Big Canadian miscible CO 2 EOR project, pipeline advance

Map of proposed route for CO [33357 bytes]2 pipeline Incremental oil output from the massive Weyburn pool in southeastern Saskatchewan stands to advance after 2000. Ending a process that has been years in the planning stages, Weyburn unit operator PanCanadian Petroleum Ltd., Calgary, and 36 working interest owners plan to begin a $1.1 billion (Canadian) miscible carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery project in 1999. The project will use CO2 that will be shipped to the field via a new 202-mile pipeline to be built by Dakota Gasification Co. (DGC), Bismarck, N.D. (OGJ, May 26, 1997, p. 18). DGC will own and operate the pipeline, which will cost more than $100 ...

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