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Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems.

University of Florida.

Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems.

by University of Florida.

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil field flooding.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBETC ; 0008-2
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18016851M

    Recovery of Hydrogen sulphide from Oil Refinery Introduction Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), often referred to as 'sewer gas' is a highly noxious, corrosive and poisonous compound consisting of two atoms of hydrogen and one of sulfur, gaseous in its natural state. It is found in manufactured gas made from coals or oils containing sulphur. It is characterized by the odor of rotten eggs. sponding additional oil recovery. Based on the analysis, an optimum composition of the alkali–surfactant–polymer system has been recommended. Keywords ASP flooding Oil recovery Viscosity Surface tension Introduction In the recent years, a great progress has been made either in laboratory studies or in pilot tests for alkali/surfactant/.

      The research result was applied in field development of Bohai H oilfield. Based on the research results, this article concludes innovatively that surfactant-polymer flooding can enhance oil recovery significantly in offshore oilfield, and the number of injection pore volume and injection timing can affect the surfactant-polymer flooding obviously. This book explains strategies for evaluating reservoir development plans (RDPs) based on enhanced oil recovery (EOR). In this sense, it focuses on the decision-making that leads to launching EOR projects. In the context of this book, any strategy that ultimately increases oil and gas recovery is under consideration for EOR decisions. The defini-.

    Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery by alkali, surfactant and/or polymer flooding could be o good option to produce remaining oil from brown fields. One parameter that affects performance and economics of a CEOR process is how much of the injected chemicals is adsorbed or retained by the porous medium. Surfactant–polymer (SP) flooding has significant potential to enhance oil recovery after water flooding in mature reservoirs. However, the economic benefit of the SP flooding process is unsatisfactory under low oil prices. Thus, it is necessary to reduce the chemical costs and improve SP flooding efficiency to make SP flooding more profitable.


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Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems by University of Florida. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding contains papers presented at the AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding held in Kansas City.

Organized into 18 chapters, the book includes papers that introduce petroleum reservoirs and discuss interfacial tension; molecular forces; molecular aspects of ultralow Book Edition: 1. Get this from a library.

Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems. [University of Florida.; United States. Department of Energy.]. Abstract. The goal of this research is to use the interaction between a surfactant and a polymer for efficient displacement of tertiary oil by improving slug integrity, adsorption and mobility control.

Surfactant--polymer flooding has been shown to be highly effective in laboratory-scale linear floods. porous media model. The idea is to design a low-tension surfactant/polymer chemical system that: The research group at BDM-PT will select reservoir fluids and surfactant and 1) maintain good integrity of both surfactant slug and polymer buffer during oil recovery, 2) try to overcome adverse effects such Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems.

book phase trapping, dispersion, and. Surfactant-polymer flooding had higher oil recovery than water and polymer flooding within the range studied. The variation of oil recovery due to the reservoir heterogeneity was under %. Enhanced Oil Recovery Using the Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer (ASP).

(April ) Darya Musharova. Department of Petroleum Engineering. Texas A&M University. Research Advisor: Dr. Hisham Nasr-El-Din. Department of Petroleum Engineering. Alkaline Surfactant Polymer (ASP) process is a tertiary method of oil recovery that has.

Author. Liu, Shunhua. Date. Degree. Doctor of Philosophy. Abstract. This thesis improves the understanding of the Alkaline Surfactant Polymer (ASP) enhanced oil recovery process in order to optimize the ASP operational strategy.

The conventional oil recovery methods leave large amounts of oil in the reservoir. This thesis improves the understanding of the Alkaline Surfactant Polymer (ASP) enhanced oil recovery process in order to optimize the ASP operational strategy. The conventional oil recovery methods leave large amounts of oil in the reservoir.

ASP process is considered as a promising method for enhanced oil recovery. This dissertation. This book is unique in that it discusses the solution chemistry of both surfactants and polymers and also the interactions between the two. The book, which is based on successful courses given by the authors sinceis a revised and extended version of.

Sensitivity study on slug size indicated that no significant increase in incremental oil recovery when the slug size is above PV. Mohammad Salehi et al. () studied some scenarios to optimize the polymer flooding performance on oil recovery by using experimental data and numerical simulation in one of the Iranian oil field.

This school covers the basics of enhanced oil recovery processes, which aim at lowering the mobility of water (polymer flooding) and/or at lowering the interfacial tension between the oleic and aqueous phases in the oil reservoirs (surfactant, alkali-surfactant polymer).

The Effect of Surfactant on Performance of Polymer Systems Used During Enhanced Oil Recovery Operations Both experimental and theoretical research in development of a more satisfactory theory.

According to Sharma et al., these nonionic surfactants with high solubility are good candidates for oil recovery. Their research showed that mixture of this surfactant and a cationic surfactant had a high aqueous stability in harsh conditions such as high temperature up to °C and high salinity up toppm.

@article{osti_, title = {Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems. Progress status report, April 1-J }, author = {Shah, D O and Walker, Jr, R D}, abstractNote = {Research on interfacial phenomena was concerned with measurements of the critical micelle concentration (CMC) and partition coefficients of synthetic and petroleum sulfonates, and with evaluating the role.

Despite the progress made on renewable energy, oil and gas remains the world’s primary energy source. Meanwhile, large amounts of oil deposits remain unrecovered after application of traditional oil recovery methods.

Chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR) has been adjudged as an efficient oil recovery technique to recover bypassed oil and residual oil trapped in the reservoir.

Alkaline–surfactant–polymer (ASP) flooding is potentially the most efficient chemical EOR method. It yields extremely high incremental recovery factors in excess of 95% of the residual oil for water flooding on the laboratory scale. However, current opinion is that such extremely high recoveries can be achieved under optimum salinity conditions, i.e., for the Winsor Type III microemulsion.

Alkaline Surfactant Polymer (ASP) process is a tertiary method of oil recovery that has promising results for future development.

It has already been implemented in different areas of the United States such as Wyoming, west Texas, also in Canada and China. Chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is surely a topic of interest, as conventional oil resources become more scarce and the necessity of exploiting heavy and unconventional oils increases.

EOR methods based on polymer flooding, surfactant-polymer flooding and alkali-surfactant-polymer flooding are well established, but new challenges always. Professor Bengt Kronberg is a Senior Research Fellow and Course Director at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden.

He has a long experience in teaching fundamental and applied aspects of surface chemistry. He has published over 80 papers in the field and is a co-author of the book "Surfactants and Polymers in Aqueous Solution". The focus of this chapter is on polymers and their use to enhance oil recovery through the process known as polymer flooding.

Emphasis is given to practical information relevant to field application(s) of polymer flooding. Therefore, the purpose of this chapter is to provide a brief but thorough overview of key concepts necessary to understand this technology for its successful implementation.

Characterization of alkali-surfactant-polymer slugs using synthesized gemini surfactant for potential application in enhanced oil recovery.

Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, DOI: / Nilanjan .Fractional flow theory still serves as a powerful tool for validation of numerical reservoir models, understanding of the mechanisms, and interpretation of transport behavior in porous media during the Chemical-Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) process.

With the enrichment of CEOR mechanisms, it is important to revisit the application of fractional flow theory to CEOR at this stage.

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) processes are well known for their efficiency in incrementing oil production; however, the selection of the most suitable method to adopt for specific field applications is challenging.

Hence, this chapter presents an overview of different EOR techniques currently applied in oil fields, the opportunities associated with these techniques, key technological.