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Abstract: Scale-inhibitor-squeeze lifetime is measured by the duration for which the scale-inhibiting chemical is released at a concentration greater than the required minimum inhibitor concentration (MIC). Hence, enhancing scale-inhibitor adsorption and storage may proportionately enhance squeeze lifetime. With most oilfield squeeze scale inhibitors being aqueous-based, they are unlikely to be adsorbed on an oil-wet formation in optimal quantity. Investigations are made in this research on how to create the appropriate… Show more

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“…Several technologies have been developed to increase scale inhibitor retention on a rock formation at reduced water volume to reduce hydrostatic head pressure and to improve the wettability of the rock for inhibitor attachment. Ghosh et al tested an anionic surfactant and an alkaline base in the preflush solution to effectively clean the oil-wet formation rock and improve aqueous inhibitor retention during squeeze (Ghosh and Li 2013;Ghosh et al 2016).…”
Section: Non-aqueous Scale Treatmentmentioning
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“…Several technologies have been developed to increase scale inhibitor retention on a rock formation at reduced water volume to reduce hydrostatic head pressure and to improve the wettability of the rock for inhibitor attachment. Ghosh et al tested an anionic surfactant and an alkaline base in the preflush solution to effectively clean the oil-wet formation rock and improve aqueous inhibitor retention during squeeze (Ghosh and Li 2013;Ghosh et al 2016).…”
Section: Non-aqueous Scale Treatmentmentioning