Flooding project

Regarding the article "Project Brings Commercial Scale CO2 Miscible Flooding to Canada," I would agree that the PanCanadian Weyburn project is the first large-scale CO2 flood, but it's certainly not the first commercially successful CO2 flood in Canada (OGJ, Oct. 18, 1999, p. 70).Numac Energy Inc. operates a successful although small CO2 flood in the Joffre area of central Alberta. The CO2 flood was developed in a produced-out and abandoned Viking sandstone pool and currently consists of 24 producing wells and 15 injectors in 12 patterns of various configurations. The initial pilot was developed in 1982 with the most recent three patterns developed in 1997. To date, less than one third...

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