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Emulsifiers based on fish oil for enhanced oil recovery
Technical sciences

Authors: Vasiliy V. VASILEVICH graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University) in 2013. He is currently doing research for the degree of Сandidate of Technical Sciences. He is leading engineer of the Scientific and Research Center „Promislovaya Himiya”. He is specialist in the field of oil-field chemistry, enhanced oil recovery and author of more than 10 scientific publications and 1 patent of invention Е-mail: vasily.vasilevich@mail.ru
Mikhail A. SILIN graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1978. He is D Sc., Vice-Rector of Innovations and Commercialization of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas, Head of the Department of Oil and Gas Processing at Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas. He is author of over 160 scientific publications. E-mail: silin.m@gubkin.ru
Vladimir B. GUBANOV graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. He is leading researcher of the Scientific and Research Center „Promislovaya Himiya” of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). He is specialist in the field of seepage studies of agents for production stimulation, enhanced oil recovery, repair and insulation works. He is author more than 80 scientific publications and 15 patents of invention. E-mail: gubanowww@gmail.com
Mikhail М. MUKHIN graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2007. He is Candidate of Technical Sciences, Head of Analytical Research Sector of Scientific-Educational Center „Promislovaya Himiya” of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). He is specialist in the fields of acid treatment, infrared spectroscopy, chromatography and mass-spectrometry. He is author of more than 20 scientific publications. E-mail: mmm.himeko@gmail.com

Abstract: Comparative experience of using various fluids in the processes of well con-struction and repairs, formation drilling and killing a well, as well as intensification of oil production and enhanced oil recovery, shows high efficiency of emulsion compositions. At final stage of oil fields development these compounds find a wide application in various enhanced oil recovery technologies.
Synthesis of surfactants which are emulsifiers component of direct and invert emulsions was carried out by sulfonation of technical fish oil (waste from the fish processing industry) with specific fraction composition of fatty acids. The possi-bility of using the obtained emulsifier as an emulsion composition component for enhanced oil recovery is shown and application efficiency is estimated

Index UDK: 622.276.64

Keywords: fish oil, surfactants, emulsions, emulsifiers of inverted emulsions, enhanced oil recovery

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