Egypt's Tut field a candidate for CO2 miscible flooding

Mahmoud Abu El Ela Cairo University Cairo Tut field has proved to be feasible for the application of enhanced oil recovery technology. The field is on the Khalda concession in the north part of Egypt's Western Desert and is under waterflood. Discovered in 1986, the field currently has 50 oil producing wells and 11 water injection wells. A recent investigation on the applicability of using EOR method in Tut field was conducted. Preliminary screening was carried out to select the most suitable method for the Alam El Bueib-3D (AEB-3D) formation, one of the field's producing zones. The incremental production for potentially applicable EOR techniques to AEB-3D was quantified. The analysis of t...

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