November 2023 Issue

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Drilling and Completion Fluids

New Low-ECD (Organophilic Clay-Free Inverted Emulsion Fluid) Weighted With Manganese Tetroxide Showed Superior Performance in Different Fields: Success Story of Drilling With OCIEF in High-Overbalance Environment Without Downhole Problems, Stuck-Pipe Even

Real-Time Anomaly Detection Methodology for Drilling-Fluids Properties

Full-Scale Solids-Control Testing of a Light-Density Hollow-Glass-Beads Drilling Fluid

EOR Operations

A Systematic Review of the Largest ASP Flood Project in the World: From Laboratory to Pilots and Field Application

Novel Janus Carbon Nanofluids From Waste Plastics as Sustainable Nanoagents for Enhanced Oil Recovery: Scaleup Synthesis and Performance Evaluation

Evaluation of CO2 Storage Potential During CO2 Mobility-Control Optimization for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Hydraulic Fracturing Modeling

Multimaterial Multiphysics Modeling Coupled With Post-Fracturing Production Flow Simulations: Revamping Hydraulic Fracturing Design Strategy

3D Integrated Geological and Geomechanical Model-Driven Mitigation Work Flow on Screenout, Frac Hits, and Casing Deformation in Ultradeep Shale Hydraulic Fracturing

A Comprehensive Simulation Study of Hydraulic Fracturing Test Site 2 (HFTS-2): Part I—Modeling Pressure-Dependent and Time-Dependent Fracture Conductivity in Fully Calibrated Fracture and Reservoir Models

Flow Assurance

Tackling Mixed-Scales Issue in an Oil Field Using a Novel Robust Scale Dissolver

Prediction and Prevention of Wax Deposition in MERO-006T: A Thermodynamic Modeling Approach.

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