|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 5601|
|Contributions||Nabors, W., Caspero, N., Pasini, J.|
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The following are some of the Factors which may lead to the Waterflooding to be Success for the Oil recovery about 10% - 40% of the Original Oil in Place (OO. Introduction Water flooding has been widely used in the industry since as a secondary recovery technique to improve recovery from oil reservoirs. This course will highlight some basics (Wettability, Capillarity, Buckley Leverette & frontal advance theories) and practical applications [ ]. Pembina Cardium Reservoir Properties •Discovered in the ’s, first oil in •Clastic play in muddy/silt/sandy shore-face shelf, •O wells drilled to date •OOIP>8 billion bbl •17% Recovery Factor to date from primary and waterflood, •Abundant cores and multiple vintage log suites Property Value Porosity 12% Water saturation 11%. Water-floods are a method of secondary recovery in which water is injected into the reservoir formation to dis-place residual oil. Waterflooding has increased oil production from Nimr-C field in southern Oman sixfold in 4 years, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) reported. The field produ b/d in compared with 2, b/d in
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Oil Recovery during Spontaneous Imbibitions”, presented at 11th International Symposium on Reservoir Wettability Calgary, AB, Canada, September •Loahardjo, N.: “Mechanism of Improved Oil Recovery by Sequential Waterflooding” Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Graduate seminar, Nov. 8, The Rock Creek oil field was selected for this study because very large volumes of oil remained in place and secondary recovery by waterflooding had proved to be ineffective. Pennzoil E&P Co., which owns and operates the leases, responded to' ERDA's request for proposals by suggesting a government/industry, cost-sharing field test of CO2 flooding. (7) Approximately one half of the secondary recovery oil (primary recovery oil left at time of flood plus increase in recovery) will be recovered prior t o reaching peak production. (8) Incremental recovery due t o waterflooding is equal to the . Waterflooding is a common technique for secondary oil recovery in conventional oil reservoirs. In heavy oil systems, the extremely high oil viscosities lead to adverse mobility ratio conditions, thus water will tend to "finger" through the oil, and recoveries are expected to be extremely low 3,4.