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Thermal recovery methods

Philip D. White

Thermal recovery methods

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Published by PennWell Books in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thermal oil recovery.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPhilip D. White, Jon T. Moss.
    ContributionsMoss, Jon T.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN871 .W48 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 361 p. :
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3498848M
    ISBN 100878142142
    LC Control Number82019002

    Recovery for Performance in Sport encompasses the latest scientific research in the study of recovery and draws from the experience of applied sport scientists working with elite athletes in leading performance and recovery centers around the globe. Book Table of Contents Editor Excerpts Reviews Book In today’s competitive sport environment. Covering the spectrum, Speight explains the current methods of recovery for heavy oil and tar sand bitumen technology, broken down by thermal and non-thermal methods. Cyclic Solvent Process (CSP) at Imperial Oil's Cold Lake Project Imperial Oil is proposing an alternative to thermal recovery processes to reduce direct greenhouse gas emissions.


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A large fraction of the free world's oil reserves is obtainable only by the application of thermal enhanced recovery methods. This book provides an introductory overview of the important methods for oil recovery by application of heat.

It describes the more important field tests of these methods and the operational problems by: Introduction to Enhanced Recovery Methods for Heavy Oil and Tar Sands, Second Edition, explores the importance of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and how it has grown in recent years thanks to the increased need to locate unconventional resources such as heavy oil and Thermal recovery methods book.

Unfortunately, petroleum engineers and managers aren't always well-versed. @article{osti_, title = {Thermal methods of oil recovery}, author = {Boberg, T.C}, abstractNote = {Stresses practical applications of thermal recovery, emphasizing process selection.

Thermal recovery methods book Details the reservoir engineering aspects of steamflooding, cyclic steam-injection processes, and forward in.

Common practice in the industry is to refer to all other methods as tertiary enhanced oil recovery. According to Prats, [1] thermal enhanced oil recovery (TEOR) is a family of tertiary processes defined as "any process in which heat is introduced intentionally into a subsurface accumulation of organic compounds for the purpose of recovering.

Thermal recovery methods • Physical and mathematical description of heat and mass transfer in porous media • Heating the reservoir • Hot-water drives • Steam drives • In-situ combustions • Cyclic steam injection and other thermal methods • Heat losses from surface and subsurface lines • Facilities, operational problems and surveillance • Evaluation of reservoirs for thermal.

David Martin, Robert M. Colpitts P.G., in Standard Handbook of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Volume 2, Thermal Recovery. Viscosities of very viscous crude oils can be reduced by the use of thermal recovery methods. Fireflooding or in-situ combustion involves starting a fire in the reservoir and injecting air to sustain the burning of some of the crude oil.

Thermal Recovery Methods [White, Philip D., Moss, Jon T.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thermal Recovery MethodsCited by: Thermal recovery methods book ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Responsibility: Philip D.

White, Jon T. Moss. @article{osti_, title = {Thermal recovery}, author = {Prats, M.}, abstractNote = {This work presents the state of the art in thermal recovery processes. It emphasizes the reservoir aspects of conventional thermal recovery processes - combustion, steam, hot water, and hot gases - and considers in detail and at length the application of these processes to oil reservoirs.

Thermal recovery of oil and bitumen. Roger M. Butler. Prentice Hall, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bitumen Technology & Engineering / Material Science Technology & Engineering / Petroleum Thermal oil.

The book details sources of thermal energy, methods of capture, and applications. It describes the basics of thermal energy, including measuring thermal energy, laws of thermodynamics that govern its use and transformation, modes of thermal energy, conventional processes, devices and materials, and the methods by which it is transferred.

It covers 8 sources of thermal energy: combustion. Enhanced oil recovery (abbreviated EOR), also called tertiary recovery, is the extraction of crude oil from an oil field that cannot be extracted otherwise. EOR can extract 30% to 60% or more of a reservoir's oil, compared to 20% to 40% using primary and secondary recovery.

According to the US Department of Energy, there are three primary techniques for EOR: thermal, gas injection, and. The book details sources of thermal energy, methods of capture, and applications.

It describes the basics of thermal energy, including measuring thermal energy, laws of thermodynamics that govern its use and transformation, modes of thermal energy, conventional processes, devices and materials, and the methods by which it is transferred.

Thermal Recovery Methods by Philip D. White,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. An excellent reference for anyone interested in thermal and non-thermal unconventional recovery methods.

This book not only focuses on the production of heavy oils, but goes beyond to emphasize environmental challenges associated with it/10(11). Perhaps no other single subject dominates the oil industry like thermal recovery.

For many of oil fields, particularly where low-to-medium gravity oils are found or where the oil viscosity is unfavourable for conventional EOR methods application, Thermal Recovery.

Of the many thermal recovery methods, steam injection, invented in the s, is the most common. "It's easy to apply and it has been tested," says. A general term for injection processes that introduce heat into a l recovery is used to produce viscous, thick oils with API gravities less than These oils cannot flow unless they are heated and their viscosity is reduced enough to allow flow toward producing wells.

During thermal recovery, crude oil undergoes physical and chemical changes because of the effects of the heat. enhance oil recovery which include thermal and non-thermal methods, along with the projects going on in different parts of the world especially in Canada.

