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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 7–9, 1998
Paper Number: PETSOC-98-64
... with and without solvents present. Relaxation times of heavy crude oils and bitumen with and without solvents in unconsolidated sands and with variable connate water saturation. crude oil upstream oil & gas spectrum heavy oil sample characterization kerosene relaxation interaction compound...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 7–10, 1997
Paper Number: PETSOC-97-13
... hydrogenation involving catalysts which are inactivated by sulfur and nitrogen compounds in the feedstock's. Additionally, consumption of hydrogen is high, contributing to costs. The potential exists for microbes to selectively cleave the aromatic rings enzymatically under near-ambient conditions, yielding...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 6–8, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-41
... mccarthy tetrault conclusion rights lease relevant engineering issue ownership degrees celsius petroleum gas rights engineering issue compound recent decision reservoir solution gas conservation explanation specific litigation case legal issue upstream oil & gas OWNERSHIP...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, January 1, 1989
Paper Number: PETSOC-89-40-90
... inhibitors, etc. as well as those added to enhance oil recovery such as polymers and surfactants are also found in produced water. All these organic compounds contribute to an increase in the dissolved total organic carbon (TOC) in produced water. The TOC content of produced water may be as high as 2000 ppm...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 1–4, 1985
Paper Number: PETSOC-85-36-38
..., particularly ferric iron in 15%-28% hydrochloric acid has a very pronounced effect on acid additives containing organically bound oxygen. Some chemical terms describing such compounds are alcohols, polyglycols, sugars, glycol esters, ethers, oxyalkylates (ethylene oxide and propylene oxide treated compounds...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 9–12, 1983
Paper Number: PETSOC-83-34-22
...-organisms. Natural gums, carboxymethylcellulose, liqnosulphonates, tannins, lignins and many other compounds which are added to muds are all found to be susceptible to biodegradation (5). Even the synthetic polymers such as polvacrylamides are not immune to attack (6). There are many vectors for drilling...

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