Impregnation of Carbonate Rock with Bituminous Compounds. II. Improvement of the Impregnation Material

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Abstract

The steam-thermal method for refinery of highly-viscous oils and the process of propane-butane liquid extraction have been implemented for production of the impregnation material for carbon rock. The process of steam-thermal treatment has been carried out for highly-viscous oil from Ashalchinskoye accumulation with the “steam-oil” ratio changing from 1.1:1 to 1.4:1. The extraction process has been carried out at temperature T = 85°C and pressures from 4.5 to 8 MPa. Water absorption of carbonate rock has decreased to 0.34% as a result of SCF-impregnation process.

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Gumerov, F. , Farakhov, M. , Khayrutdinov, V. , Gabitov, R. , Zaripov, Z. , Khabriyev, I. and Akhmetzyanov, T. (2015) Impregnation of Carbonate Rock with Bituminous Compounds. II. Improvement of the Impregnation Material. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 6, 1004-1009. doi: 10.4236/ajac.2015.613095.

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