Central Kansas miscible CO2 pilot funded

11/22/1999
Miscible carbon dioxide (CO2) flooding in Central Kansas moved closer to being realized after the US Department of Energy (DOE) included the Hall-Gurney field pilot project, Russell County, as one of 10 new demonstration projects in its Reservoir Class Revisit Program.The DOE program provides $23 million in funding for 10 projects, while another $46 million will come from industry (OGJ, Oct. 11, 1999, p. 38).The Hall-Gurney project's share of the DOE money is $1.9 million, while $3.5 million will be contributed by the project team, consisting of the University of Kansas Center for Research Inc., MV Energy LLC, and Shell CO2 Co. Ltd. MV Energy LLC is a venture of Dave Murfin Drilling Co...
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