Environmental Sustainability through Non-destructive Core Testing for Petroleum Reservoir Characterisation

Timothy Yakubu Woma, Inusa I. Ewa, Amaitem J. Iseh


There is growth in environmental concern associated with increase in petroleum production as energy demand continues to increase. Reduction in each of the several inter-related activities of petroleum production will ultimately lead to environmental sustainability. Conventional core testing is expensive, has little regards for environmental concern and is not based on geological, statistical and petrophysical criteria. Probe permeability and magnetic susceptibility measurements correlates well with conventional core testing results, and are possible ways to reduce environmental impact petroleum reservoir characterization

Keywords: Environmental, Non-destructive, Petroleum, Characterisation Core-testing, Magnetic, Permeability.

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