapor-liquid equilibrium over a wide range of temperature and pressures for nitrogen-n-dodecane binary system.