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Reservoir Condition Drainage and Imbibition Permeability Displacement Characteristics of Supercritical CO2

Hycal Energy Research Laboratories Ltd. (Hycal) conducted a series of reservoir characterization and core displacement tests on a sample of intergranular Sulphur Point formation core material taken from well 08-13-116-06 W6M (1370.10 m interval) in the Zama field in northwestern Alberta. The objective of the program was to determine the reservoir condition drainage (water saturation decreasing) and imbibition (water saturation increasing) relative permeability displacement characteristics for carbon dioxide and formation brine for the Sulphur Point carbonate formation.

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Last Updated August 29, 2019, 14:15 (EST)
Created August 29, 2019, 14:15 (EST)
Citation Hycal Energy Research Laboratories Ltd., 2007, Study of the reservoir condition drainage and imbibition permeability displacement characteristics of supercritical carbon dioxide in the Zama area, Sulphur Point Formation: Report for Alberta Energy and Utilities Board and Plains CO2 Reduction Partnership, Hycal File no. Q011NE (2007), Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Hycal Energy Research Laboratories Ltd., July 17.
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