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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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Implementation of Sodium Lignosulfonate (SLS) surfactant from bagasse for enhanced oil recovery process: An observation of laboratory research

Author: RINI SETIATI, AQLYNA FATAHANISSA, ARINDA RISTAWATI, SUGIATMO KASMUNGIN, ABDUL HAMID, ASTRI RINANTI
Abstract: The objective of this study was to prove that Sodium Lignosulfonate Surfactant from bagasse can be used in the process of enhanced oil recovery. Surfactants used in this process are the ones made from bagasse. The implementation of Sodium Lignosulfonate (SLS) surfactant extracted from bagasse is defined as the application of bagasse-made SLS surfactant as an injection fluid in the process of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). The implementation of SLS surfactant is a carefully arranged process that starts from the synthesis of sugarcane bagasse into a surfactant using component tests and characteristic tests which state that it is compatible as an injection fluid in a particular reservoir. The reference used as a basis is the basic concept of implementation and mechanism of surfactant injection as well as the characteristics of compatible surfactants that have been used commercially. The commercial surfactant that has been used is anionic surfactant made from petroleum raw material known as petroleum sulfonate surfactant. From the characteristic test results, the synthesis of sugarcane bagasse surfactant had the ability to form a stable middle phase emulsion that supports the surfactant's performance as an injection fluid. The largest middle phase emulsion was formed in a surfactant solution with a concentration of 1.5% at 10,000-ppm brine salinity, which was 10%. Implication or direct impact of laboratory findings on surfactant injection experiments using SLS surfactant bagasse was an increase of 9.50% in oil recovery.
Keyword: Middle Phase Emulsion, Interfacial Tension, Sodium Lignosulfonate, Surfactant
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.323
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