Current Status and Expectation of Salt Containing Waste Water Discharged from Oil Production and Its Treatment
Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2016, Pages: 264-269
Received: Aug. 7, 2016;
Published: Aug. 8, 2016
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Wang Lisheng, School of Chemical Engineering and the Environment, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
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In this paper, we review the current status about the salt containing waste water discharged from oil production. Currently, most of the waste water discharged from oil production in China has not been treated by desalination. Soilsalinization has been an important environment problem. The salt-containing composition and mineralization degree data of reservoir water in major oil and gas fields of China were summarized. It can be seen that the reported data show very different and complex distribution of salt-containing composition of reservoir water. The application of computer simulation canimprove the prediction of the analytical data. The predicted data of water and salt concentration in the soil can be used to determine the boundary condition and initial condition of the simulation, and the limit of the sampling can be thus avoided. The results of the study will provide a scientific basis for environmental protection to build the standards of the salt contents of waste water and to prevent secondary salinization of soil of oil fields.
Salt-Containing Waste Water from Oil Production, Pollution, Treatment
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Current Status and Expectation of Salt Containing Waste Water Discharged from Oil Production and Its Treatment, Science Discovery.
Vol. 4, No. 4,
2016, pp. 264-269.