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Carbonate Rock Wettability - Springer Nature

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Last Updated: 15 February 2022

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The effect of carbonate rock wettability on the performance of low salinity waterflooding: an experimental approach

The consensus is that LSWF does not do well in water-wet carbonate oil reservoirs. The primary research aim was to determine the impact of LSWF on the displacement effectiveness in various wettability environments. In-situ reservoir conditions using seawater as a "base water," carbonate core flooding experiments on rocks with variable wettabilities were carried out on rocks of various wettabilities and rock types were carried out on rocks with different wettabilities. On carbonate rocks, five separate sequential brine floodings were conducted. The optimal low salinity water, according to the system's wettability, is a function of system wettability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13202-021-01309-9

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