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A World Oil Magazine Supplement
The objective of this supplement to World Oil is to present to the reader the current methods of recovery. In addition, the breadth of the articles gives an indication of the application of different methods to different reservoirs and different oils, thereby emphasizing the need to consider site specificity.
Author Duy Nguyen and Nicholas Sadeghi
Demulsifiers used to treat an emulsion resulting from a CEOR project greatly lowered water content in the oil phase and oil concentration in the water phase. This resulted in much more effective oil/water separation, with the production of dry oil and clean water at a pilot ASP flood.
North America, Production
Author J. C. Hornman, J. Van Popta, C. Didraga and H. Dijkerman
A seismic time-lapse field trial, in a heavy oil field in The Netherlands, has demonstrated that problems with near-surface variations between base and monitor surveys can be overcome by measures taken in acquisition and processing.
Author James G. Speight
High oil prices and declining reserves of light crude are serving as the incentive to extract as much oil from existing reservoirs as possible.
Author Jyun-Syung Tsau
A study in Kansas shows that near-miscible displacement is achievable in old, low-pressure, shallow oil fields, using CO2 injection.
North America, Onshore
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