Oilfield Chemistry

地名:Oilfield Chemistry

笔者:Dai Caili  Zhao Fulin

篇幅:676千字

收盘价:88.00

装帧:线装

版印次:1/1

页码:364

开本:16 

ISBN978-7-5636-6254-8

出版日期:201812

情节简介:

资产书为2018寒暑国家出版基金资助项目,丰厚吸收赵福麟执教等主编出版的网络版《油田化学》的精髓,并融入作者团体多年来积累的增长基础理论研究收获和进步应用技术成果,重组国内外各油田的切实可行支出特点,以及新时期对油田化学品实用、安全、建筑业的要求,其次油气钻井、开采、集输等经过中所涉及油田化学的基本功理论和艺术问题着手,系统且深入地展开阐述,第一围绕油田化学领域中的三次采油理论与艺术之新进展、钻井液和完井液开发技术、油水井处理剂以及油田化学工程面临的题目,介绍生产过程中生存问题的化学本质和消灭这些题材的优质高效的油气田化学品及他作用机理,是一部全面反映国内外油田化学领域先进、成熟的基本功理论和艺术水准的全英文编写。该书不仅可供国内外各油田的科技工作人员参考,也可供各石油学院的原油类专业学生,特别是野外留学生参考。

Oilfield Chemistry由中华石油大学出版社与施普林格翩翩出版集团(Springer Group)合作出版。

  

