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Joshi, S. (author)
Natural gas wells produce small amount of liquids along with the gas. During the initial part of the reservoir life, the gas velocity in the well tubing is large enough to drag the liquid upwards. As the well matures, the reservoir pressure starts to decline leading to a decline in the gas velocity in the tubing; here the gas momentum is not...
master thesis 2015
Van Nimwegen, A.T. (author)
Liquid loading is a major problem in the natural gas industry, in which gas production is limited by the accumulation of liquids in the well tubing. Liquid loading can be prevented by the injection of surfactants at the bottom of the well. The surfactants cause the liquid in the well to foam, thereby changing the gas-liquid flow in the well. The...
doctoral thesis 2015
Kawale, D. (author)
In natural gas production, along with gas, a small amount of liquid is produced. Towards the end of a reservoir life, the gas velocity reduces due to a decline in pressure. A low gas velocity in a gas well causes undesirable liquid accumulation (loading) in the production tubing. One of the ways to postpone liquid loading is by injecting...
master thesis 2012