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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 48 (03): 15–23.
Paper Number: PETSOC-09-03-15-DA
Published: 01 March 2009
... resonance (NMR) relaxometry is a technology that offers significant benefits in reservoir characterization through the magnetic resonance logging tools that are offered by oil and gas service companies (1) . These tools can offer measurements of porosity, permeability, mobile and bound fluids and...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 46 (11).
Paper Number: PETSOC-07-11-04
Published: 01 November 2007
...J. Bryan; A. Kantzas; R. Badry; J. Emmerson; T. Hancsicsak Having knowledge of oil viscosity variation within reservoirs would be of considerable benefit when producing from heavy oil fields. Previous work has demonstrated that low field NMR bench-top instruments can be used to perform measurements...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 45 (07).
Paper Number: PETSOC-06-07-01
Published: 01 July 2006
...F.M. Hum; A. Kantzas Methods commonly used to measure the wettability of unconsolidated porous media are quick and easy to perform, but these tests do not provide reproducible results. This paper outlines the use of low-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) as an alternative method of wettability...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 44 (09).
Paper Number: PETSOC-05-09-02
Published: 01 September 2005
... characterization and exploitation design. Low field NMR is a technology that has shown great potential as a tool for characterizing hydrocarbon properties in heavy oil and bitumen reservoirs. An oil viscosity correlation has previously been developed that is capable of providing order of magnitude viscosity...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 44 (04).
Paper Number: PETSOC-05-04-02
Published: 01 April 2005
... to each of the oils and NMR spectra were obtained. The mixture of solvent and heavy oil or bitumen produces a spectrum that is distinctly different than that of the solvent or oil alone. From the shape and amplitude of the NMR spectra, one can calculate the amount of solvent present. Furthermore, one...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 43 (05): 17–21.
Paper Number: PETSOC-04-05-TN3
Published: 01 May 2004
... (TIPM) Laboratory has expanded into the use of low field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for various applications in the oil industry. Much of the work has centred around core analy- sis, but considerable efforts have also taken place in the area of analysis of fluid streams of various types(1-6). In...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 42 (07).
Paper Number: PETSOC-03-07-02
Published: 01 July 2003
... recovery of these reserves. As oil viscosity increases, obtaining a laboratory measurement is difficult and prone to error, and viscosities measured in the lab may not be representative of field conditions. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is therefore presented as an attractive alternative method for...
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