Study on Oil Displacement Efficiency of Binary Compound Flooding in Heterogeneous Reservoir

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Heterogeneous reservoir characteristics for oilfield, choose HS-1 non-ionic surfactant and polymer formation in binary combination flooding system can significantly improve the rate of production of low permeability reservoir in heterogeneous reservoir. According to the core flooding experiment analyzed longitudinal heterogeneous models, single surfactant and a single polymer and polymer flooding of table binary complex drive effect. Studies show that binary combination flooding recovery effect is best, followed by polymer flooding, minimum of surfactant flooding, in heterogeneous reservoir.

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Fan, Z. , Wang, M. , Jigang, J. and Wang, X. (2015) Study on Oil Displacement Efficiency of Binary Compound Flooding in Heterogeneous Reservoir. Energy and Power Engineering, 7, 571-574. doi: 10.4236/epe.2015.712053.

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