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Part I Drilling Chemistry

Chapter 1 Clay Minerals

1.1 Basic Structure of Clay Minerals

1.1.1 The Basic Tectonic Units and Basic Tectonic Sheets

1.1.2 The Basic Structure Layer

1.1.3 Concepts Derived from Repeating and Stacking of the Basic Structure Layers

1.2 Clay Minerals

1.2.1 Kaolinite

1.2.2 Montmorillonite

1.2.3 Illite

1.2.4 Chlorite

1.2. 5 Palygorskite and Sepiolite

1.2. 6 Mixed Crystal-Layered Clay Mineral

1.3 Properties of Clay Minerals

1.3.1 Electrical Property

1.3.2 Adsorptivity

1.3.3 Expansibility

1.3.4 Cohesion

References

Chapter 2 Drilling Fluid Chemistry

2.1 Functions and Compositions of the Drilling Fluid

2.1.1 Functions of the Drilling Fluid

2.1 2 Compositions of Drilling Fluid

2.2 The Density of Drilling Fluid and Its Adjustment

2.3 The Acid-Base Property of Drilling Fluid and Its Control

2.4 The Filtration Property of Drilling Fluid and Its Control

2.4.1 The Filtration Property of Drilling Fluid

2.4.2 Control of the Filtration Property of Drilling Fluid

2.5 The Rheological Property of Drilling Fluid and Its Adjustment

2.5.1 Basic Concept

2.5.2 Rheological Models of Drilling Fluid

2.5.3 Modification of the Rheological Properties of Drilling Fluid

2.6 The Solid Phase and Its Content Control in Drilling Fluid

2.6.1 Solid Phase in Drilling Fluid

2.6.2 Control Method for Solid Content in Drilling Fluid

2.6.3 Drilling Fluid Flocculant

2.7 The Lubricity of Drilling Fluid and Its Improvement

2.7.1 Drilling Fluid Lubricity

2.7.2 Improvement of Drilling Fluid Lubrication

2.8 The Borehole Wall Stability and Its Control

2.8.1 Borehole Wall Stability

2.8.2 Control Method for Borehole Wall Stability

2.8.3 Shale Inhibitor

2.9 The Sticking and Stuck-Freeing of Drilling Tool

2.10 The Leakage of Drilling Fluid and the Plugging of Adsorbent Formation

2.10.1 The Leakage of Drilling Fluid

2.10.2 The Plugging of Leakage Formation

2.11 Drilling Fluid System

2.11. 1 Water-Base Drilling Fluid

2.11.2 Oil-Base Drilling Fluid

2.11.3 Gas Drilling Fluid

References

Chapter 3 Cement Slurry Chemistry

3.1 Function and Composition of Cement Slurry

3.1.1 Function of Cement Slurry

3.1.2 Composition of Cement Slurry

3.2 The Density of Cement Slurry and Its Adjustment

3.2.1 Density-Reducing Admixture for Cement Slurry

3.2.2 Density-Increasing Admixture for Cement Slurry

3.3 The Thickening of Cement Slurry and the Adjustment of Thickening Time

3.3.1 The Thickening of Cement Slurry

3.3.2 Adjustment of Cement Thickening Time

3.4 The Rheological Property of Cement Slurry and Its Adjustment

3.4.1 The Rheological Property of Cement Slurry

3.4.2 Adjustment of the Rheological Property of Cement Slurry

3.5 The Filtration Property of Cement Slurry and Its Control

3.5.1 The Filtration Property of Cement Slurry

3.5.2 The Control of the Filtrate Volume of Cement Slurry

3.6 Gas Channeling and Its Control

3.6.1 Hemihydrate Gypsum

3.6.2 Aluminum Powder

3.6.3 Magnesium Oxide

3.7 The Leakage of Cement Slurry and Its Treatment

3.8 Cement Slurry System

3.8.1 Conventional Cement Slurry

3.8.2 Special Cement Slurry

References

Part Oil Production Chemistry

Chapter 4 Chemical Flooding and Miscible Flooding

4.1 Polymer Flooding

4.1.1 Definition of Polymer Flooding

4.1.2 Polymers Used in Polymer Flooding

4.1.3 Thickening Ability of Polymer to Water

4.1.4 Viscoelasticity of Polymer Solution

4.1.5 Retention of Polymer Molecules in Porous Media

4.1.6 Salt Sensitivity Effect of Polymer

4.1.7 Enhanced Oil Recovery Mechanisms of Polymer Flooding

4.1.8 Field Tests of Polymer Flooding

4.2 Surfactant Flooding

4.2.1 Definition of Surfactant Flooding

4.2.2 Surfactants Used in Surfactant Flooding

4.2.3 Active Water Flooding

4.2.4 Micellar Solution Flooding

4.2.5 Microemulsion Flooding

4.2.6 Foam Flooding

4.3 Alkaline Flooding

4.3.1 Definition of Alkaline Flooding

4.3.2 Alkalis Used in Alkaline Flooding

4.3.3 Reaction of Petroleum Acids and Alkalis

4.3.4 Comparison of Alkaline Flooding and Water Flooding

4.3.5 The Enhanced Oil Recovery Mechanism of Alkaline Flooding

4.4 Combination Flooding

4.4.1 Concept of Combination Flooding

4.4.2 Comparison of the Oil Displacement Effects of Some Floodings

4.4.3 Synergistic Effect Among the Displacement Components in Combination Flooding

4.4.4 Field Test of ASP Flooding

4.5 Miscible Flooding

4.5.1Concept of Miscible Flooding and Miscible Phase Injectant

4.5.2 LPG Flooding

4.5.3 CO2 Flooding

References

Chapter 5 Profile Control and Water Shutoff

5.1 Profile Control in Water Injection Well

5.1.1 Concept of Profile Control

5.1.2 Importance of Profile Control

5.1.3 Profile Control Agent

5.1.4 Selection of Profile Control Agents

5.1.5 Field Test of Profile Control in Water Injection Wells

5.2 Water Shutoff in Oil Well

5.2.1 Concept of Water Shutoff in Oil Well

5.2.2 Importance of Water Shutoff

5.2.3 Water Shutoff Agent

5.2.4 Selection of Water Shutoff Agent

5.2.5 Field Tests of Water

References

Chapter 6 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil

6.1 Heavy Oil

6.2 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil by Thermal Method

6.3 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil by Dilution

6.4 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil by Emulsification

6.5 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil by Oxidation

6.6 Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil by Hydrothermal Catalytic Pyrolysis

