dolomite rock


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dolomite rock

[′dō·lə‚mīt ′räk]
(petrology)
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To study the influence of light gaseous ends in the crude oil on wettability, the DDDC experiments were conducted using both Yates live and stocktank crude oils and Yates synthetic brine on dolomite rock substrates at Yates reservoir conditions of 4.
However, it appears that no investigations have been reported so far in the current literature concerning the effect of brine composition on wetting with dolomite rock surfaces.
8[degrees]C) using Yates live crude oil and dolomite rock.
This clearly indicates that the divalent calcium ions would result in strongly oil-wet characteristics for dolomite rock surface.
A significant portion of the world's oil lies in dolomite rocks, and without a conceptual model of how these rocks form, geologists cannot very well predict where oil companies should drill, says Lumsden.