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Improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding

by AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding Kansas City, Kan. 1976.

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil field flooding -- Congresses.,
  • Surface active agents -- Congresses.,
  • Polymers -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditors, D. O. Shah, R. S. Schechter.
    ContributionsShah, D. O. 1938-, Schechter, Robert Samuel., American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN871 .A13 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 578 p. :
    Number of Pages578
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4553104M
    ISBN 100126417504
    LC Control Number77022627

    Multiple analysis has indicated that over 50% of the oil production in the next years is going to be produced through enhanced recovery procedures including polymer flooding. The heuristics for polymer flooding says that it is feasible to apply polymer flooding in reservoirs having oil viscosities in the range of 10 to mPa.s. The weaknesses and limitations of polymer flooding include: i. Nearly half of the remaining underground oil reserves will be left behind after polymer flooding. Current technology does not provide a method to deal with these remaining reserves. ii. After polymer flooding for .

      Olson et al. () reported some incremental oil recovery factors over water flooding from alkaline flooding, polymer flooding and ASP flooding from the laboratory. The recovery factor from surfactant flooding was not available. The recovery factors from alkaline-only and polymer-only flooding were 10 percent and percent, respectively.   Polymer-Improved Oil Recovery by K. S. Sorbie, The techniques used range from 'improved' secondary flooding methods (including polymer and certain gas injection processes) through to 'enhanced' or 'tertiary' methods such as chemical (surfactant, caustic, foam), gas miscible (carbon dioxide, gas reinjection) and thermal (steam soak and drive.

      An invaluable tool for petroleum engineering students, Enhanced Oil Recovery also serves as an important resource for those practicing oil recovery in the field or engaged in the design and. The importance of oil in the world economy cannot be overstated, and methods for recovering oil will be the subject of much scientific and engineering research for many years to come. Even after the application of primary depletion and secondary recovery processes (usually waterflooding), much oil usually remains in a reservoir, and indeed in some heterogeneous reservoir systems as much as 70%.


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Improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding by AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding Kansas City, Kan. 1976. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Significant topics on molecular, microscopic, and macroscopic aspects of oil displacement in porous media by surfactant and polymer solutions and related phenomena are also discussed. The literature cited in this book forms a comprehensive list of references in relation to improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding.

Polymer-Improved Oil Recovery. Authors: Sorbie, K.S. The techniques used range from 'improved' secondary flooding methods (including polymer and certain gas injection processes) through to 'enhanced' or 'tertiary' methods such as chemical (surfactant, caustic, foam), gas miscible (carbon dioxide, gas reinjection) and thermal (steam soak.

Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding - Kindle edition by Shah, D. O., Shah, D. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer by: Description: 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. : Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding (): Shah, D. O.: BooksFormat: Paperback. AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding ( Kansas City, Kan.).

Improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. James G. Speight, in Heavy Oil Recovery and Upgrading, Polymer Flooding. Polymer flooding is an enhanced oil recovery method that uses polymer solutions to increase oil recovery by decreasing the water/oil mobility ratio by increasing the viscosity of the displacing water (Mandal, ).Water-soluble polymer solutions such as polysaccharide derivatives and polyacrylamide derivatives.

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Thus, there is an enormous incentive for the development of improved or enhanced methods of oil recovery, aimed at recovering some portion of this remainil)g oil. The techniques used range from 'improved' secondary flooding methods (including polymer and certain gas injection processes) through to 'enhanced' or 'tertiary' methods such as.

Enhanced oil recovery (abbreviated EOR), also called tertiary recovery, is the extraction of crude oil from an oil field that cannot be extracted otherwise.

EOR can extract 30% to 60% or more of a reservoir's oil, compared to 20% to 40% using primary and secondary recovery. According to the US Department of Energy, there are three primary techniques for EOR: thermal, gas injection, and.

UDC Dmitrievsky A.N., Eremin N.A. The innovative potential of the smart oil and gas technologies // Geology, Geophysics and Development of Oil and Gas Fields,№1, pp 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).

@article{osti_, title = {SURFACTANT - POLYMER INTERACTION FOR IMPROVED OIL RECOVERY}, author = {Unknown,}, abstractNote = {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. The literature cited in this book also forms a comprehensive list of references in relation to improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding.

In this rapidly expanding and important area of enhanced oil recovery, we hope that this book will be useful to experts as. Polymer-Improved Oil Recovery. Book. Among Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) methods, polymer flooding is a straightforward technique with a long commercial history and proven results.

Abstract. Secondary recovery methods discussed are pressure maintenance, waterflooding, and immiscible gas injection. Tertiary methods considered are hydrocarbon miscible flooding, CO/sub 2/ miscible flooding, polymer-augmented waterflooding, micellar-polymer flooding, cyclic steam injection, steam drive, and in situ combustion.

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.

Oil Recovery Techniques • Solvent Flooding • CO 2 • Hydrocarbon Gas • Chemical Flooding • Polymer Flooding • Surfactant / Polymer Flooding (SP) • Alkaline / Surfactant / Polymer Flooding (ASP) • Conformance Improvement Methods • Thermal Techniques for Heavy Oil • Steam drive, steam stimulation, SAGD • Solvent, insitu combustion • Carbonate Reservoirs and Wettability.Abstract Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer (ASP) flooding is potentially the most efficient chemical EOR methods.

It yields extremely high incremental recovery factors in excess of 95% of residual oil for water flooding. The current opinion is that such e.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.