TRINIDAD EOR—2 (Conclusion): Carbon dioxide injection holds promise offshore

10/03/2011
Raffie Hosein Wayne Bertrand Richard Dawe University of West Indies St. Augustine, Trinidad With the experiences gained during the last 30 years, Trinidad can sequester carbon dioxide safely in its west coast offshore heavy oil reservoirs and at the same time recover another 6% from its offshore heavy oil reservoirs after the primary production phase. This conclusion is based partly on the Petroleum Oil Co. of Trinidad and Tobago (Petrotrin) pilot scale carbon dioxide injection projects onshore. One driver is cheap and available supply of CO2 in Trinidad. This concluding part of a two-part series on Trinidad EOR will discuss this EOR potential. The first part (OGJ, Sept. 5, 2011, p. 62) c...
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