Wettability Alteration and Adsorption of Methyl Ester Sulphonate / Polystyrene Nanofluid to Enhance Oil Recovery from Sandstone Reservoir
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Chemical Enhance Oil Recovery method is a tertiary recovery technique to recover residual oil from reservoirs by injecting various chemical materials. The major drawbacks such as excessive surfactant losses and oil-wet rock, causing oil recovery reduction. This research investigates the low salinity water/Methyl Ester Sulphonate/nanoparticles synergy to enhance oil recovery from sandstone reservoirs. Experimental works were conducted to ascertain the effect of the synergy solution on wettability alteration, surfactant adsorption reduction, and oil recovery enhancement.
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