3 edition of Enhanced oil recovery by improved waterflooding found in the catalog.
Enhanced oil recovery by improved waterflooding
United States. Dept. of Energy.
by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||contributors: Myron Allen ... [et al.] ; prepared for the Department of Energy ...|
|Series||BETC ; 2541-12|
|Contributions||Allen, Myron, Energy Resources Co|
|The Physical Object|
OOIP may be recovered by application of tertiary or enhanced oil recovery processes. Primary production accounted for approximately 7 percent recovery of the OOIP in New York State's old oil fields. Secondary recovery by waterflooding has resulted in an average recovery of an additional 14 percent of the OOIP. 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.
Improved recovery of crude oil by low-salinity waterflooding (LSW), with only modest increase in resistance to flow, was reported by Tang and Morrow (). Since then, many laboratories and organizations have grappled with the opportunities and problems associated with identifying, reproducing, and explaining the low-salinity effect (LSE). Enhanced-Oil Recovery (EOR) evaluations focused on asset acquisition or rejuvenation involve a combination of complex decisions, using different data sources. EOR projects have been traditionally associated with high CAPEX and OPEX, as well as high financial risk, which tend to limit the number of EOR projects launched. In this book, the authors propose workflows for EOR evaluations .
A method for recovering additional oil beyond fluid expansion, rock compressibility, gravitational drainage, pressure decline and natural waterdrive or term is used in both a restricted sense and a more general sense. In its restricted sense, it is a process, such as waterflooding or gasflooding, that adds energy to a reservoir to stimulate oil production and increase recovery. A method of secondary recovery in which water is injected into the reservoir formation to displace residual oil. The water from injection wells physically sweeps the displaced oil to adjacent production wells. Potential problems associated with waterflood techniques include inefficient recovery due to variable permeability, or similar conditions affecting fluid transport within the reservoir.
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Hybrid Enhanced Oil Recovery Using Smart Waterflooding explains the latest technologies used in the integration of low-salinity and smart waterflooding in other EOR processes to reduce risks attributed to numerous difficulties in existing technologies, also introducing the synergetic effects.
Covering both lab and field work and the challenges ahead, the book delivers a cutting-edge product for today’s. Received the book on time and there were no markings or anything.
So far, I've read chapters 1 and 2 and it's ok. There are a lot of new technology pertaining Improved Oil Recovery that you might not find in this book, but overall it has good information on waterflooding5/5(1).
OCLC Number: Notes: Energy Resources Company. Contract no. EFC Submitted Octoberpublished May Description: volumes: illustrations. Enhanced Oil Recovery describes technologies that can be applied to recover oil that Enhanced oil recovery by improved waterflooding book be produced by primary recovery or waterflooding.
These technologies include polymer, micellar-polymer, and CO2 flooding, as well as thermal-recovery processes that are typically implemented following primary production.8/10(1). Technical Report: Enhanced oil recovery by improved waterflooding. Fourth annual report, October September Fourth annual report, October September [Illinois].
Enhanced Oil Recovery Field Case Studies bridges the gap between theory and practice in a range of real-world EOR settings. Areas covered include steam and polymer flooding, use of foam, in situ combustion, microorganisms, "smart water"-based EOR in carbonates and sandstones, and many more.
Enhanced Oil Recovery by Horizontal Waterflooding are often unsuccessful because water cannot be injected below the reservoir parting pressure at a volume high enough to improve oil recovery.
Channeling and poor oil recovery are typical if the fracture-parting pressure of the reservoir is exceeded. Robinowitz, S.: “Enhanced Oil. Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, University of Wyoming, July •Loahardjo, N., Xie, X., Winoto, W., Buckley, J., and Morrow, N.R., “Improved Oil Recovery by Sequential Waterflooding”, presented at the 14 th Annual Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Technical Symposium, New Orleans, LA, Aug.
File Size: 4MB. Enhanced Oil Recovery, or Tertiary Recovery. In FigureEnhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), or Tertiary Recovery, is also applied to large reservoirs. EOR involves the injection of fluids into the reservoir, which aids in crude oil production by means other than simply supplying external reservoir energy.
The baseline for EOR is the incremental production after primary and secondary production. Description An in-depth study of the fundamental aspects of enhanced oil recovery (EOR), this book brings together detailed analyses of proven techniques.
It begins with the current theories of the origin of oil and ends with a treatise on waterflooding which is the basis of Book Edition: 1.
Identifying Cost-Effective Waterflooding Optimization Opportunities in Mature Reservoirs from Data Driven Analytics Improved and Enhanced Recovery, Data Mining, Recovery Factors, Improved and Enhanced Recovery, CRM and NEA model were used to perform history-matching and forecast based on production and injection.
Building on the comprehensive, fundamental mechanisms and mathematical computations detailed in the First Edition, the new Second Edition of Enhanced Oil Recovery presents the latest insights into the applications of EOR processes, including -Field-scale thermal-recovery such as steam-assisted gravity drainage and cyclic steam stimulation.
That is, in 'improved' recovery we are usually aiming to increase the oil sweep efficiency, whereas in 'tertiary' recovery we aim to mobilise and recover residual or capillary trapped oil.
There are a few books and collections of articles which give general overviews of improved and enhanced oil recovery. Written for the two-semester courses on enhanced oil recovery, this book is valuable to graduate students in all areas dealing with flow in permeable media.
It is the only current book on the subject written by a professor. With domestic oil reserves dwindling, the nation's energy needs will require more extraction from known by: Hybrid Enhanced Oil Recovery Using Smart Waterflooding explains the latest technologies used in the integration of low-salinity and smart waterflooding in other EOR processes to reduce risks attributed to numerous difficulties in existing technologies, also introducing the synergetic effects.
Nikolai A. Eremin, Larisa N. Nazarova. Enhanced Oil Recovery Methods. (Edited by prof. Igor T. Mischenko). Moscow. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Nearly × barrels of conventional oil and × barrels of heavy oil remain in reservoirs worldwide after conventional recovery methods have been exhausted.
Much of this oil would be recovered by Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) methods, which are part of the general scheme of Improved Oil Recovery (IOR). /5(2). Discover the best Enhanced Oil Recovery books and audiobooks.
Learn from Enhanced Oil Recovery experts like James and Vladimir Alvarado. Read Enhanced Oil Recovery books like Enhanced Oil Recovery in Shale and Tight Reservoirs and Enhanced Oil Recovery for free with a free day trial. Enhanced Oil Recovery: An Update Review Improved Oil Recovery (IOR) methods encompass Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) methods as well The field has been developed mainly by waterflooding [27,31–34]).
Karazhanbas is an onshore heavy oil. A revision of the primary, Enhanced Oil Recovery by Larry Lake, this textual content material, Fundamentals of Enhanced Oil Recovery, retains the distinctive work's emphasis on fractional motion idea and half conduct to elucidate enhanced oil restoration (EOR) processes.
This recovery approach, after all possible optimizations, yielded a recovery factor of %, implying the need for additional recovery by secondary and enhanced oil recovery technologies.great potential for enhanced oil recovery in the future.
Index Terms—Low salinity water flooding, oil recovery, secondary recovery, tertiary recovery. I. INTRODUCTION. With the decline of recovery from conventional oil reservoirs and limitations of finding new conventional oil pools, petroleum researchers are now focusing on new low.Waterflooding is one of the most commonly implemented improved oil recovery techniques in the world.
In this course, the participants are presented the fundamental concepts of oil displacement by water and provided techniques for estimating recovery, evaluating behaviour and monitoring performance of waterflood projects.