What We Are Doing to Improve Offshore Production: EOR in Energy Transition
Monday, 1 May
Technical / Poster Session
Transitioning to a sustainable energy future will require improved performance of EOR projects. We have an opportunity to optimize the deign and execution of EOR projects by incorporating learnings from current work and field implementation. In this session we will lean about chemical applications for oil recovery from the bench to the field a different conditions, how novel technologies can help to better understand physical processes, technical work helping to property quantify aquifer impact on EOR projects, model CO2 for EOR and storage, and improved modeling of foam behavior.
- American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
- Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
1400-1418 32413Experience of Low Salinity Water Flooding in Mumbai High Field - First Offshore Field in India To Implement Enhanced Oil Recovery Technique
1420-1438 32219Experimental Investigation and Modeling of a Nanoparticle-Based Foam: Core Scale Performance for Enhanced Oil Recovery
1440-1458 32365Impact of Reservoir Salinity on Oil Recovery Using Surface-Modified Silica Nanofluid for Offshore Oilfield Applications
1500-1518 32336Optimization of Well Completion Strategy for Double Displacement Process (DDP) and Water Alternating Gas (WAG) Injection in a Dipping Stratified Reservoir
1520-1538 32170Performance Mapping of Multiphase Flow Model - Connecting the Dots From Experimental Data
1540-1558 32314What Is Learned From Polymer Flooding Practices in Offshore Reservoirs?
1600-1618 32161Application of Machine Learning To Predict Shale Wettability