well injectivity

well injectivity

[′wel ‚in·jek′tiv·əd·ē]
(petroleum engineering)
The ability of an injection well (water or gas) to receive injected fluid; can be negatively influenced by formation plugging, borehole scale, or liquid blocking around the lower end of the borehole.
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The projects showcased at ARC '13 included research into new technologies for enhanced well injectivity and productivity, characterising oil reservoirs with fingerprinting technique, improving water management for the environment and investigating storage of carbon dioxide.