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Gas Wettability of Reservoir Rock Surfaces with Porous Media compiles critical information on this complex topic, thus helping engineers more successfully face technical field challenges in oil and gas recovery. Combining both theoretical and practical knowledge, this concise reference bridges basic concepts with factors affecting gas wettability, also covering polymer-type gas wetting reversal agents in technical detail and discussing gas wettability’s influence on capillary force, oil-water distribution, and gas wettability’s application in petroleum engineering operations from both domestic and international projects. This book delivers the critical concepts, methods, mechanisms and practical technology needed for today’s complex oil and gas assets.
- Helps readers further develop and improve basic theory on petrophysics and reservoir engineering
- Covers various aspects, like the developmental history of gas wettability and the concept and evaluation of gas wettability of oil and gas reservoir rock surfaces
- Creates a bridge between theoretical knowledge and practical application, with content covering new theories, methodologies and the technologies used in drilling, completion and reservoir engineering
Petroleum engineers and reservoir engineers
Chapter I Concept of Gas Wettability and Research Status
Chapter II Evaluation Methods and Influencing Factors of Gas Wettability
Chapter III Gas-wetting alteration agent and gas wetting alteration mechanism
Chapter IV Effect of gas wettability on the surface properties of rocks
Chapter V Effect of gas wettability on capillaries and oil, gas and water distribution and seepage
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- © Gulf Professional Publishing 2018
- 19th June 2018
- Gulf Professional Publishing
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Dr. Guancheng graduated from Southwest Petroleum University with a Bachelor of Engineering in 1987, and later completed a Master of Engineering in Applied Chemistry from China University of Petroleum in 1993. He also obtained a Doctor of Science in Marine Chemistry from Ocean University of China in 2005. He has been involved in scientific research and teaching petroleum engineering with research interest in reservoir physics, oil-gas field chemistry and reservoir protection. He has been awarded with at least 30 awards including two People’s Republic of China Scientific and Technological Progress Awards.
Level II Professor, College of Petroleum Engineering, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China
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