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Large-scale samples of sulfonates for laboratory studies in tertiary oil recovery
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Get this from a library. Large-scale samples of sulfonates for laboratory studies in tertiary oil recovery: preparation and related studies.
[Earl W Malmberg; Suntech, inc.; United States. Department of Energy.; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.].
Large-scale samples of sulfonates for laboratory studies in tertiary oil recovery, preparation and related studies. Annual report, May April Technical Report Malmberg, E W ; Burtch, F W.
Problems are even more severe when sulfonates Problems are even more severe when sulfonates present in laboratory core effluents or production present in laboratory core effluents or production well samples from field trials are to be characterized.
Complications are caused by salt from the aqueous phase as well as crude oil contamination. Because of that, an important research effort toward improving oil extraction is being applied with the so-called enhanced oil recovery or tertiary stages  .
There are several Author: Ronald E. Terry. The oil recovery and pressure drop data are reviewed and discussed in terms of the alkaline flooding mechanisms that appear to prevail. Introduction.
This study was conducted to critically compare the tertiary oil recovery capabilities of sodium hydroxide and sodium orthosilicate for the Wainwright reservoir fluid : Zdenka Novosad, Frank G. McCaffery. A final water drive completed the recovery. This tertiary recovery approach is an example of using water with a combination of surfactants as described earlier.
A unique approach for in situ removal of hazardous wastes from soils is to employ micellar solution~Tlcoding, another tertiary oil recovery technique.
Employing optimal microemulsion, % original oil in place (OOIP) in spontaneous imbibition and % OOIP in core-flood tests were tertiary added to oil recovery.
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods gain importance in particular with respect to the limited worldwide resources of crude oil. Micellar flooding is a promising tertiary oil-recovery method, perhaps the only method that has been shown to be successful in the field for depleted light oil reservoirs.
Laboratory studies of foam flow in. October MONITORING TO DETECT GROUNDWATER PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY by Ron Beck Bernard Aboba Douglas Miller Ivor Kaklins ERCO/Energy Resources Co.
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Abstract. A contract was signed on July 7,by the City of Long Beach and the U.S. Department of Energy to conduct jointly a Micellar-Polymer Project which would establish a tertiary oil recovery technique applicable to unconsolidated oil sands in Wilmington Field typical of the California Coastal Province.
Economic projections for emerging tertiary oil recovery processes of this type are most difficult to make since the industry has no experience with large-scale field projects.
Critical factors in an economic analysis include the amount or fraction of oil recovered and the time required to recover that o i l. Case Studies The case studies were developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S.
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In fact, Thomas has estimated that conventional oil recovery methods could leave behind approximately × 10 12 barrels ( × 10 12 m 3) of conventional oil and × 10 12 barrels ( × 10 12 m 3) of heavy oil on the world scale.
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