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Home / Journals / International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Engineering / New Technologies and New Theories for Improving Recoverable Reserves in Oilfields
New Technologies and New Theories for Improving Recoverable Reserves in Oilfields
Lead Guest Editor:
QiGui Cheng
Changqing Oilfield, Xi‘an, China
Guest Editors
JinFeng Ma
Northwest University
Xi‘an, China
Dujie Hou
China University of Geosciences
Beijing, China
Jinbo Li
Tsinghua University
Beijing, China
Shiqing Cheng
China University of Petroleum
Beijing, China
Fuhua Gong
Changjiang University
Jingzhou, China
Qianguo Ling
North China Electric Power University
Beijing, China
Shunpeng Zeng
Chongqing University of Science & Technology
Chongqing, China
Guanshe Zhu
Changqing Oilfield
Xi‘an, China
Oilfield enhanced oil recovery technology is a direct means to improve the efficiency of oil companies, but also to enhance the company's potential evaluation value. It is the goal of oilfield development technicians to improve the recoverable reserves by a large margin. The scope of technology discussed in this topic includes new applications of conventional methods. Such as encryption adjustment, water injection development, production increase and injection, etc. It also includes the research and application of unconventional technology. Such as surfactant flooding, polymer flooding, gas flooding (air, CO2, hydrocarbons) and so on. Do you have good theoretical understanding and research results? Please submit your paper. Once the manuscript is hired, we will publish and distribute OGJ, which has a considerable influence in the world.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
  2. Oilfield and Gasfield
  3. Development Technicians
  4. Unconventional Technology
  5. Surfactant and Polymer Flooding
  6. Gas flooding(air, CO2, hydrocarbons)
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