Advances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights)

 

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This study talks about the advances in enhanced oil recovery technologies

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Advances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyKey Research FindingsOverview of EOR TechnologiesResearch HighlightsAdvances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Global Warming and Increasing Demand for Oil; Major Drivers for Larger Interest of CO2Tendency to Capture and Store CO2; Seen as a Solution for the Decrease of CO2 Overview of CO2 Capture TechniquesCombustion TechnologiesPotential of the CCS/StoragePotential Impact of CCS on Reduction of CO2 EmissionsSearch for More Oil; Overview of the Oil Supply IssuesOverview of the Recent Developments in the Oil IndustryMain Factors Affecting the Ability of the Industry to Respond to DemandConsequences of the Oil Companies’ StrategiesAdvances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Potential for the Improvement of Oil RecoveryPotential to Recover 100% of OilPotential Recovery RateTechnical BarriersEconomic BarriersInstitutional and Regulatory BarriersOverview and Assessment of Different EOR TechniquesThree Groups of EOR MethodsGas Injection MethodsChemical Polymer Flooding and Thermal MethodsSelecting an EOR MethodTechnical Screening GuideCharacteristics and Advantages of CO2 Flooding over Other EOR MethodsMechanism DescriptionAdvantages of CO2 FloodingAdvances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Evaluation of the Potential of CO2 Injection in EOR OperationsPrice as One of the Key Drivers for the Economical Feasibility of CO2 in EOR OperationsEconomics of EOR projectsEconomically Recoverable Oil Resources with CO2 FloodingMajor Factors for Successful CO2 FloodingConditions Required for CO2 FloodingPossibilities to Improve Sweep EfficiencyAnalysis of the Research and Development Trends Assessment of Developments in CompaniesApparatus to Improve Oil RecoveryDevice for Improving Oil and Gas RecoveryTime-Lapse Seismic Modeling and Inversion of CO2 Saturation for Sequestration EOR OperationsAnalysis of Developments in UniversitiesAltering Reservoir Wettability to Improve Production from Single WellsLow-Salinity Waterflooding--A New Enhanced Oil Recovery TechniqueMicroholes and Seismic Sensors in Support of CO2 EORGreater Potential of Microbial Enhanced Oil RecoveryMultifunctional Cheap Carbon FilterAdvances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsCorporationsResearch Centers and Government AgenciesAdvances in Carbon Dioxide Injection Technologies (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase tablesCrude Oil Production--World (2002 to 2012)Total Electricity Generation--World (2004 to 2014)Total Electricity Consumption--World (2002 to 2012)Total Electricity Installed Capacity--World (2004 to 2014)




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