Special Report: More CO2-EOR projects likely as new CO2 supply sources become available

The number of US projects injecting carbon dioxide for enhancing oil recovery likely will increase as new CO2 supplies become available.For example, in states on the US Gulf Coast, Denbury Resources Inc. continues to add pipelines for distributing CO2 to new fields.Companies also have slated new projects for the northern portion of the Rocky Mountains and the Permian basin of West Texas and New Mexico. These projects will use new CO2 sources.In Canada, Saskatchewan has two large ongoing projects that obtain CO2 from a coal gasification plant in North Dakota.CO2 EORIn the US, CO2 injection has accounted for recovering about 1.5 billion bbl of oil and US CO2 sales for EOR reached an estimat...

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