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Volume 101, 2017Sriwijaya International Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (SICEST 2016)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Emerging Concepts in Chemical Process & Energy Engineering|
|Published online||09 March 2017|
Laboratory study of salinity and surfactant concentration effects on oil recovery
1 Department of Petroleum Engineering Faculty of Earth Technology and Energy Trisakti University, 11440 Jakarta, Indonesia
2 Student of Department of Petroleum Engineering Faculty of Earth Technology and Energy Trisakti University, 11440 Jakarta, Indonesia
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This paper perfoms a discussion of the result from two laboratory tests of surfactant injection. The first test is focused on the influence of salinity that varies between 5000 ppm- 9000 ppm with a concentration of 1% surfactant to the value of density, viscosity, interfacial tension, and Recovery Factor. The second test is performing the influence of surfactant concentration that varies between 0.1% - 1% with a value of 5000 ppm salinity to the value of residual oil saturation, density, viscosity, and interfacial tension. The result of the first test shows that along with the increase of salinity levels, the increase in viscosity and density will occured as well. However, variations in salinity does not affect to the value of interfacial tension. Meanwhile, on Recovery Factor testing, the Recovery Factor optimal value of 61.53% was obtained when the salinity levels 6,000 ppm. The result of the second test showed that the addition of surfactant concentration lead to a decrease in the residual oil saturation and interfacial tension, but it may cause an increase in density and viscosity.
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