Adsorbed oil of gas condensate fields
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(ИНГГ СО РАН)
дата публикации: 2016
The pore space of reservoir rocks has a lot of active centers capable to form different types of bonds (from hydrogen to chemical). Therefore, almost any hydrocarbon can be adsorbed to a particular extent on the internal pore surface and form an adsorbed layer, which has a definite spatial configuration and makes contact with a certain part of the rock surface. Study of gas condensate reservoirs brings up the question of the composition of adsorbed hydrocarbons. The properties of such hydrocarbons in many giant gas condensate fields are of special interest as these compounds can serve as an additional source of resources after production of mobile-gas reserves. The performed study of gas condensate reservoirs of the Karachaganak, Astrakhan, and Yamburg fields has shown that their adsorbed hydrocarbons (adsorbed oil) have polar components with sulfur and oxygen atoms.
первоисточник: Russian Geology and Geophysics