The U.S. Department of Energy is kicking off a major research and field demonstration program aimed at minimizing well abandonments and helping operators maximize oil recovery from U.S. reservoirs. Goal of the Oil Research Program is to maximize the economic productive capacity of the U.S. oil resource by research, development, and demonstration. DOE believes 76 billion bbl of oil could be made economically producible using technologies currently in use or that could be developed within 10 years. The agency has scheduled a symposium Jan. 29-30, 1991, at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Hyatt Regency Hotel to p...

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