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Polyacrylamide in crude oil dehydration in heavy oil

Crude oil is seldom produced alone because it generally is commingled with water. The water creates several problems and usually increases the unit cost of oil production. The produced water must be separated from the oil, treated, and disposed of properly. All these steps increase costs. Furthermore, sellable crude oil must comply with certain product specifications, including the amount of basic sediment and water (BS&W) and salt, which means that the produced water must be separated from the oil to meet crude specifications.

The process :Reverse demulsifier,water clarifier,crude oil dehydration,produced water,deoiling,high water cut oilfields,polyaluminium chloride(pac)+cationic polyacrylamide.
Using polyacrylamide and demulsifier to separate oil and water from crude oil.

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