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"Oil Recovery Enhanced and Improved Innovations: New Advances" ed. by Mansoor Zoveidavianpoor

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"Oil Recovery Enhanced and Improved Innovations: New Advances" ed. by Mansoor Zoveidavianpoor

"Oil Recovery Enhanced and Improved Innovations: New Advances" ed. by Mansoor Zoveidavianpoor
ITexLi | 2024 | ISBN: 0854661964 9780854661961 0854661972 9780854661978 0854661980 9780854661985 | 180 pages | PDF | 19 MB

This book navigates the evolving landscape of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and Improved Oil Recovery (IOR), covering diverse topics such as lithological dynamics in CO2-EOR, the impact of asphaltene precipitation in WAG implementation, progress in CO2-EOR and storage technology, in situ foam generation for unconventional fractured reservoirs, electromagnetic radiation effects on heavy oil upgrading, advancements in hydraulic fracturing, in situ synthesis of nanoparticles, and operational insights in the Bakken Shale.

Practical Geophysical Technology and Application for Lithological Reservoirs

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Practical Geophysical Technology and Application for Lithological Reservoirs

Huandi Wang, "Practical Geophysical Technology and Application for Lithological Reservoirs "
English | ISBN: 9811641994 | 2021 | 124 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Dams and Reservoirs in Evaporites (Repost)

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Dams and Reservoirs in Evaporites (Repost)

Dams and Reservoirs in Evaporites by Petar Milanović
English | EPUB | 2019 | 157 Pages | ISBN : 3030185206 | 224.8 MB

This book shares essential insights on evaporites and their effects on dams and reservoirs. The intensity of the solution and suffusion process in evaporites (gypsum and salt) is much greater than the solution of carbonates, and evaporites are particularly vulnerable at dam and reservoir sites.