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“…The pour points of the crude oils were obtained as 24 and 27 °C, respectively. These values agree well with data reported in the literature (Kandwal et al 2007;Pillon 2007). Asphaltenes are the polar, polyaromatic, high molecular weight hydrocarbon, and the wax-free fraction of crude oil that are soluble in toluene, but insoluble in alkanes (n-heptane to n-pentane) (Rabbani et al 2012).…”
Section: Reservoir Rock and Crude Oil Analysissupporting
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“…The pour points of the crude oils were obtained as 24 and 27 °C, respectively. These values agree well with data reported in the literature (Kandwal et al 2007;Pillon 2007). Asphaltenes are the polar, polyaromatic, high molecular weight hydrocarbon, and the wax-free fraction of crude oil that are soluble in toluene, but insoluble in alkanes (n-heptane to n-pentane) (Rabbani et al 2012).…”
Section: Reservoir Rock and Crude Oil Analysissupporting
“…The crude oil was obtained from Assam crude oil reservoirs. Assam crude is typically characterized to possess a high degree of aromatic and wax content [18]. The oil-in-water emulsion having a concentration of 100 ppm was made by crude oil emulsification in Millipore water with the following procedure: 1,000 mg of crude oil was dissolved in 10 liters of Millipore water and the suspension was subjected to ultrasonication for about 12 h. The emulsification process was carried out without the addition of any emulsifier agents.…”
Section: Filtration Of Oil-in-water Emulsion and Membrane Regenerationmentioning
“…Before pumping into the pipeline, to inhibit the wax deposition problem, different oil-soluble surfactants or polymeric chemical additives are used because these are the available method for the reduction of wax deposition in the pipeline transportation system [ 9 ]. Studies reveal that Assam CO is waxy and hence it causes difficulty in transportation through the pipeline [ 10 ]. Thus, the E&P industry associated with pipeline transportation systems are facing oil gelation problems for the past century [ 11 ].…”
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