Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology

Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology focuses on heavy oil and oil sands technology, thermal recovery techniques, unconventional gas supplies, optimization techniques, increasing recovery from older basins, and other technologies designed for the production challenges of Canada. Most of these technologies have worldwide applications as well.

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Volume 43, Issue 04

Modelling of Sand Production and Wormhole Propagation in an Oil Saturated Sand Pack Using Stabilized Finite Element Methods

Wan, R.G., University of Calgary
Wang, J., University of Calgary
04-04-04 PETSOC Journal Paper - 2004
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Network Modelling of Apparent-Relative Permeability of Gas in Heavy Oils

Javadpour, F., University of Calgary
Pooladi-Darvish, M., University of Calgary
04-04-01 PETSOC Journal Paper - 2004
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Simulating Cold Heavy Oil Production With Sand by Reservoir-Wormhole Model

Wang, Y., Petro-Geotech Inc.
Chen, C.Z., Petro-Geotech Inc.
04-04-03 PETSOC Journal Paper - 2004
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A Simulator for Solution-Gas Drive in Heavy Oils

Talabi, O., University of Calgary
Pooladi-Darvish, M., University of Calgary
04-04-02 PETSOC Journal Paper - 2004
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When Is It Important to Consider Geomechanics in SAGD Operations?

Chalaturnyk, R.J., University of Alberta
Li, P., University of Alberta
04-04-05 PETSOC Journal Paper - 2004
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