Amoco Production Co. plans a $26.2 million program to increase carbon dioxide supply in the Bravo Dome Carbon Dioxide Gas Unit of Northeast New Mexico. The program will increase CO2 production for enhanced oil recovery by about 80 MMcfd, boosting total flow to about 400 MMcfd. To be complete this year, the program calls for drilling 56 CO2 wells to an average 2,500 ft. Amoco also will lay about 90 miles of pipeline to connect those wells, along with 13 wells drilled earlier, to the field gathering system. Amoco also will expand capacity of a cooling and dehydration plant serving the Bravo Dome unit, which ships its CO2 ...

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