Potential of new technologies is assessed and their comparison with already existing technologies is also the focus of this paper. Better understanding of methods may help in the method File Size: 5MB. Thermal Analysis: methods, principles, applicaon Andrey Tarasov Lecture on Thermal analysis Andrey Tarasov, Thermal analysis, Lecture series.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Récupération assistée du pétrole. Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Without any surprise, thermal EOR projects have been concentrated mostly in Canada, Venezuela and the US. The main idea behind thermal EOR methods is to introduce heat into the reservoir in order to reduce viscosity of the heavy-oil.

Fig. 1 demonstrates oil viscosity as a function of temperature for a typical heavy-oil sample. The book introduces four improved recovery methods—waterflooding, injection, chemical flooding, and thermal recovery. It also provides a nontechnical description of the subsurface processes by which these methods displace oil, and evaluates their development and use.

Thermal recovery Thermal methods raise the temperature of regions of the reservoir to heat the crude oil in the formation and reduce its viscosity and/or vaporise part of the oil and thereby decrease the mobility ratio.

Thermal methods include the injection of hot water, steam or other gas, or by conducting combustion in situ of oil or Size: KB. the significance of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) (thermal EOR) processes, in which the generated heat at the surface or in situ from steam or hot water is injected through the porous media [4].

Book PDF Available. Thermal oil recovery methods. Hot water injection. Steam injection. Recovery methods are highly technological methods as compared with pool. Describes the recovery of heavy oils and bitumen by in situ thermal methods and discusses the technical factors and problems involved.

The book summarizes, in a quantitative manner, techniques used in current petroleum industry practice. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.5/5(2). Thermal recovery using steam injection From OGJ biennial surveys Carbon dioxide miscible recovery 0 MB O / Thermal Gas: includes CO2, Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen, Flue Gas, other Chemical/Polymer 8File Size: 2MB.

(Page 1) Waste heat recovery (WHR) is essential for increasing energy efficiency in the chemical process industries (CPI). Presently, there are many WHR methods and technologies at various stages of implementation in petroleum refineries, petrochemical, chemical and other industry sectors.

Increasing energy costs and environmental concerns provide strong motivation for implementing more. An Overview of Heavy Oil Properties and its Recovery and Transportation Methods Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering Vol.

31, No. 03, pp. -July - September, is that unconventional oils cannot be recovered in their natural state by the exclusive application of. Thermal Methods of Oil Recovery by Thomas C. Boberg,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Thermal Methods of Oil Recovery: Thomas C.

Boberg: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Types of Heat Recovery System Heat recovery systems can come in a variety of forms, but all involve some form of heat exchanger.

This sits in the building, usually in the loft or on the roof, and pipes feed down from it into each room, drawing out the stale air and replacing it with warmed, clean air. Describes the recovery of heavy oils and bitumen by in situ thermal methods and discusses the technical factors and problems involved.

The book summarizes, in a quantitative manner, techniques used in current petroleum industry practice.5/5(2). Review of Thermal Recovery Methods Authors Daniel N.

Dietz (Delft University thermal drive also enhances the driving forces because many reservoir volumes of hot water, steam or air are required to displace one volume of oil. the recovery-efficiency of the heat should also be considered and an overall sweep from the reservoir boundary Author: Daniel N.

Dietz. Oil Recovery in Shale and Tight Reservoirs delivers a current, state-of-the-art resource for engineers trying to manage unconventional hydrocarbon resources. Going beyond the traditional EOR methods, this book helps readers solve key challenges on the proper methods, technologies and options available.

Thermal comfort is the condition of mind that expresses satisfaction with the thermal environment and is assessed by subjective evaluation (ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55). The human body can be viewed as a heat engine where food is the input energy.

The human body will generate excess heat into the environment, so the body can continue to operate. Book Description.

The book details sources of thermal energy, methods of capture, and applications. It describes the basics of thermal energy, including measuring thermal energy, laws of thermodynamics that govern its use and transformation, modes of thermal energy, conventional processes, devices and materials, and the methods by which it is transferred.

Thermal-to-work recovery compression (TWRC) is the first of two particular methods explored here, including how superheat is converted into work, which diminishes the compressor work input. In the second method, thermal-to-thermal recovery compression (TTRC), the superheat is converted into useful cooling and/or heating, and added to the cycle.

Thermal EOR Thermal EOR methods are generally applicable to heavy, viscous crudes, and involve the introduction of thermal energy or heat into the reservoir to raise the temperature of the oil and reduce its viscosity. Steam (or hot water) injection and in-situ combustion are.

Various recovery methods have been explored to extract heavy oil from deep reservoirs or oil spills. This chapter summarizes the details of methods, namely nanoparticle technology, carbon dioxide injection, thermal recovery and chemical injection, which include the methodology as well as the : Mohd Afnan Ahmad, Shafirah Samsuri, Nurul Aini Amran.

In Enhanced Recovery Methods for Heavy Oil and Tar Sands, Speight provides the current methods of recovery for heavy oil and tar sand bitumen technology, broken down by thermal and non-thermal methods.

An engineer, graduate student or professional working with heavy oil, upcoming and current, will greatly benefit from this much-needed text.Second half of the book presents a broad (and most importantly ‘practical’) visualization of the key features of modern thermal system components including process safety, pipe flow, waste heat recovery, instrumentation, measurement and control of thermal system.The moment to finish checking out a book Thermal Methods Of Oil Recovery (Exxon Monographs Series), By Thomas C.

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