Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Related Technologies by Ying Wu, John J. Carroll, Zhimin Du

By Ying Wu, John J. Carroll, Zhimin Du

Carbon dioxide sequestration is a expertise that's being explored to scale back the anthropogenic emission of CO2 into the ambience. Carbon dioxide has been implicated within the international weather switch and decreasing them is a possible solution.The injection of carbon dioxide for superior oil restoration (EOR) has the duel advantage of sequestering the CO2 and lengthening the lifetime of a few older fields. Sequestering CO2 and EOR have many shared components that lead them to comparable.This quantity provides many of the most recent info on those strategies masking actual houses, operations, layout, reservoir engineering, and geochemistry for AGI and the comparable applied sciences.

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PHASE BEHAVIOR OF CHINA RESERVOIR O I L 21 pressures under strata temperature. 0 mol% were prepared. 0 mol%. 0 mol%, there is no significant difference between the gas phase and liquid phase, showing that there may exhibit first contact miscibility condition under the corresponding C 0 2 injected content. The viscosity for C 0 2 injected crude oil decreased apparently with increasing of C 0 2 content. C 0 2 injecting is significant in favor of the decrease of viscosity of Jilin reservoir crude oil.

42, p. 1001-1019, 1938. R. Giri, P. A. Marriott* Alberta Sulphur Research Ltd. Department of Chemistry University of Calgary Calgary, AB, Canada Abstract Designing an acid gas injection scheme requires an accurate knowledge of the density and viscosity of the injected fluid as these properties are used to optimize compression, monitor transportation and model gas mobility in the reservoir. Fit-for-purpose models are developed based on the available literature data, which in some instances are either inaccurate or studied at industrially irrelevant temperatures and pressures.

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