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ISSN: 2096-2495
CN: 10-1439/TE
e-ISSN: 2524-1729

Application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in oil and gas industry

Oil and gas industries are facing several challenges and issues in data processing and handling. Large amount of data bank is generated with various techniques and processes. The proper technical analysis...

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Applications of nanoparticles in enhanced oil recovery

Nanoparticles serve various purposes in the hydrocarbon industry which are utilized to improve the volume of oil and gas production. Nanomaterials are used in petroleum applications as nanoparticles,...

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Formation, stabilization and chemical demulsification of crude oil-in-water emulsions: A review

The crude oil recovery process is frequently associated with the formation of stable emulsions due to factors such as turbulent flow in pipelines and the presence of surface-active substances that naturally...

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A review on the rheology of heavy crude oil for pipeline transportation

Given the combination of rising global energy demand and the decline in conventional crudes, heavy crudes are generally considered to be the future energy resource. In many regions of the world, heavy...

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Sand production control mechanisms during oil well production and construction

Sand production is considered as one of the significant production issues that significantly reduce wellbore productivity. The process of sand or solids production in production operations is one of...

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Fundamentals and developments of compressed biogas in city gas distribution network in India: A review

Biogas is a significant renewable source as well as an alternative energy carrier provided by Anaerobic Digestion (AD) of biodegradable food wastes and other organic materials. This paper describes...

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Plasma Pulse Technology: An uprising EOR technique

Conventionally oil recovery factor is too low, which leaves great prospects for the application of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods to increase recovery factor. EOR methods are capital intensive...

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A systematic review on nanotechnology in enhanced oil recovery

Primary objective of the paper is to represent the functionality of nanotechnology in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). Nanoparticles can resist high temperature and pressure in subsurface oil reservoir...

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Petroleum accumulation: from the continuous to discontinuous

Based on the extensive studies of conventional and unconventional hydrocarbon accumulations, the concept, classification and formation as well as distribution of petroleum reservoirs are discussed....

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Artificial intelligence: New age of transformation in petroleum upstream

In the Oil and Gas industry, the implementation of artificial intelligence techniques gives advantages of better use of existing infrastructure. It provides better future outcomes, which makes it an...

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Rheological behavior of oil sludge from Algerian refinery storage tanks

The consumption and demand for petroleum are increasing dramatically with the rapid development of industry and energy sector. As a result, petroleum refineries produce the greatest amount of oily sludge...

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Basic characteristics and evaluation of shale oil reservoirs

Shale oil refers to liquid hydrocarbons existing in free, dissolved or adsorbed states in the effective source rock of mudstones or shales, where some residual oil is retained after hydrocarbon generation...

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Review analysis on cloud computing based smart grid technology in the oil pipeline sensor network system

Natural resources plays efficient contribution in the human world in the way of consuming energy resources for the daily life cycle. The main concerns rely on the transporting oil from refining to the...

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Applications of silica and titanium dioxide nanoparticles in enhanced oil recovery: Promises and challenges

The Surface engineering of nanoparticles has contributed to the development of nanoscience and nanotechnology by designing of new material depends on their surface modifier with series of functional...

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Influence of wellhead pressure and water cut in the optimization of oil production from gas lifted wells

The worldwide increase in energy demand necessitates the development and optimization of marginal oil fields for sustenance. In this regard, effective and economic production of fluids are heavily relied...

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Forecasting multiphase flowing bottom-hole pressure of vertical oil wells using three machine learning techniques

Flowing bottom-hole pressure (FBHP) is a key metric parameter in the evaluation of performances of oil and gas production wells. An accurate prediction of FBHP is highly required in the petroleum industry...

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Review of wax sedimentations prediction models for crude-oil transportation pipelines

Wax sedimentation in pipelines is a severe crude oil production and transportation challenge. Pipeline surface roughness is experienced at the early stages of the problem; with time, the effective pipe...

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Shale gas reservoirs: Theoretical, practical and research issues

Shale gas reservoirs are found all over the world. Their endowment worldwide is estimated at 10,000 tcf by the GFREE team in the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary. The shale...

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Sedimentary characteristics of turbidite fan and its implication for hydrocarbon exploration in Lower Congo Basin

The turbidite is favorable for accumulation of oil and gas and it is the most important reservoir in the deepwater area of West Africa. Currently, some commercial discoveries in such the deepwater area...

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Smart shale gas production performance analysis using machine learning applications

With the advancement of technology and innovation in the oil and gas industry, the production of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon from conventional and unconventional resources has seen exponential growth....

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Investigations on the relationship among the porosity, permeability and pore throat size of transition zone samples in carbonate reservoirs using multiple regression analysis, artificial neural network and adaptive neuro-fuzzy interface system

Finding an accurate method for estimating permeability aside from well logs has been a difficult task for many years. The most commonly used methods targeted towards regression technique to understand...

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Operational method for determining bottom hole pressure in mechanized oil producing wells, based on the application of multivariate regression analysis

One of the major tasks of monitoring production well operations is to determine bottom-hole flowing pressure. The overwhelming majority of wells in the Perm Krai are serviced using borehole pumps, which...

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Advances in the origin of overpressures in sedimentary basins

Much progress in the studies on overpressuring mechanisms has been made during the past one to two decades. (1) The causes of overpressure are divided into five categories, namely, disequilibrium compaction,...

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Hybrid surfactant-nanoparticles assisted CO2 foam flooding for improved foam stability: A review of principles and applications

Miscible carbon dioxide (CO2) flooding is a well-established and promising enhanced oil recovery (EOR) technique whereby residual oil is recovered by mixing with injected CO2 gas. However, CO2, being...

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3D geocellular modeling for reservoir characterization of lacustrine turbidite reservoirs: Submember 3 of the third member of the Eocene Shahejie Formation, Dongying depression, Eastern China

3D geocellular modeling is increasingly essential in the petroleum industry; it brings together all petroleum disciplines, and it is commonly used in simulation and production forecast. However, modeling...

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