Loading

49 Hybrid IOR/EOR and Polymer Applications

Wednesday, 5 October
371 A-C
Technical Session
This session is designed to share knowledge to improve mobility control and sweep efficiency by using various chemical additives such as surfactants, polymers, and particle gels, some of which deal with emulsified and foamed mixtures during the process.
Session Chairperson(s)
Ali Abedini - Interface Fluidics Limited
Seung Kam - Louisiana State University
Sarath Ketineni - Chevron Technology Ventures
  • 0830-0855 210182
    Successful Co2-foam Field Implementation For Improving Oil Sweep Efficiency In EVGSAU Field At Permian Basin: Expansion Phase
    A. Hassanzadeh, A. Katiyar, Dow; M. Kalaei, D. Pecore, E. Schofield, ConocoPhillips; Q.P. Nguyen, The University of Texas At Austin; C. Glichrist, Maverick Natural Resources
  • 0855-0920 210052
    Experimental Study Of Polymer-Alternating-Gas Flood
    J. Pang, K.K. Mohanty, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 0920-0945 210127
    Feasibility Study Of Recrosslinkable Preformed Particle Gels For Natural Gas Injection Profile Control
    A. Al Brahim, Y. Eriyagama, B. Bai, T.P. Schuman, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • 0945-1010 210405
    Microfluidic Study Of Polymer Permeability Reduction Mechanisms
    S. Kenzhekhanov, X. Yin, Colorado School of Mines; I. Gussenov, Satbayev University
  • 1040-1105 209964
    Effect Of Make-up Water Salinity On Polymer Adsorption In Carbonate Reservoirs
    A. Sebastian, M. Mushtaq, E.W. Al Shalabi, W. AlAmeri, Khalifa University; K. Mohanty, The University of Texas at Austin; S. Masalmeh, A. AlSumaiti, ADNOC- Upstream
  • 1105-1130 210120
    New Insights Into Hybrid Low Salinity Polymer (LSP) Flooding Through A Coupled Geochemical-based Modeling Approach
    A.M. Hassan, E.W. Al-Shalabi, W. Al Ameri, Khalifa University of Science and Technology; M.S. Kamal, S. Patil, S. Hussain, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
  • 1130-1155 210005
    Laboratory Study And Field Application Of High Temperature Resistant And Permeable Flooding Nanofluid For Enhanced Spontaneous Imbibition Oil Recovery
    L. Xiao, J. Hou, M. Qu, W. Wang, Y. Wen, T. Liang, W. Wu, China University of Petroleum,Beijing; P. Qi, The University of Texas at Austin; J. Liu, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • Alternate 210240
    Alkali Polymer Flooding Of Viscous Reactive Oil
    R.E. Hincapie, A. Borovina, T. Clemens, OMV Exploration & Production GmbH; M. Lueftenegger, OMV Petrom S.A.; E. Hoffmann, J. Wegner, HOT Microfluidics GmbH; L. Oprescu, OMV Petrom S.A.; M. Tahir, HOT Microfluidics GmbH
  • Alternate 210291
    In-situ Saturation Monitoring During Polymer Injection For Mobility Control In High-Salinity Fractured Carbonate
    S. Ahmed, Khalifa University of science and technology; A. Hanamertani, University of Wyoming; W. Al Ameri, E.W. Al-Shalabi, Khalifa University of Science and Technology; M.R. Hashmet, United Arab Emirates University