Implication of produced water chemistry and formation mineralogy on inhibitor adsorption/desorption in reservoir sandstone and their importance in the correct selection of scale squeeze chemicals

M M Jordan, Kenneth Stuart Sorbie, M Marulier, K Taylor, K Hourston, P Griffin

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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 1997
    EventChemistry in the Oil Industry - Ambleside, United Kingdom
    Duration: 14 Apr 199717 Apr 1997

    Conference

    ConferenceChemistry in the Oil Industry
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityAmbleside
    Period14/04/9717/04/97

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    Jordan, M. M., Sorbie, K. S., Marulier, M., Taylor, K., Hourston, K., & Griffin, P. (1997). Implication of produced water chemistry and formation mineralogy on inhibitor adsorption/desorption in reservoir sandstone and their importance in the correct selection of scale squeeze chemicals. Paper presented at Chemistry in the Oil Industry, Ambleside, United Kingdom.
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    Jordan, MM, Sorbie, KS, Marulier, M, Taylor, K, Hourston, K & Griffin, P 1997, 'Implication of produced water chemistry and formation mineralogy on inhibitor adsorption/desorption in reservoir sandstone and their importance in the correct selection of scale squeeze chemicals', Paper presented at Chemistry in the Oil Industry, Ambleside, United Kingdom, 14/04/97 - 17/04/97.

    Implication of produced water chemistry and formation mineralogy on inhibitor adsorption/desorption in reservoir sandstone and their importance in the correct selection of scale squeeze chemicals. / Jordan, M M; Sorbie, Kenneth Stuart; Marulier, M; Taylor, K; Hourston, K; Griffin, P.

    1997. Paper presented at Chemistry in the Oil Industry, Ambleside, United Kingdom.

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    Jordan MM, Sorbie KS, Marulier M, Taylor K, Hourston K, Griffin P. Implication of produced water chemistry and formation mineralogy on inhibitor adsorption/desorption in reservoir sandstone and their importance in the correct selection of scale squeeze chemicals. 1997. Paper presented at Chemistry in the Oil Industry, Ambleside, United Kingdom.