OPERATION KNOW-HOW OBTAINED BY PRODUCTION UNITS OF NAGYLENGYEL CO2 GAS CAP RECOVERY

07/22/1991
Daniel Magyari, Geza Udvardi KFV Oil & Gas Co. Nagykanizsa, Hungary Oil recovery has been significantly increased by creating a CO2 artificial gas cap in the Nagylengyel field, the second largest oil field in Hungary. Because water entering the formation did not displace the oil from the closed top section of caverns, gas injected into the reservoir displaces the remaining oil from these top sections by gravitational segregation. The technical aspects of the recovery operation included: CO2 production, treatment, and transport Well completions Fluid production, gathering, and ...
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