1 edition of Improved oil recovery. found in the catalog.
Improved oil recovery.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Interstate Oil Compact Commission.|
|LC Classifications||TN871 .I383 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||83080156|
improved oil recovery (IOR) is also used in the petroleum industry and is loosely defined as having a wider scope of practices to increase oil recovery as compared to tertiary recovery or EOR. In addition to what is classified as EOR, the IOR includes secondary recovery processes, such as waterflooding and gas pressure maintenance,Cited by: 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.
SPE Member Price USD A revision of the classic, Enhanced Oil Recovery by Larry Lake, this text, Fundamentals of Enhanced Oil Recovery, retains the original work's emphasis on fractional flow theory and phase behavior to explain enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is additional coverage on cutting edge (or current) topics, such as low-salinity EOR, steam-assisted gravity. secondary recovery (improved oil recovery or IOR) technologies are a better first option before full-field deployment of EOR. Realisation of EOR potential can only be achieved through long-term commitments, both in capital and human resources, a vision to strive towards ultimate oil recovery instead of.
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. The basic improved recovery mechanism for gas flooding EOR is the fact that the residual oil for gas displacement is lower than that for waterflooding. In principle this could result in an incremental recovery in the range 10 to 15% over the recovery by waterflooding.
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The literature cited in this book forms a comprehensive list of references in relation to improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding. This book will be useful to experts and non-experts in this field of research. Read more Read less click to open popoverCited by: The literature cited in this book forms a comprehensive list of references in relation to improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding.
This book will. 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.
The book introduces four improved recovery methods—waterflooding, injection, chemical flooding, and thermal recovery. It also provides a nontechnical description of the subsurface processes by which these methods displace oil, and evaluates their development and use.
This book is about the recent developments in the area as well as the technology for enhancing oil recovery. The book provides important case studies related to over one hundred EOR pilot and field applications in a variety of oil fields.
These case studies focus on practical problems, underlying theoretical and modelling methods, operational Cited by: ’Improved Oil Recovery’ (IOR) is used for all measures which can increase or accelerate the oil recovery of a field Improved Oil Recovery - IOR (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Any of various methods, chiefly reservoir drive mechanisms and enhanced recovery hi d i d i h fl recovery of a field.
There is emphasis on measuresFile Size: 3MB. A Novel Improved Oil Recovery Approach for Increasing Capillary Number by Enhancing Depth of Penetration in Abu Dhabi Carbonate Reservoirs.
Improved Oil Recovery (IOR) and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Methods are methods used to target the resources not capable of being produced with conventional production methods.
IOR is defined as any recovery method used to improve oil recovery above the use of non-stimulated, naturally-flowing vertical production wells (Please note that with this definition, each reservoir will have a. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Oil Recovery during Spontaneous Imbibitions”, presented at 11th International Symposium on Reservoir Wettability Calgary, AB, Canada, September •Loahardjo, N.: “Mechanism of Improved Oil Recovery by Sequential Waterflooding” Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Graduate seminar, Nov.
8, File Size: 4MB. 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.
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The literature cited in this book forms a comprehensive list of references in relation to improved oil recovery by surfactant and polymer flooding. This book will be useful to experts and non-experts in this field of Edition: 1.
Nowadays, the problem of enhanced and improved oil recovery is a key one in petroleum theory and practice. Many enhanced oil recovery methods (EOR) are currently being used at local oilfields.
Improved oil recovery. For decades, our scientists have researched methods of extracting more oil from the reservoirs. This is a prioritised area for authorities and industry alike.
Del artikkel: One per cent more oil from the North Sea oilfields means billions of extra dollars in income to the companies and the Norwegian state. To this end.
Formation Damage during Improved Oil Recovery: Fundamentals and Applications bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and field practice by presenting information on formation damage issues that arise during enhanced oil recovery.
Multi-contributed technical chapters include sections on modeling and simulation, lab experiments, field case. Formation Damage during Improved Oil Recovery: Fundamentals and Applications bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and field practice by presenting information on formation damage issues that arise during enhanced oil recovery.
Multi-contributed technical chapters include sections on modeling and simulation, lab experiments, field case studies, and newly proposed technologies and. Improved Oil Recovery Methods: Applicability Screening and Potential Evaluation Authors Leonid M. Surguchev The advantages of analytical methods are in their speed and relatively small amount of data necessary to estimate the recovery of a certain EOR technique.
The approach is viable and practical when a large number of reservoirs are to Author: Leonid M. Surguchev, Eva-Maria Reich, Roman Berenblyum, Anton Shchipanov. Oil reserves from shallow-shelf carbonate reservoirs account for 22% of theoriginal oil in place (OOIP) of the entire U.S.
oil resource. Many of thesereservoirs are naturally fractured. A pressure-pulsing technique has been usedin fractured fields to improve oil recovery. Improved Oil Recovery; Committees. Resource Evaluation. Technical Programme. Research.
Publications. Publication Committee For Books. Membership and Cooperation. Education. Student Affairs. Awards. Improved Oil Recovery. ECMOR. PACE. Improved Oil Recovery The IOR Committee is responsible for the content of IOR Symposia. Improved Oil Recovery is a process of increasing the production of crude oil and other hydrocarbons from an oil or a gas well once the production starts declining.
Willhite is a Distinguished Member of SPE; he received the Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty inthe Lester C. Uren Award inand the John Franklin Carll Award in He also received the IOR Pioneer Award at the SPE/DOE Improved Oil Recovery 8/10(1).ELSEVIER BOOK: FORMATION DAMAGE DURING IMPROVED OIL RECOVERY: FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS | In practice, this book has the following merits and contributions: 1) to the best of our knowledge, it.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).