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Secondary Oil Recovery Possibilities

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Secondary Oil Recovery Possibilities

Cow Run Sand, Burning Springs Pool, Wirt County, W. va.

by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 6460
ContributionsWasson, J., Johnson, H., Boley, D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21741422M

(i) Primary recovery (ii) Secondary recovery (iii) Tertiary recovery (Enhanced Oil Recovery, EOR) (iv) Infill recovery Primary recovery This is the recovery of hydrocarbons from the reservoir using the natural energy of the reservoir as a drive. Secondary recovery This is recovery aided or driven by the injection of water or gas from the surface. Secondary recovery technique The term secondary recovery technique refers to any method for removing oil from a reservoir after all natural recovery methods have been exhausted. The term has slightly different meanings depending on the stage of recovery at which such methods are used. Source for information on Secondary Recovery Technique: Environmental Encyclopedia dictionary.

  During Primary Production, percent of the oil in the reservoir can be recovered by the natural reservoir drive. Other techniques are used to recover some of the remaining oil. Secondary and Tertiary methods of recovery of hydrocarbons are used for maximum extraction of hydrocarbons from the reservoir. A study of secondary recovery possibilities of the Nowata-Claggett field, Nowata county, Oklahoma Open-File Report By: I. William Fox.

The principal tertiary recovery techniques used are thermal methods, gas injection and chemical flooding. The term is sometimes used as a synonym for enhanced oil recovery (EOR), but because EOR methods today may be applied at any stage of reservoir development, the term tertiary recovery is less commonly used than in the past. primary and secondary. primary oil recovery. drill well, pump out oil that flows by well. secondary oil recovery. inject water into nearby well to force oil into well. oil processing- fractional distillation. Refinery: heat crude oil, lowest boiling point components are collected first, limited refineries in the world (affects supplies- affects.


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Va. [James A Wasson; Harry R Johnson; Dean W Boley; United States. Bureau of Mines.]. Tables, charts, graphs. ; A discussion of the various methods of secondary and tertiary oil recovery processes: Waterflooding, Gas Injection, Miscible Fluid Displacement, Microemulsion Flooding, In Situ Combustion, Steam Injection.

" (21 cm) tall; pages. Seller Inventory # Mechanics of Secondary Oil Recovery by Charles R. Smith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Written for the two-semester courses on enhanced oil recovery, this book is valuable to graduate students in all areas dealing with flow in permeable media.

It is the only current book on the subject written by a professor. With domestic oil reserves dwindling, the nation's energy needs will require more extraction from known by: This book will aid the engineer in field evaluation and selection of the best EOR technology for a given oilfield.

Even the emerging technology of microbial applications to enhance oil recovery are reviewed and explained in terms that are easily understood by field book is presented in a manner suitable for graduate studies/5(2).

The Hogshooter field, located in east central Washington County, Oklahoma, was first developed during the period to The field was extended later during the period to The principal producing horizon is the Bartlesville sand, found at an average depth of 1, feet.

To January 1,the Bartlesville sand has produced 7, barrels of oil from 5, productive acres. Secondary oil recovery uses various techniques to aid in recovering oil from depleted or LP reservoirs. Other secondary recovery techniques increase the reservoir pressure by water injection, natural gas reinjection and gas lift, which injects air, carbon dioxide or some other nonreactive gas into the reservoir.

Secondary oil recovery uses various techniques to aid in recovering oil from depleted or low-pressure reservoirs. Sometimes pumps, such as beam pumps and electrical submersible ones, are used to bring the oil to the surface.

Other secondary recovery techniques increase the reservoir's pressure by water injection, natural gas reinjection, and gas lift, which inject air, carbon dioxide, or some other gas into. Part II gives the description of the most developed and effective oil recovery methods. The presented classes of methods include hydro-dynamic, thermal, physic-chemical, gas and microbiological ones.

Secondary oil-recovery possibilities in the basal Greenbrier dolomite zone, Sycamore-Millstone Field, Sherman District, Calhoun County, W.

Va (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James A Wasson; United States. Bureau of Mines. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Enhanced oil recovery Secondary recovery of oil Technology & Engineering / General Technology &. Enhanced oil recovery: an analysis of the potential for enhanced oil recovery from known fields in the United States, to Book For this study, enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is considered in a narrow sense and is defined as: the additional recovery of oil from a petroleum reservoir over that which can be economically recovered by.

The secondary recovery stage reaches its limit when the injected fluid (water or gas) is produced in considerable amounts from the production wells and the production is no longer economical.

The successive use of primary recovery and secondary recovery in an oil reservoir produces about 15% to 40% of the original oil in place.

Figure 1 shows these in terms of oil recovery, as defined by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)1,2. Primary and secondary recovery (conventional recovery) targets mobile oil in the reservoir and tertiary recovery or EOR targets immobile oil (that oil.

Secondary-recovery possibilities of the western part of the Delaware-Childers field, Nowata County, Oklahoma Technical Report Fox, I W ; Ginter, R L ; Alden, G P Secondary-recovery practices and oil reserves in the eastern part of the Delaware-Childers Field, Nowata County, Okla.

What is Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). Over time, as oil is extracted from underground reservoirs, these reservoirs lose pressure, making it more and more difficult to extract the remaining oil in the reservoir.

One way to counteract this decrease in pressure is to inject a fluid -- commonly CO2 -- into the oil reservoir to. By: Nsulangi, P.T ([email protected]) This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Secondary Oil Recovery This method involves the injection of gas or water, which will displace the oil, force it to move from its resting place and bring it to the surface.

This is typically successful in targeting an additional 30% of the oil’s reserves, though the figure could be more or less depending on the oil and of the rock surrounding it. A method for predicting waterflood oil recovery was reported by H. Dykstra and R. Parsons in It is now generally known as the Dykstra-Parsons method and is widely used by petroleum engineers.

The method is semiempirical and consists of a correlation of four fundamental by:. Primary,Secondary, and EOR Oil Recovery Oil Technology Group. Loading Unsubscribe from Oil Technology Group? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Pressure is Key to Production.

Secondary oil recovery is employed when the pressure inside the well drops to levels that make primary recovery no longer viable. Pressure is the key to collecting oil from the natural underground rock formations in which it : Lance Looper.Primary recovery is completed and secondary recovery starts when the pressure of th e oil (natural or mech anically in creased) becomes too low to be econo mically v iable.