Advances in Oil Recovery and Refining Operations

Refining is a process of converting crude oil into usable products. Crude oil is a mixture of hundreds of different types of hydrocarbons with carbon chains of different lengths. These can be separated through refining. The refining technics as follows: Physical separation through crude distillation, Conversion or upgrading of the basic distillation streams, Product treatment to purify and remove contaminants and pollutants, Product blending to create products that comply with market specifications. Cracking: Cracking processes break down heavier hydrocarbon molecules (high boiling point oils) into lighter products such as petrol and diesel, using heat (thermal) or catalysts (catalytic). Enhancing Oil Recovery With Bottom Water Drainage Completion. Field tests with DWS well completions have shown that DWS can control water coning and increase oil production rate.

  • Track 1-1 Advanced Distillation Technology
  • Track 2-2 Optimal Operation and Control of DWC
  • Track 3-3 Bottom Water Drainage Completion
  • Track 4-4 Formulating and Blending
  • Track 5-5 Offshore Oil Spill
  • Track 6-6 Drilling technology

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