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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–20, 1999
Paper Number: PETSOC-99-124
... compressive strength. Finally, a mathematical model is presented The model incorporates both bacterial transport and growth within a porous medium. By introducing a phenomenological relationship between bacterial concentration and porosity, the permeability of the system can be accurately predicted. This...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–20, 1999
Paper Number: PETSOC-99-126
... liquid holdups at the end of each period of foam injection. The liquid removal efficiencies are also compared against cases in which no foam is injected (base-cases). Foam shows excellent liquid removal compared to the base-cases. Results also show that the type and concentration of the surfactants used...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 18–21, 1997
Paper Number: PETSOC-97-169
... upstream oil & gas suspension drilling fluids and materials droplet size flow metering production control two-phase oil water system petroleum society concentration FLOW BEHAVIOUR OF EMULSIONS CONTAINING SMALL AND LARGE DROPLETS R.PAI this article begins on the next page F PETROLEUM SOCIETY...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 15–17, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-146
... meters ws investigated experimentally. A flow loop consiffing of wedge meters and segmental orifice meters of different shapes and sizes was designed and developed. The discharge coefficients were determinedfor various differewly concentrated stable oil-in-water emulsions. The dispersed phase (oil...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 15–17, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-147
... small quantities of NAOH, followed by cooling to 20 C. Droplet size distributions were determined as functions of time, additive concentration, shearing rate, temperature a@ Bitumen concentration. The tests showed that the droplet sizes increased continuously with time until failure or inversion...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 15–17, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-135
... carbonate at 690 m TVD, was proposed to be drilled 550 m laterally 1 . The main objectives of this investigation were: to establish the flammability of mixtures of air, live heavy oil and drilling mud as a function of pressure, and drilling mud ignition concentration live oil de-oxygenated...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 15–17, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-141
... radiation carbon dioxide warming petroleum society weather assessment air emission concentration enhanced greenhouseeffect bad weather fossil fuel greenhouse gas average temperature enhanced greenhouse effect energy conservation infrared radiation global temperature paper review...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 15–17, 1995
Paper Number: PETSOC-95-159
... system. TillS shows that the concentration of carbamate in the reacting system is very low. The overall reaction of CO:: in AMP solutions may be written as: CO2 + RR'NH + H,O RRNH,' + HCO, . (7) Determination of Overall Mass Transfer Coefficient The mass Oux of component A at a steady state can be...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–19, 1993
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-93-28
... -saturated test oils. The effect on the asphaltene flocculation of operating pressure, CO 2 -oil contact time, CO 2 concentration, gas contaminants such as N 2 and CH 4 in CO 2 and the presence of formation brine was investigated for three different oil samples (approximately 29 ° APl) collected from the...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–19, 1993
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-93-42
... been set for surface soils common in the provinces, represent a rather narrow range of allowable concentrations for the fm;t tier or level. As already mentioned, subsoils are likely to give greater concentrations on routine analysis, at least in the prairies. Examination of the periodic table suggesls...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–19, 1993
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-93-02
... diversion of steam was observed. In addition, the effect of suffactant injection strategy on the propagation of foam was studied in Test SSM02. [I was found that after the foam has been fanned, it was more able to propagate away from the injection well by reducing the injected surfactant concentration...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 17–19, 1993
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-93-18
... tile CCME list cannot be deduced from the analyses alone, because the CCME or government approved analytical procedures measure total concentrations, without regard for the chemical form in which an element of interest exists. This chemical speciation, however, can very strongly affect toxicity...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-3
... downstream oil & gas wastewater concentration produced water management and control phenol saskatchewan publication rights crude oil research and development biodegradation petroleum operation generate slime layer upstream oil & gas air phase oil refinery petroleum...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-2
... materials concentration diluent concentration instrument sludy crude oil "SOUND VELOCITY STUDIES OF PIPELINE OILS AS A FUNCTION OF VISCOSITY, DENSITY AND WATER CONTENT" R.E. VERRALL G.A. HEAL K.L. DYER this article begins on the next page F SS92-02 PETROLEUM SOCIETY OF CIM and CANMET PAPER NO 2 THIS...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-1
... non-Newtonian at oil concentration of 50% by weight and above. Turbulent flow pressure drops were between 8 and 26% lower than values predicted from their laminar flow behaviour and the Dodge-Metzner correlation for turbulent non-Newtonian friction losses. Pal and Rhodes(2) used a mineral oil of...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-5
... baseline experiment using steam-only injection with one vertical channel. When the naphtha concentration in steam was increased to 10 wtlolo (0.10 kglkg), thefinal re covery was lower than that for the PETROLEUM SOCIETY OF CIM and CANMET THIS IS A PREPRINT - SUBJECT TO CORRECTION PAPER NO 5 A NOVEL SCALED...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-19
... formulation is used to reduce the oil viscosity. At the same time, the viscosity of the alkaline solution is considerably increased by the addition of thickening agents. In this paper we present a methodology which can be used to screen several alkaline reagents to determine the ope and concentration...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, October 6–8, 1992
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-92-23
... viscous fingering and gravity tonguing was eliminated by means of a carefully selected tracer concentration. Furlhennore the CoalS and Smith capacitance model will be used to match the obtained results. This is obselved in several porous media at sufficiently high U-valuess-6 The constant ratio It...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, September 24–26, 1989
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-89-17
... strategy and the concentration of the foaming agent (surfactant). A "discounted net profit due" to foam injection was maximized. Within the scope of this study, oil recoveries of all steam-foam processes investigated were better than the steam-only baseline process. However, not all foam processes were...
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Paper presented at the Technical Meeting / Petroleum Conference of The South Saskatchewan Section, September 24–26, 1989
Paper Number: PETSOC-SS-89-20
... process. The water phase, being the continuous phase in a water-wet sand medium. is usedto convect the inert or reactive tracers. Discussion of bed capacitance is thuscentred on flow properties of the water as it leaves the injection well andflows to the production we II. Produced concentrations of...

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