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Nanocolloids for Petroleum Engineering

Fundamentals and Practices

Suleimanov, Baghir / Veliyev, Elchin / Vishnyakov, Vladimir


1. Auflage September 2022
288 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-88959-5
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Nanocolloids for Petroleum Engineering

Enables readers to understand nanocolloids in upstream operations in the oil industry from an applied and theoretical point of view

Nanocolloids for Petroleum Engineering brings together the background, latest advances, and practical and theoretical information about nanocolloids for petroleum engineering in one comprehensive volume. The text is structured in such a way to allow readers to easily distinguish key points and quickly gain the expertise they need to become more effective in their respective disciplines. For practical purposes and to aid in seamless reader comprehension, experiences of service companies, general guidance, and problem solving exercises are included throughout the text.

The highly qualified authors specifically present the subject as petroleum experts and use a niche industry point of view, which means petroleum, reservoir, and drilling engineers will be able to quickly understand and digest the information contained within. Sample topics covered in the work include:
* A brief introduction to and classification of colloid systems, describing the main properties of nanocolloids crucial for practical application in petroleum engineering
* Nanocolloids application in reservoir engineering and development, illustrating reservoir conditions necessary for nanocolloids formation
* Nanocolloid applications in production operations, including the mechanism of nanoscale dispersion phase impact on physical properties of conventional substances utilized in upstream processes
* Nanocolloid application in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and the impact of nanoparticles on conventional displacement agents

Nanocolloids for Petroleum Engineering serves as a comprehensive reference work and standalone guide for petroleum engineers who are interested in gaining knowledge surrounding nanocolloids and harnessing that knowledge to aid in solving a wide variety of conventional challenges in the field.

Nanocolloids for Petroleum Engineering:

Theoretical and Practical Approach

Baghir Suleimanov, Elchin Veliyev, Vladimir Vishnyakov


PART A. Nanocolloids - an overview

Chapter 1. Nanocolloids classification

1.1. What is colloid?

1.2. Colloids classification

1.3. Colloids evaluation

1.4. What is nanocolloid?

Chapter 2. Nanocolloids properties

2.1. Different kind of interactions in nanocolloids

* Van der Waals interactions

* Electrostatic interaction

* Elastic-steric interaction

* Hydrophobic interaction

* Solvation interaction

* Depletion interaction

* Magnetic dipole-dipole interaction

* Osmotic repulsion

2.2. The stability of nanocolloids

2.3. Rheology of nanocolloids

* Effect of nanoparticles interaction on the colloids rheology

* Effect of nanoparticles migration on the colloids rheology

2.4. Surface Tension.Wettability

* Wettability alteration

* Surface tension


PART B. Reservoir Development

Chapter 3. Reservoir conditions for nanocolloids formation

3.1. In-situ formation of nano-gas emulsions

* Stability of the subcritical gas nuclei

3.2. In-situ formation of nanoaerosoles

* Stability of the subcritical liquid nuclei

Chapter 4. Nano-gas emulsions in oil field development

4.1. Hydrodynamics of nano-gas emulsions

* Flow mechanism of gasified Newtonian liquids

* Annular capillary flow scheme

* Slip effect

* Concluding remarks

* Flow of gasified Newtonian liquids in porous media at reservoir conditions

* Fundamental equations

* Apparent permeability

* Steady-state flow

4.2. Hydrodynamics of nano-gas emulsions in heavy oil reservoirs

* Flow mechanism of gasified non-Newtonian liquids

* Annular capillary flow scheme

* Slip effect

* Flow of gasified non-Newtonian liquids in porous media at reservoir conditions

* Capillary flow

* Flow in a homogeneous porous medium

* Flow in a heterogeneous porous medium

* Concluding remarks

4.3. Filed validation of slippage phenomena

4.3.1. Steady state radial flow

* Gasified Newtonian fluid flow

* Gasified non-Newtonian fluid flow

4.3.2. Unsteady state flow

4.3.3. Viscosity anomaly near to phase transition point

* Experimental procedures

* Measurement of live oil viscosity

* Phase behavior of live oil and viscosity anomaly

* Surfactant impact on phase behavior of live oil and viscosity anomaly

* Mechanism of viscosity anomaly

* Mechanism of surfactant influence on phase behavior of live oil and viscosity anomaly

