Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility

Ichhuy Ngo, Falan Srisuriyachai, Yuichi Sugai, Kyuro Sasaki

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Abstract

In this study, effects of surfactant adsorption and desorption on oil production were investigated in laboratory scale by using Sodium Dodecyl Benzene Sulfonate and Berea sandstone. The maximum adsorption-desorption values were measured as 57.7 mg/100g and 47.9 mg/100g of rock, respectively. Based on those measurement results, numerical reservoir simulations were performed with a commercial simulator, STARS, to discuss about effects of the degree of surfactant adsorption reversibility. Reservoir heterogeneity was also taken into consideration by comparing to that of homogenous reservoir. The numerical simulation results showed that the reservoir heterogeneity reduced oil recovery factor by up to 7.4% comparing to homogenous reservoir, but the effects of reversibility of surfactant adsorption on oil recovery are different due to reservoir types.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2017
Event23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017 - Chiba, Japan
Duration: Oct 11 2017Oct 12 2017

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Other23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017
CountryJapan
CityChiba
Period10/11/1710/12/17

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Surface-Active Agents
surfactant
Surface active agents
flooding
adsorption
Adsorption
Oils
Desorption
Recovery
desorption
Sandstone
Benzene
Simulators
oil
Rocks
Sodium
sulfonate
oil production
benzene
simulation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Geology
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Economic Geology
  • Geochemistry and Petrology

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Ngo, I., Srisuriyachai, F., Sugai, Y., & Sasaki, K. (2017). Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility. Paper presented at 23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017, Chiba, Japan.

Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility. / Ngo, Ichhuy; Srisuriyachai, Falan; Sugai, Yuichi; Sasaki, Kyuro.

2017. Paper presented at 23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017, Chiba, Japan.

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Ngo, I, Srisuriyachai, F, Sugai, Y & Sasaki, K 2017, 'Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility' Paper presented at 23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017, Chiba, Japan, 10/11/17 - 10/12/17, .
Ngo I, Srisuriyachai F, Sugai Y, Sasaki K. Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility. 2017. Paper presented at 23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017, Chiba, Japan.
Ngo, Ichhuy ; Srisuriyachai, Falan ; Sugai, Yuichi ; Sasaki, Kyuro. / Study of heterogeneous reservoir effects on surfactant flooding in consideration of surfactant adsorption reversibility. Paper presented at 23rd Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2017, Chiba, Japan.
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