CSPG Short Course on CT & NMR
(Calgary, AB) - Friday March 9, 2018 - Dr. Jonathan Bryan will be teaching a Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (CSPG) Short Course on May 1, 2018. Check out the details below. CSPG SHORT COURSE: Using Computer [...]
In Hydraulic Fracturing why use a high capillary number? Why decrease Surface Tension?
Prachi Asks PERM: Hello, In hydraulic fracturing why it is preferable to use high capillary number in oil recovery system? Why it is preferable to decrease surface tension rather than increase in velocity? Thank you, [...]
Dean Stark Analysis Question Regarding Fluids Collected
Jeremie Asks PERM: Hello, I have one question regarding the Dean Stark Analysis for my oil sands core. After the analysis, can I get the clean sand, and the oil and the water, so I [...]
What rock core size and flow rate should I use for a flow experiment?
Michael Asks PERM: Hello, I have 2 questions: I have chosen to quarry and core my rock samples to a dimension of 10inches in length and 1.5inches in diameter for my flow experiment. But many [...]
Correlations for Viscosity of Heavy Oil?
Yordi Asks PERM: Hello, In this moment we have many problems with properties of fluid because the oils have high viscosity (4000 to 10000 cP at Temperature of reservoir). All equations of viscosity have two [...]
Relative Permeability Curves for Nanofluids?
Fahad Asks PERM: Hello, Thanks for your assistance, my question is, how can we generate a relative permeability curve during laboratory core flooding tests. Suppose I want to see the effect of nanofluids in altering [...]