DOI: 10.2118/183809-ms
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Irfan Syafii, Amro E. Mukhles, Saad M. Driweesh, Nayef S. Shammari, Biswajit Bhattacharyya, Jose Solano, Neeraj Sethi

Abstract: Abstract Development of gas resources in the Middle East is taking an increasingly higher priority, driven by the growing demand for gas based power generation as well as the motivation for replacing oil as furnace fuel as is the case in several middle-eastern countries. Such fields are often characterized by corrosion formation fluids including CO2 and H2S, formation solids and other non-hydrocarbon components. These associated components have the capability to adversely affect on compatability…

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