* Concluding remarks

Chapter 5. Nanoaerosoles in gas condensate field development

5.1. Study of the gas condensate flow in porous medium

5.2. Mechanism of the gas condensate mixture flow

* Rheology mechanism of the gas condensate mixture during steady-state flow

a) Annular flow scheme in a porous medium capillary

b) Slippage effect

* Mechanism of porous medium wettability influence on the steady-state flow of the gas condensate

* Mechanism of pressure build-up at the unsteady-state flow of the gas condensate

* Concluding remarks


PART C. Production Operations

Chapter 6. An overview of nanocolloids application in production operations

Chapter 7. Nanosol for well completion

* The influence of the specific surface area and distribution of particles on the cement stone strength

* The influence of nano-SiO2 and nano-TIO2 on the cement stone strength

* Regression equation

* Concluding remarks

Chapter 8. Nano-gas emulsion for sand control

* Fluidization by gasified fluids

* Carbon dioxide gasified water as fluidizing agent

* Natural gas or air gasified water as fluidizing agent

* Chemical additives impact on fluidization process

* Water-air mixtures with surfactant additives as fluidizing agent

* Fluidization by polymer compositions

* Mechanism of observed phenomena

Chapter 9. Vibrowave stimulation impact on nano-gas emulsion flow

* Exact solution

* Approximate solution

* Concluding remarks


PART D. Enhanced Oil Recovery

Chapter 10. An overview of nanocolloids applications for EOR

* Core flooding experiments focused on dispersion phase properties

* Core flooding experiments focused on dispersion medium properties

Chapter 11. Surfactant based nanofluid

* Nanoparticle influence on surface tension in surfactant solution

* Nanoparticles influence on surfactant adsorption process

* Nanoparticles influence on oil wettability

* Nanoparticles influence on optical spectroscopy results

* Nanoparticles influence on rheological properties of the nano-suspension

* Nanoparticles influence on the processes of Newtonian oil displacement in homogeneous and heterogeneous porous medium were tested

* Concluding remarks

Chapter 12. Nanofluids for Deep Fluid Diversion

12.1. Preformed particle nanogels

* Nanogel strength evaluation

* Determination of inflection points

* Kinetic mechanism of gelation

* Core flooding experiments

* Concluding remarks

12.2. Colloidal dispersion nanogels

* Rheology

* Aging effect

* Interfacial tension

* Zeta potential

* Particle size distribution

* Resistance factor / Residual resistance factor

* Concluding remarks

Chapter 13. Nano-gas emulsions as displacement agent

* Oil displacement by Newtonian gasified fluid

* Oil displacement by non-Newtonian gasified fluid

* Mechanism of observed phenomena

* Field application


PART E. Novel Perspective Nanocolloids

Chapter 14. Metal string complex micro&nano fluids

14.1. What is metal string complexes?

14.2. Thermophysical properties of microfluids with Ni3(mu3-ppza)4Cl2 metal string complex

* Microparticles of the MSC Ni3(µ3-ppza)4Cl2

* Ni3-microfluid

* Fluids stability

* Thermal conductivity

* Rheology

* Surface tension

* Freezing points

* Concluding remarks

14.3. Thermophysical properties of microfluids with Ni5(mu5-pppmda)4Cl2 metal string complex

* Microparticles of the metal string complex [Ni5(µ5-pppmda)4Cl2]

* Micro and nanofluids preperation

* Fluids stability

* Thermal conductivity

* Rheology

* Surface tension

* Freezing points

* Concluding remarks


Baghir A. Suleimanov is Deputy Director of the SOCAR "OilGasScientificResearchProject" Institute, Doctor of Technical Sciences and a Corresponding Member of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences.

Elchin F. Veliyev is Deputy Manager of Laboratory of Analytical Research at the SOCAR "OilGasScientificResearchProject" Institute.

Vladimir Vishnyakov is Director of Centre for Engineering Materials at the University of Huddersfield, PhD and a Fellow of Institute of Physics, UK.