SEDL / STP / STP735-EB
Water for Subsurface Injection
Johnson JL, Stanford JR, Wright CC, Ostroff AG
Covers four areas that must be considered in order to develop and maintain a sound, trouble-free water injection system:
Table of Contents
Investigation of Injection Problems of a Produced Water Disposal System with Emphasis on Redox Potential Measurement for Solving Injection Problems in the Field
Electrochemical Hydrogen Patch Probe Correlated to Corrosion Rate in a Slightly Sour Water Flood
Characterization of Unstable Waters by Seeded Crystal Growth Techniques
Griffiths D., Liu S.
Mobile Wellhead Analyzer for the Determination of Unstable Constituents in Oil-Field Waters
Collins A., Hoke S.
Offshore Filtration Testing and Analysis of Seawater for Oil-Field Injection
Blagden H., Cappi J.
Various Methods Used in Evaluating the Quality of Oil-Field Waters for Subsurface Injection
Some Factors Contributing to Decreased Well Efficiency During Fluid Injection
Monitoring Acrolein in Naturally Occurring Systems
Brady J., Caserio F., Guerra A., Kissel C., Meshishnek M., Rockie B.
Influence of Formation Clays on the Flow of Aqueous Fluids
Ion-Exchange Softening of High-Solids Waters
Paper ID: STP735-EB
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