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The articles in our library are excellent resources for all who have an interest in wettability and how its application can help our industry.
Paulina Mwangia Patrick V.Bradyb Mileva Radonjica Geoffrey Thyne Abstract This paper examines the role of crude oil’s organic acid surface active compounds (SAC) in determining the reservoir wettability over
Effect of the Temperature on Wettability and Optimum Wetting Conditions for Maximum Oil Recovery in a Carbonate Reservoir System
M. Adeel Sohal Geoffrey Thyne Erik G. Søgaard Abstract The additional oil recovery from fractured and oil-wet carbonates by ionically modified water is principally based
Study of Ionically Modified Water Performance in the Carbonate Reservoir System by Multivariate Data Analysis
M. Adeel Sohal Sergey Kucheryavskiy Geoffrey Thyne Erik G. Søgaard Abstract Adjustment of the ionic composition and strength of injected or imbibed brine for enhanced
Geoffrey Thyne Patrick Brady Abstract Determination of in situ formation water chemistry is an essential component of reservoir management. This paper details the use of thermodynamic
Patrick V.Brady Charles R.Bryan GeoffreyThyne HuinaLi Abstract We describe here a method for modifying the bulk composition (pH, salinity, hardness) of fracturing fluids and overflushes