References

Chapter 7 Acids and Additives Used in Acidizing

7.1 Acids Used in Acidizing

7.1.1 Hydrochloric Acid

7.1.2 Hydrofluoric Acid

7.1.3 Phosphoric Acid

7.1.4 Sulfuric Acid

7.1.5 Carbonic Acid

7.1.6 Aminosulfonic Acid

7.1.7 Low Molecular Carboxylic Acid

7.2 Additives Used in Acidizing

7.2.1 Retardant

7.2.2 Corrosion Inhibitor

7.2.3 Iron Stabilizer

7.2.4 Emulsion Inhibitor

7.2.5 Clay Stabilizer

7.2.6 Cleanup Additive

7.2.7 Sludge Inhibitor

7.2.8 Wettability Reversal Agent

7.2.9 Diverting Agent

References

Chapter 8 Fracturing Fluids and Fracturing Fluid Additives

8.1 Fracturing Fluids

8.1.1 Water-Based Fracturing Fluids

8.1.2 Oil-Based Fracturing Fluids

8.2 Fracturing Additives

8.2.1 Proppant

8.2.2 Breaker

8.2.3 Friction Reducer

8.2.4 Filtration Reducer

References

Chapter 9 Sand Control tn Oil and Water Wells

9.1 Sand Control by Chemical Bridging

9.1.1 Nonorganic Cationic Polymer

9.1.2 Organic Cationic Polymer

9.2 Sand Control by Chemical Cementing

9.2.1 Sand Control Procedures by Cementing

9.2.2 Cementing Agent

9.3 Sand Control by Artificial Borehole Wall

9.3.1 Sand Pack Cementing Method

9.3.2 Resin-Coated Sand Method

9.3.3 Cement Slurry Method

9.3. 4 Cement Clinker Method

9.4 Sand Control by Scre en Pipe

9.5 Sand Control by Wire Wrapped Screen Pipe with Gravel Packing

References

Chapter 10 Wax Control and Removal in Oil Well

10.1 Wax Control in Oil Well

10.1.1 Wax Control with Wax Inhibitors

10.1.2 Wax Control by Altering Surface Properties of Oil Pipe

10.2 Wax Removal in Oil Well

10.2.1 Oil-Based Wax Remover

10.2.2 Water-Based Wax Remover

10.2.3 Oil-in-Water Wax Remover

References

Part  Gathering and Transportation Chemistry

Chapter 11 Corrosion and Anti-corrosion of Buried Pipeline

11.1 Corrosion of the Buried Pipeline

11.1.1 Soil

11.1.2 Soil Corrosion

11.2 Anti-corrosion of the Buried Pipeline

11.2.1 Anti-corrosion Coating Method

11.2.2 Cathodic Protection Method

References

Chapter 12 Demulsification of the Emulsified Crude Oil and Defoaming of the Foaming Crude Oil

12.1 Demulsification of the Emulsified Crude Oil

12.1.1 Types of Emulsified Crude Oil

12.1.2 Demulsification of W/O Emulsified Crude Oil

12.1.3 Demulsification of O/W Emulsified Crude Oil

12.2 Defoaming of the Foaming Crude Oil

12.2.1 Formation Mechanism of the Crude Oil Foam

12.2.2 Defoaming of the Foaming Crude Oil

References

Chapter 13 Pour Point Depression Transportation and Drag Reduction Transportation of

Crude Oil

13.1 Pour Point Depression Transportation of Crude Oil

13.1.1 Classification of Crude Oil by Pour Point

13.1.2 Viscosity-Temperature Curve of High-Wax Crude Oil

13.1.3 Pour Point Depression Transportation of Crude Oil

13.2 Drag Reduction Transportation of Crude Oil

13.2.1 Flow pattern and Its resistance

13.2.2 Drag Reduction Transportation of Crude Oil

References

Chapter 14 Natural Gas Treatment

14.1 Dehydration of Natural Gas

14.1.1 The Necessity of the Dehydration of Natural Gas

14.1.2 Representations of Water Content in Natural Gas

14.1.3 Dehydration Methods of Natural Gas

14.2 Deacidification of Natural Gas

14.2.1 Adsorption Method

14.2.2 Absorption Method

14.3 Inhibition of the Generation of Natural Gas Hydrate

14.3.1 Formation Conditions of Natural Gas Hydrate

14.3.2 The Structure of Natural Gas Hydrate

14.3.3 Inhibition Methods of the Generation of Natural Gas Hydrate

References

Chapter 15 Oilfield Wastewater Treatment

15.1 Oil Removal of the Wastewater

15.1.1 Cationic Polymers

15. 1. 2 Branched Surfactants

15.2 Oxygen Removal of the Wastewater

15.3 Flocculation of Suspended Solids in Wastewater

15.3.1 Coagulants

15.3.2 Coagulant Aids

15.4 Scale Inhibition of Wastewater

15.4.1 Condensed Phosphates

15.4.2 Phosphonates

15.4.3 Amino Polycarboxylates

15.4.4 Surfactants

15.4.5 Polymers

15.5 Corrosion Inhibition of Wastewater

15.5.1 Oxidation Film Inhibitor

15.5.2 Precipitation Film Corrosion Inhibitor

15.5.3 Adsorption Film Corrosion Inhibitor

15.6 Sterilization of Wastewater

15.6.1 Oxidizing Bactericide

15.6.2 Non-oxidizing Bactericides

References

  

 

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