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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-552103-MS
... Abstract Problems like small sweeping volume, short stimulating period and poor producing performance challenge the effectiveness of single horizontal well CO 2 huff ‘n’ puff in the fault-block reservoirs with edge water. The effect of CO 2 volume on multiple horizontal wells CO 2 huff ‘n...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-552268-MS
... Abstract The matrix permeability of the tight sandstone reservoir is very low, which causes difficulty to inject water, the CO 2 flooding is applied widely to these reservoirs for the better oil displacement and low injection pressure, but natural fractures develop as well as artificial...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-552770-MS
... Abstract Asphaltene deposition is one aspect of the serious causes decreasing the production capacity, and a common phenomenon during CO 2 flooding in ultra-low permeability reservoirs. Prior to asphaltene deposition, the asphaltene first precipitates from the crude oil. It is urgent to find...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-552947-MS
... Abstract The cushion gas is indispensable to maintain the reservoir pressure, prevent the water intrusion and ensure the stability of underground gas storage (UGS). Considering the good thermodynamic properties, economic benefit and carbon storage, CO 2 is the ideal option for the cushion gas...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-553659-MS
... Abstract CO 2 flooding is one of the most promising EOR methods. Due to the complicated compositional change during the displacement process, the effect of CO 2 injection on phase behavior of oil and gas system is still not clear so far. It can great limits the forecast of development effect...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-557058-MS
... Abstract In the current study, a novel methodology is introduced based on classical conservation model equations of mass, momentum and heat transfer in porous media sediments. Set of model equations have been used in discrete form to investigate liquefied high pressure CO 2 transformation...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-556840-MS
... Abstract With the demand for conformance control in CO 2 flooding fields, the traditional HPAM-Cr(III) polymer gel has been applied to reduce excess CO 2 production. However, the field application results are mixed. In order to understand the HPAM-Cr(III) polymer gel plugging performance...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-485111-MS
... recovery is still low as an average of 7.5 %. Injecting carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) to enhance oil recovery in these poor-quality formations is still a debatable issue among investigators. In this study, three steps of research have been integrated to investigate the parameters which control the success of CO 2...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486297-MS
... Abstract Carbon dioxide is commonly injected during secondary or tertiary recovery to enhanced oil recovery. While CO 2 can also cause some precipitation damage. Usually scale ions (Ca 2+ , Mg 2+ ) in water react with CO 2 to form solid precipitation that can plug the pores. In this report...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486335-MS
... miscible floods. A reservoir model was developed for the area of interest and was history-matched with the primary production data from the field. The model was then used to illustrate the CO 2 miscible flood potential by quantifying the incremental recovery over the primary production scenario...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486336-MS
... Abstract A novel method to remove nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) from the flue gas of coal-fired power plants with CO 2 capture has been advanced for commercial implementation. The technology leverages the equipment and chemistry in an existing (sulfur dioxide) SO 2 polishing scrubber upstream...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486411-MS
... Abstract Relative permeability of CO 2 and brine is one of the fundamental parameters controlling flow related to carbon storage in saline aquifers. Core samples recovered from subsurface formations are characterized in laboratory experiments to determine effective core relative permeability...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486447-MS
... Abstract As an efficient enhanced oil recovery (EOR) technique, carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) miscible flooding can greatly reduce the viscosity of oil and improve its mobility, and has great potential to achieve higher oil recovery. However, the disadvantage of CO 2 flooding, when compared...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486524-MS
... Abstract The CO 2 dissolved in the aquifer will increase the density of brine, which can result in the instability of the gravity and prompt the onset of the viscous finger. The viscous finger will lead to the convective mix, accelerating the process of CO 2 solution in the brine. However...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486556-MS
... production. However, the primary recovery remains very low to narrow the profit margin heavily. Although CO 2 huff-n-puff process holds great potential to increase oil recovery and has a chance to sequester CO 2 to reduce environmental footprint, our current knowledge of the performance of this process...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486571-MS
... Abstract As the only company which owns the right for coal mines and oil and gas production in China, Yanchang Petroleum Group has the unique advantages to implement integrated CO 2 capture and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in Ordos Basin. This area is also one of the largest CO 2 emission...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486622-MS
... Abstract Injecting carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into oil reservoirs has the potential to enhance oil recovery (EOR) and mitigate climate change by storing CO 2 underground. Despite successes in using CO 2 to enhance oil recovery, mobility control remains a major challenge facing CO 2 injection...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486671-MS
... Abstract H-3 Block is an ultra-low permeability reservoir in Changqing oil field, China which had been waterflooded from 2009 and was switched to CO 2 flooding in 2013 due to excess water production. However, the nature fractures in NE-SW region have resulted in early CO 2 breakthrough...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-502143-MS
... recovery is still below 10%. Therefore, seeking for techniques to enhance oil recovery in these complex plays is inevitable. In this paper, two engineering-reversed approaches have been integrated to investigate the feasibility of CO 2 huff-n-puff process in shale oil reservoirs. Firstly, a numerical...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-502866-MS
... Abstract During the past 45 years, CO 2 flood technology for Enhanced Oil Recovery projects evolved from a partially understood process filled with uncertainties to a process based on proven technology and experience. Many questions involved with CO 2 flooding have been thoroughly analyzed...

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