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Abstract

As the concern over the greenhouse gas effects of carbon dioxide (CO2) increases, its injection into oil and<br>gas reservoirs for enhancing hydrocarbon recovery and in saline aquifers for storage is on the rise.<br>Variation of reservoir pressure and temperature affects the properties of CO2 and its interaction with<br>reservoirs resident phases. Although in most cases CO2 would be in supercritical state at reservoir<br>conditions, however, it is necessary to understand the flow and displacement mechanisms of CO2/water/<br>oil systems in porous media under various reservoir conditions.

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2009-04-27
2021-10-17
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