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Paper presented at the SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 18–20, 2004
Paper Number: SPE-86525-MS
... facilities, the PWRI design team must face the problems involved in combining and re-injecting potentially incompatible fluids and/or production chemicals. The Cleeton facilities in the North Sea provide an example of such a PWRI system. These facilities are the hub for the Easington Catchment Area (ECA...
Paper presented at the SPE Formation Damage Control Symposium, February 7–10, 1994
Paper Number: SPE-27348-MS
...Society of Petroleum Engineers SPE 27348 Effect of Incompatibilities Caused by Fluids Filtrates on Formation Properties Sandeep Gharat, J.J. Azar, * and Dale Teeters, U. of Tulsa 'SPE Member Copyright 1994. Society of Petroleum Engineers. Inc. This paper was prepared for presentation at the SPE...
Paper presented at the SPE Symposium on Formation Damage Control, January 29–30, 1976
Paper Number: SPE-5692-MS
... minerals helps determine when and where the chemical might be used most effectively. Recognizing the effect of chemical incompatibility, temperature, and OH-Al concentration on treatment results is essential for optimum job design. INTRODUCTION Several hundred wells in the industry have been treated with...
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