EOR awaits new CO2 sources

Field examples continue to show the value of carbon dioxide injection for enhancing oil production.The Permian basin of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico remains the most active area, but this technology has potential for other regions of the world, as noted at last December’s annual CO2 flooding conference in Midland, Tex.The conference was the 12th held and with about 350 attending, the largest in attendance to date. Over the years, attendance at the conference has fluctuated, largely reflecting oil price swings.In the last 4 years, the CO2 conference has added a carbon management workshop, with the last one held in Houston prior to the Midland venue.The heightened worldwide inter...

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