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Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems

Florida. University, Gainesville


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

Get this from a library. Research on surfactant-polymer oil recovery systems. [University of Florida.; United States.

Department of Energy.]. This book will be useful to experts and non-experts in this field of research. Show less Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding contains papers presented at the AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding.

A more convincing evidence of the role played by the IFT of a polymeric surfactant in oil recovery comes from a very recent research (Co et al., ). The authors compared the performance in core-flood experiments of a traditional HPAM and a HPAM modified incorporating 1–5% of a “surfactant-like Cited by: Polymeric surfactants for enhanced oil recovery: A review Patrizio Raffan, Antonius A.

Broekhuis, Francesco Picchioni Department of Chemical Engineering - Product Technology, Cited by: The proceedings cover six major areas of research related to chemical flooding processes for enhanced oil recovery, namely, 1) Fundamental aspects of the oil displacement process, 2) Micro­ structure of surfactant systems, 3) Emulsion rheology and oil dis­ placement mechanisms, 4) Wettability and oil displacement mecha­ nisms, 5) Adsorption, clays and chemical loss mechanisms.

To evaluate the effect of sweep efficiency improvements with no local pore level trapping of fluids, a 2D neutral water wet Hele-Shaw cell is used to visualize the dominant mechanisms of surfactant, polymer and their combinations to enhance heavy oil by: 1.

Surfactant-polymer interaction for improved oil recovery. The goal of the proposed research is to use the interaction between a surfactant and a polymer for efficient displacement of tertiary oil. 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 File Size: 1MB.

Oil in water (o/w) Pickering emulsion stabilized by a nanoparticle–surfactant–polymer system shows better thermal stability than the one stabilized by a surfactant–polymer system. The knowledge of the viscoelastic properties of these emulsion systems is important for their successful application for high pressure and high temperature conditions related to enhanced oil recovery Cited by: recommended for polymer libraries as this is the most significant book covering the technology of polymers in enhanced oil recovery - Air Products and Chemicals; serve both as a superb reference for experts and as a good starting point for those just entering the area - R S Seright, New Mexico Petroleum Recovery Research Center; This book.

The surfactant-polymer (SP) process is one of the Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) methods used in the industry. It has been continuously studied; however, it is still a challenge for the petroleum industry. The decrease of surface tension of surfactant– polymer solution in the presence of alkali may also be due to charge-shielding mechanism and hydrolysis polymer.

This reduced surface tension is one of the most important criteria for enhanced recovery of oil by increasing the capillary number of oil–water by: Chemical flooding enhanced oil recovery is an aspect of enhanced oil recovery whereby chemicals (Alkaline, Surfactant and Polymer) are injected into the reservoir to release and.

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. Alvarado V, Manrique E () Enhanced oil recovery: an update review. Energies 3(9): 4. Nazar MF, Shah SS, Khosa MA () Microemulsions in enhanced oil recovery: a review.

Petroleum Science and Technology 29(13): 5. Olajire AA () Review of ASP EOR (alkaline surfactant polymer enhanced oil recovery File Size: KB. Surfactant flooding is an important technique used in enhanced oil recovery to reduce the amount of oil in pore space of matrix rock.

Surfactants are injected to mobilize residual oil by lowering the interfacial tension between oil and water and/or by the wettability alteration from oil Cited by: 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 Author: Darya Musharova. Chemical EOR can be an effective method for increasing oil recovery and reducing the amount of produced water; however, reservoir fluids are chemically complex and may react adversely to.

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.

Cited by: Alkali - surfactant - polymer (ASP) combination flooding technique is one of the effective enhanced oil recovery ways for mature oilfields. However, alkali can lead to difficulty of the. Adding more surfactant to the solution after achieving CMC will cause its.

wastage and increase the expenditure of the EOR project. When a surfactant is added to the immiscible phases of .With the wide application of ASP (alkali/surfactant/polymer) flooding oil recovery technology, the produced water from ASP flooding has increased greatly.

The clay particles carried by crude oil in the process of flow have a synergetic effect with oil Author: Bin Huang, Chen Wang, Weisen Zhang, Cheng Fu, Haibo Liu, Hongwei Wang.Oil industry professionals know that the key to a successful enhanced oil recovery project lies in anticipating the differences between plans and the realities found in the field.

This book aids that effort, providing valuable case studies from more than EOR pilot and field applications in a variety of oil .