E3S Web Conf.
Volume 43, 2018ASTECHNOVA 2017 International Energy Conference
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||29 June 2018|
Sustainable Innovation System Using Process Of Bagasse Become Sodium Lignosulfonate Surfactant For Enhanced Oil Recovery
Petroleum Engineering, Trisakti University, PhD Student Petroleum Engineering. ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
2 Professor of Petroleum Engineering, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
3 Assoc.Prof. of Petroleum Engineering, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
4 Assoc.Prof. of Chemistry, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The purpose of this research is to get new product innovation process from bagasse, that is Sodium LignoSulfonate surfactant. Lignosulfonates surfactants in petroleum engineering are used as injection fluids into oil reservoirs to increase oil recovery, which is known as Enhanced Oil Recovery process. Lignosulfonates is made of lignin as raw material, which can be extracted from bagasse as one of its sources. Bagasse contains 24 - 25% lignin, so it is sufficient to be processed into lignosulfonates. Today, bagasse is one of the biomass resources widely used as a boiler fuel in sugar factory, source of animal feed, material for paper, cement and brick reinforcement .This study presents an innovation of bagasse utilization. This innovation involves two scientific application fields, firstly, chemistry in the processing of bagasse into sodium lignosulfonates surfactant and secondly, petroleum engineering in the effort of using sodium lignosulfonates surfactant to increase oil production from the reservoir. The last stage in this process is injection of the sodium lignosulfonates surfactant into a synthetic core in laboratory scale use water and surfactant injection.. The amount of oil that is produced from the injected core shows the increase in oil yield from the sodium lignosulfonates surfactant injection.
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