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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 17–19, 2008
Paper Number: PETSOC-2008-180
... a combination of complex processes, each contributing to the overall recovery. These processes include: flue gas sweeping, field re-pressurization, oil swelling, viscosity reduction, stripping of the lighter components of the oil, and thermal effects. Early production during the HPAI process is related to re...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 17–19, 2008
Paper Number: PETSOC-2008-021
... enhanced recovery simultaneous injection viscosity oil recovery viscosity reduction mpa flue gas single co 2 co 2 medium oil saturation pressure wag cycle injection immiscible co 2 waterflood upstream oil & gas pvt measurement ioip slug reservoir fluid Abstract...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 17–19, 2008
Paper Number: PETSOC-2008-091
... Pressure Air Injection, (HPAI) is an improved oil recovery process in which compressed air is injected into typically deep, light oil reservoirs. Part of the oil reacts exothermically with the oxygen in the air to produce flue gas (mainly composed of nitrogen, carbon dioxide and water). Literature...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 12–14, 2007
Paper Number: PETSOC-2007-124
... gas recovery displacement co 2 recovery breakthrough cushion gas nitrogen core sample investigation upstream oil & gas gas reservoir injection flue gas irreducible brine saturation methane storage displacement test saturation reservoir efficiency enhanced recovery...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 13–15, 2006
Paper Number: PETSOC-2006-014
... Abstract As heavy oil begins to overtake conventional oil in western Canada's energy supply, it becomes increasingly urgent to address the greater technical challenges posed by enhanced heavy oil recovery. This study investigates the technical feasibility of using CO 2 and enriched flue gas...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 13–15, 2006
Paper Number: PETSOC-2006-068
... Abstract It has been speculated that oil recovery by High-Pressure Air Injection (HPAI) is mainly attributable to in situ generated flue gas displacement. Several published field scale simulations have been based on this assumption, focusing on the compositional modeling of flue gas/oil...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 7–9, 2005
Paper Number: PETSOC-2005-246
... enrichment displacement flue gas coreflood pvt measurement co 2 concentration enhanced recovery gas injection method viscosity mole fraction simulator fluid dynamics enriched flue gas mpa 0 flow in porous media transition zone fraction oil recovery upstream oil & gas...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 11–13, 2002
Paper Number: PETSOC-2002-236
... to calculate the gas production characteristics for three cases; (a) original cap gas at virgin pressure: (b) cap gas replaced at the same pressure with carbon dioxide; and (c) cap gas replaced with flue gas from the steam generator. Comparison of the three cases shows that case (b) and (c) are accompanied...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 11–13, 2002
Paper Number: PETSOC-2002-301
... better than initially expected. Based on the success of this NCG-steam wind-down strategy, a four month flue gas injection test was conducted in 2001 to investigate the possibility of using the more cost effective flue gas than the natural gas as an injectant. This paper summarizes the rationales...
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Paper presented at the Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 12–14, 2001
Paper Number: PETSOC-2001-019
.... The flue gas displacements were carried out on recombined reservoir oil in a slim-tube apparatus at reservoir temperature of 116 °C and pressures ranging from 4028 psi (27.77 MPa) to 6680 psi (46.06 MPa). Results show that miscibility could not be achieved between the test oil and flue gases under...

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