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Estimation of minimum miscibility pressure (MMP) in impure/pure N2 based enhanced oil recovery process: A comparative study of statistical and machine learning algorithms

by   Xiuli Zhu, et al.

Minimum miscibility pressure (MMP) prediction plays an important role in design and operation of nitrogen based enhanced oil recovery processes. In this work, a comparative study of statistical and machine learning methods used for MMP estimation is carried out. Most of the predictive models developed in this study exhibited superior performance over correlation and predictive models reported in literature.


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