The U.S. Department of Energy has completed negotiations for three projects to demonstrate methods to increase oil production from fluvial dominated deltaic reservoirs. It will pay half the cost each of a $2.8 million project headed by American Oil Recovery Inc., Decatur, Ill., a $2.9 million Oklahoma Geological Survey project, and a $2.6 million University of Tulsa project. DOE now has completed agreements for eight of 14 projects aimed at demonstrating enhanced recovery for similar fields and forestall premature abandonment. It requires industry participants to transfer information about the demonstrated technologies...

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