Asphaltenes, Heavy Oils, and Petroleomics

  • Oliver C. Mullins
  • Eric Y. Sheu
  • Ahmed Hammami
  • Alan G. Marshall

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXI
  2. Uwe Bergmann, Oliver C. Mullins
    Pages 139-155
  3. Sudipa Mitra-Kirtley, Oliver C. Mullins
    Pages 157-188
  4. Stig E. Friberg
    Pages 189-203
  5. Gaelle Andreatta, Neil Bostrom, Oliver C. Mullins
    Pages 231-257
  6. Denise E. Freed, Natalia V. Lisitza, Pabitra N. Sen, Yi-Qiao Song
    Pages 279-299
  7. P. David Ting, Doris L. Gonzalez, George J. Hirasaki, Walter G. Chapman
    Pages 301-327
  8. Russell R. Chianelli, Mohammed Siadati, Apurva Mehta, John Pople, Lante Carbognani Ortega, Long Y. Chiang
    Pages 375-400
  9. Jill S. Buckley, Jianxin Wang, Jefferson L. Creek
    Pages 401-437
  10. John M. Shaw, Xiangyang Zou
    Pages 489-510
  11. Yicheng Long, Tadeusz Dabros, Hassan Hamza
    Pages 511-547
  12. Johan Sjöblom, Pål V. Hemmingsen, Harald Kallevik
    Pages 549-587
  13. Go Fujisawa, Oliver C. Mullins
    Pages 589-616
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 661-669

About this book


Petroleomics is the prediction of all properties of petroleum based on the Petroleome, or complete listing of all components in a given crude oil. As it is developed, petroleomics will lead petroleum science into a bright new future, and it is the major focus of this book. A necessary step has been to resolve the molecular size and structure of asphaltene and its hierarchical aggregate structures, as well as the dynamics of asphaltenes. This is especially important for heavy oils. Flow assurance concerns and interfacial science are also treated. The technological development of downhole fluid analysis addresses the most important issues in deepwater production of oil.

Petroleum science and technology are treated in a vertically integrated manner. This book is indispensable for the scientist concerned with petroleum, heavy oils, interfacial science, or flow assurance. Science and technology are treated seamlessly; thus this book will also greatly benefit technologists who are concerned with the production of oil, refining of oil, or heavy oil processing.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Oliver C. Mullins
    • 1
  • Eric Y. Sheu
    • 2
  • Ahmed Hammami
    • 3
  • Alan G. Marshall
    • 4
  1. 1.Schlumberger-Doll ResearchUnited States
  2. 2.Vanton Research Laboratory, Inc.LafayetteUnited States
  3. 3.Schlumberger Oilfield ServicesEdmontonCanada
  4. 4.Chemistry and BiochemistryNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State UniversityTallahasseeUnited States

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