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Laboratory Study of 'Super' Surfactants as Candidates in Surfactant FloodingNormal access

Authors: I. Lakatos, J. Tóth, Z. Bedö, J. Lakatos-Szabó, M. Hlatki, S. Puskás, P.D. Berger and C. Lee
Event name: IOR 2005 - 13th European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery
Session: Emerging Technologies for Hydrocarbon Recovery
Publication date: 25 April 2005
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
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Summary:
C28 Laboratory Study of “Super” Surfactants as Candidates in Surfactant Flooding Abstract 1 Extensive application of IOR/EOR methods represent a focus in rejuvenation strategy of matured oil fields operated by the Hungary Oil and Gas Plc. Among others the SAP and SA+P methods as mainstays may significantly contribute to improvement of both the sweep and displacement efficiency. Therefore the fundamental point of the laboratory experiments was the screening of newly developed “super” surfactants. The detailed study comprised the determination of surface and interfacial tension CMC bulk and interfacial rheological properties transmission and backscattering photon correlation analysis of micelle properties and


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