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EOR Technologies


As per available reports about, conference proceedings, 15 National symposiums and 400 articles are being published on fields related to EOR technology

Crude oil development and production in U.S. oil reservoirs can include up to three distinct phases: primary, secondary, and tertiary (or enhanced) recovery. During primary recovery, the natural pressure of the reservoir or gravity drive oil into the wellbore, combined with artificial lift techniques (such as pumps) which bring the oil to the surface. But only about 10 percent of a reservoir's original oil in place is typically produced during primary recovery. Secondary recovery techniques extend a field's productive life generally by injecting water or gas to displace oil and drive it to a production wellbore, resulting in the recovery of 20 to 40 percent of the original oil in place. Topics like Mineral oil,  solvents, heating oil, lubricating oil, vegetable oil are of interest

Scope and importance:

With much of the easy-to-produce oil already recovered from U.S. oil fields, producers have attempted several tertiary, or enhanced oil recovery (EOR), techniques that offer prospects for ultimately producing 30 to 60 percent, or more, of the reservoir's original oil in place. Three major categories of EOR have been found to be commercially successful to varying degrees. Thermal recovery, which involves the introduction of heat such as the injection of steam to lower the viscosity, or thin, the heavy viscous oil, and improve its ability to flow through the reservoir. Thermal techniques account for over 40 percent of U.S. EOR production, primarily in California. Gas injection, which uses gases such as natural gas, nitrogen, or carbon dioxide (CO2) that expand in a reservoir to push additional oil to a production wellbore, or other gases that dissolve in the oil to lower its viscosity and improves its flow rate. Gas injection accounts for nearly 60 percent of EOR production in the United States. Chemical injection, which can involve the use of long-chained molecules called polymers to increase the effectiveness of water floods, or the use of detergent-like surfactants to help lower the surface tension that often prevents oil droplets from moving through a reservoir. Chemical techniques account for about one percent of U.S. EOR production. Each of these techniques has been hampered by its relatively high cost and, in some cases, by the unpredictability of its effectiveness.

Market Analysis:

The growing demand for oil, large number of mature wells and increasing imports in Asia-Pacific region is expected to be a major driver for the enhanced oil recovery market. The enhanced oil recovery market is expected to grow 400 Billion at a healthy growth rate of 18.2% between 2014 and 2019. The market for chemical enhanced oil recovery technology is estimated to be one of the fastest growing markets for enhanced oil recovery from 2014 to 2019. The market was segmented on the basis of technology and application in terms of volume. The market segments by technology include thermal, gas, chemical and others. The application segmentation includes market size of onshore and offshore. The report provides a full analysis of key companies and competitive analysis of developments recorded in the industry during the past five years. In the report market drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges of the market are discussed in detail. The leading players in the market such as Nalco Company (U.S.), Praxair Technology, Inc. (U.S.) and Royal Dutch Shell PLC. (The Netherlands) have been profiled in this report to provide an insight of the competitive scenario in the enhanced oil recovery market. Agreements, contracts, joint ventures and partnerships have been one of the key strategies adopted by leading companies to accommodate the fast changing technologies such as thermal, gas and chemical. Companies have also adopted mergers and acquisitions to bridge the existing gaps in their product offerings, the end market requirements, and the geographical constraints. These strategies have been adopted by leading companies to ensure retention of considerable market share within the highly fragmented enhanced oil recovery market.

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Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering Conference
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Biomass Conference
August 01-03, 2016 Birmingham, UK

SPE Workshop in conjunction with OTD: Deepwater EOR
October 15-16,2016, Norway

18th European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery Overcoming the Barriers
April 14-16, 2016, Germany

Relative Association:
Manitoba Association for Resource Recovery Corp. (MARRC)
Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corp. (SARRC)
British Columbia Used Oil Management Association (BCUOMA)
Société de gestion des huiles usagées (SOGHU), Québec

Relative Companies
BP
Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL)
Cenovus Energy Inc
Chevron Corporation
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
ConocoPhillips
Denbury Resources
Devon Energy Corporation

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This page was last updated on 12th Sep, 2015

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