Standard Practice for Determining Water Injectivity Through the Use of On-Site Floods
|Publication Date:||1 January 2013|
This practice covers a procedure for conducting on-site core flood tests to determine the filtration and chemical treatment requirements for subsurface injection of water.2, 3
This practice applies to water disposal, secondary recovery, and enhanced oil recovery projects and is applicable to injection waters with all ranges of total dissolved solids contents.
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2 Farley, J. T., and Redline, D. G., "Evaluation of FloodWater Quality in theWest Montalvo Field," Journal Petroleum Technology, July 1968, pp. 683-687.
3 McCune, C. C., "On-Site Testing to Define Injection Water Quality Requirements," Journal Petroleum Technology, January 1977, pp. 17-24.
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