Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2

R. Mori, Yuichi Sugai, Kyuro Sasaki, K. Fujiwara, T. Nakamura

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Abstract

We investigated the microbial conversion of CO2 into CH 4 in depleted oil reservoirs by the interaction between indigenous oil-degrading hydrogen-producing bacteria and indigenous hydrogenotrophic methanogens that have been found in oil reservoirs universally. In this study, we investigated the influence of crude oil, yeast extract, bicarbonate and CO2 on the growth and gas production of those bacteria through the incubation experiments of isolated strains under reservoir conditions. The yeast extract was estimated to be the most influential factor on the growth and gas production of oil-degrading hydrogen-producing bacteria. Methanogen was unaffected by the crude oil, the yeast extract and bicarbonate, however, both CO2 and H2 are assumed to be the influential factors on it because they are the energy sources of methanogen. In addition, we also investigated their growth kinetics that were needed to construct a numerical simulator of the microbial conversion of CO2 into CH4 in depleted oil reservoirs. The specific growth rate of oil-degrading hydrogen-producing bacteria was increased as the yeast extract concentration increased while that of the methanogen was constant regardless of the yeast extract concentration. These results indicate that the growth of methanogens is unaffected by the yeast extract that is injected into reservoirs to stimulate the growth of ODHPB. The growth yield of HYH-8 and HYH-10 was 5.5×10 10 cells/g-(yeast extract) and 3.5×1011 cells/g-(yeast extract) respectively.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSociety of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012
Pages1080-1084
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2012
EventSPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012: Providing a Bright Future, APOGCE 2012 - Perth, WA, Australia
Duration: Oct 22 2012Oct 24 2012

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NameSociety of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012
Volume2

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OtherSPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012: Providing a Bright Future, APOGCE 2012
CountryAustralia
CityPerth, WA
Period10/22/1210/24/12

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Natural gas deposits
Yeast
Restoration
yeast
Methanogens
natural gas
oil
Bacteria
bacterium
hydrogen
bicarbonate
gas production
Hydrogen
crude oil
Crude oil
Oils
restoration
Growth kinetics
Gases
simulator

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology

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Mori, R., Sugai, Y., Sasaki, K., Fujiwara, K., & Nakamura, T. (2012). Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2. In Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012 (pp. 1080-1084). (Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012; Vol. 2).

Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2. / Mori, R.; Sugai, Yuichi; Sasaki, Kyuro; Fujiwara, K.; Nakamura, T.

Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012. 2012. p. 1080-1084 (Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012; Vol. 2).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mori, R, Sugai, Y, Sasaki, K, Fujiwara, K & Nakamura, T 2012, Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2. in Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012. Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012, vol. 2, pp. 1080-1084, SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012: Providing a Bright Future, APOGCE 2012, Perth, WA, Australia, 10/22/12.
Mori R, Sugai Y, Sasaki K, Fujiwara K, Nakamura T. Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2. In Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012. 2012. p. 1080-1084. (Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012).
Mori, R. ; Sugai, Yuichi ; Sasaki, Kyuro ; Fujiwara, K. ; Nakamura, T. / Experimental and numerical studies on the microbial restoration of natural gas deposits in depleted oil reservoirs storing CO2. Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012. 2012. pp. 1080-1084 (Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2012, APOGCE 2012).
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