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AL HOTY ANALYTICAL SERVICES (AAS) is a Bahraini company formed in 1982 under the commercial registration no. 12392-2 with Mr. Mohamed Taqi Murad as a sole proprietor. It is also registered with the Ministry of Works – committee for organizing engineering professional practice under license no. EPP/BN/57.
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Three distinct phases define the process of oil production and recovery. Primary oil recovery is limited to hydrocarbons that rise to the surface naturally or those that utilize artificial lift devices, such as pump jacks. Secondary recovery makes use of water and gas injection, displacing the oil and driving it to the surface. Tertiary recovery method enables a further increase in oil production by changing the make-up of the reservoir and this phase is commonly referred to as EOR.
Primary Surfactants, Co- Surfactants and Co-Solvents are employed for enhanced recovery of oil.
Employed as a method of tertiary recovery, Carbon Dioxide EOR has gained immense popularity over time. In this process, compressed carbon dioxide is injected into the oil reservoir. Earlier, naturally occurring CO2 deposits were used but with time, technology has made it possible to inject CO2 formed as byproducts of industrial deposits.
The predominant application of EOR is onshore. However, technology is being developed to extend the reach of EOR applications offshore.
To mention a few, critical environmental impacts of EOR are- land and surface water pollution owing to oil and chemical spill and leakages, loss of flora and fauna, degradation of surface-water quality due to excessive erosion and sedimentation, and groundwater contamination.
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There are three primary kinds of EOR- Chemical Flooding, Gas Injection and Thermal Recovery.
No. It is important to consider the economics of the development equation while employing EOR. Producers do not use EOR on all wells and reservoirs as it increases the cost of development alongside the hydrocarbons brought to the surface. Prior evaluation is extremely important to determine the suitability of a type of EOR for any particular reservoir. The evaluation process consists of the characterization of reservoir, screening, scoping reservoir modeling and simulation.
Low-salinity water flooding and Well-stimulation are widely gaining acceptance. The former is expected to enhance production by approx 20%, and the latter is comparatively a low-cost solution as it can be employed to single wells and not necessarily the whole reservoir.
The offshore landscape is presently experiencing challenges in the application of EOR such as, the development economics; the weight, space and power limitations of retrofitting existing offshore facilities; and fewer wells that are more widely spaced contributing to displacement, sweep and lag time.