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Stalkup, F. I. (1983) Miscible Displacement. Society of Petroleum Engineers Richardson Meeting.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Analysis of the Law of Organic Solid Phase Precipitation and Deposition during Carbon Dioxide Displacement Process

    AUTHORS: Peng Yu

    KEYWORDS: Organic Solid Phase, Precipitaion and Deposition, Carbon Dioxide Displacement, Blockage, Near Minimum Miscibility Pressure

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.7 No.1, January 30, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) has been regarded as an indispensable, strategic and pressing technology to reduce anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions, and mitigate the severe consequences of climate change. Its utilization and storage play important roles in this system and they can be applied for oceanic and underground geological sequestration especially for the oil gas reservoir that needs to improve recovery. For the carbon dioxide flooding process, the crude oil displacement generally shows a better performance with the increase of the pressure. However, carbon disposal is always complex. It could encounter organic solid phase precipitation and deposition in near miscibility environment. The law of multiphase and multicomponent diversification in the whole processes is still poorly understood. We thus used the method of slim tube to get dynamic data during the process. Indeed, the interval of near minimum miscibility pressure was determined. Analysis results of injectivity index and productivity index show that the reservoir blockage primarily appears as the displacement pressure is higher than the near minimum miscibility lower limit pressure and plays an important role in the production capacity. Extortionate or low pressure is not conducive to carbon dioxide displacement.