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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 54 (06): 372–386.
Paper Number: SPE-178917-PA
Published: 17 November 2015
... time catalyst complex reservoir regenerated catalyst test 3 fresh catalyst test 1 concentration co 2 Upgrading University catalyst composition Engineering combustion viscosity test 1 test 2 november 2015 Supported Catalyst Regeneration and Reuse for Upgrading of Athabasca Bitumen in...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 54 (04): 220–232.
Paper Number: SPE-176029-PA
Published: 17 July 2015
... 7 2015 2015.Society of Petroleum Engineers enhanced recovery thermal method SAGD steam-assisted gravity drainage normal wet test 2 wet combustion Moore normal wet test wet test 2 combustion co 2 test 1 Upgrading catalyst bed Upstream Oil & Gas catalyst bitumen...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 54 (02): 078–080.
Paper Number: SPE-0315-078-JCPT
Published: 23 March 2015
... estimation of mass-transfer parameters using pressure-decay data of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), methanw(CH H ), and nitrogen (N 2 ) dissolution in Athabasca bitumen at two different temperatures were found to be negligible, considering the gas/oil-interface resistance on calculated values of diffusivities...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 53 (05): 263–274.
Paper Number: SPE-146738-PA
Published: 23 September 2014
... carbon dioxide (CO 2 )] at high-pressure and-temperature conditions (compatible with a typical heavy-oil-sand deposit in Canada). The use of CO 2 as a solvent in this type of process was considered as a lower-cost alternative to more-expensive hydrocarbons and for its permanent-storage potential. Several...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 53 (03): 168–178.
Paper Number: SPE-165454-PA
Published: 23 May 2014
... when using the CO 2 /C 3 solvent mixture. The results also showed that the CO 2 /C 3 mixture resulted in earlier solvent breakthrough and initial oil production, reduced solvent-makeup requirements (i.e., better solvent recycle stream), and reduced solvent retention in the model/reservoir, as compared...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 53 (01): 69–82.
Paper Number: SPE-146640-PA
Published: 30 January 2014
...Runar Nygaard; Saeed Salehi; Benjamin Weideman; Robert Guy Lavoie Summary The most viable options for permanent removal of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) from the atmosphere include large-scale injection of CO2 from stationary sources, such as coal-fired power plants and heavy-oil production, into brine...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 53 (01): 48–54.
Paper Number: SPE-157930-PA
Published: 30 January 2014
... viscosity of the solvent in wide temperature and pressure ranges using the modified Enskog theory (MET). Results show an acceptable agreement between the predictions of this model and experimental viscosity data of bitumen saturated with different solvents (CH 4 , N 2 , CO 2 , and C 2 H 6 ) at various T-P-x...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 51 (05): 362–375.
Paper Number: SPE-137808-PA
Published: 31 July 2012
...Guillermo Ordorica-Garcia; Mehrdokt Nikoo; Michiel Carbo; Irene Bolea Summary The majority of the technology development for CO 2 capture and storage (CCS) is driven by the electric-utility industry, in which the emphasis is on large centralized units for electric-power generation with coal as the...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (02): 71–78.
Paper Number: SPE-133374-PA
Published: 14 November 2011
...S. Chen; H. Li; D. Yang CO 2 flooding has gained momentum in the oil and gas industry and might be suitable for approximately 80% of oil reservoirs worldwide based on the oil recovery criteria alone. In addition to miscibility, production performance needs to be optimized to achieve higher sweep...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 50 (09): 24–36.
Paper Number: SPE-129599-PA
Published: 01 September 2011
... study, reservoir characteristics are investigated. Comparative discussions are presented between cases with CO 2 and N 2 as the injected gas on reservoir fluids of different compositions (heavy, black, and volatile oils). Influences of area, thickness, fracture/matrix permeabilities, initial reservoir...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 50 (09): 71–81.
Paper Number: SPE-99606-PA
Published: 01 September 2011
... injection method Upstream Oil & Gas miscible method ayirala composition crude oil gas oil system gas Oil Ratio miscibility oil system IFT measurement equilibrium co 2 MPa miscibility pressure enhanced recovery IFT optical cell gas oil IFT vit miscibility standard gas oil system VIT...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 50 (07): 55–60.
Paper Number: SPE-137730-PA
Published: 01 July 2011
...John E. Faltinson; Bill Gunter Summary One promising method for reducing carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions when storing CO 2 in oil reservoirs is CO 2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR). In order to make a significant contribution to mitigating climate change from emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), CO 2...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 50 (07): 61–66.
Paper Number: SPE-148752-PA
Published: 01 July 2011
...Hadi Belhaj; Haytham Abdulwahab Summary This study describes how gas-processing facilities are impacted by injected CO 2 returning to surface through production streams, with the goal to improve profitability of the enhanced-oil-recovery (EOR) project by postponing the expenses of handling...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (11): 61–68.
Paper Number: SPE-141295-PA
Published: 01 November 2010
... fracture) when it is surrounded by a CO 2 -filled fracture. Experiments were performed in an experimental model under different operating pressures to cover both immiscible and miscible conditions. Experiments were conducted using synthetic oil (nC 10 ) and light crude oil in two Berea cores having large...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (10): 75–82.
Paper Number: SPE-141650-PA
Published: 01 October 2010
...S. Chen; H. Li; D. Yang; P. Tontiwachwuthikul Summary A pragmatic method has been developed to efficiently design the production-injection parameters to optimize the water-alternating-gas (WAG) performance in a field-scale CO 2 -miscible flooding project. The net present value (NPV) is selected as...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (10): 37–44.
Paper Number: SPE-142004-PA
Published: 01 October 2010
...Jose C. Tarco; Karoosh Asghari Summary This paper examines the results obtained from several sets of experimental work conducted on cement deterioration in environments similar to those found in CO 2 injection and storage projects. In order to investigate various changes in macroscopic and...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (09): 22–33.
Paper Number: SPE-140662-PA
Published: 01 September 2010
... primary production followed by six solvent (28% C 3 H 8 - 72% CO 2 ) injection cycles. Oil recovery after primary production and six solvent cycles was 50%, which indicates the potential viability of the CSI process. Concurrently with the laboratory physical simulation, a numerical simulation model was...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (08): 23–31.
Paper Number: SPE-139771-PA
Published: 05 August 2010
...Maria A. Barrufet; Alexandre Bacquet; Gioia Falcone Summary Among the three types of geological CO 2 sequestration (mature oil and gas fields, unminable coalbeds and deep saline formations), depleted gas condensate reservoirs are particularly interesting. First, because of the high-compressibility...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (08): 9–14.
Paper Number: SPE-138399-PA
Published: 05 August 2010
...Liang Zhang; Baolun Niu; Shaoran Ren; Yin Zhang; Ping Yi; Honggang Mi; Yongxin Ma Summary DF1-1 gas field is located in the west of the South China Sea, which is associated with high concentration of CO 2 . Currently CO 2 separated from the natural gas stream is emitted into the atmosphere. In this...
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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (08): 33–42.
Paper Number: SPE-139840-PA
Published: 05 August 2010
... operational and post-operation liability is concerned. Among the numerous advantages of the charcoal approach is its easier reversibility, both in terms of liability and costs. Although implementation of this approach at a scale where it can make a significant impact on global CO 2 concentration needs to be...

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