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This training course presents the Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery
(CEOR) methods available in the ECLIPSE simulator.
When using CEOR, chemicals such as surfactants, alkaline solutions, and polymers are added to the displacing water. This changes the physicochemical properties of the water and the contacted oil, making the displacement process more effective. The three main approaches are the use of surfactants, alkaline, and polymers.
In surfactant flooding, the interfacial tension between the oil and the displacing water, and the interfacial tension between the oil and the rock interfaces are reduced so that residual oil can be displaced and recovered.
In alkaline flooding, the reaction of the alkaline compounds with the organic acids in the oil forms in situ natural surfactants that lower the oil-water interfacial tension. Polymers are used to increase the viscosity of the displacing water to improve the oil sweep efficiency.
Examples using these different reovery methods are further covered using ECLIPSE.
Enhanced Oil Recovery fundamentals
The day will begin with a quick overview of material of this three day course. Participants will learn about the different Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) processes, the concepts, limitations, and challenges of these processes. This is then followed by the Polymer method.Day 2
Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer (ASP) flooding
On day two of the course participants are taken through the Surfactant flooding and the ASP flooding methods of the CEOR simulation process and workflow, along with examples and problems to help the participants use the knowledge obtained throughout the day.Day 3
On day 3, participants will learn about foam flooding and Low-salinity flooding with examples and exercises using ECLIPSE for a better understanding of the two CEOR methods.
Reservoir and simulation engineers working on enhanced oil recovery studies
Reservoir Engineering background with good knowledge in using ECLIPSE.
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