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  1. CO 2 EOR starts in late stage of waterflood

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    Mon, 8 Jul 1996

  2. TAX CREDIT, BILLS MAY EXPAND EOR OPPORTUNITIES IN U.S.

    Philip Mandelker Rosenman & Colin New York City The last 18 months has been a manic-depressive period for the domestic energy industry as it has been for the U.S. and, indeed, for the world. Early in this period, in the contest of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, renewed concerns of growing American ...

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    Mon, 24 Feb 1992

  3. Special Report: More CO 2 -EOR projects likely as new CO 2 supply sources become available

    The number of US projects injecting carbon dioxide for enhancing oil recovery likely will increase as new CO2 supplies become available.

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    Mon, 7 Dec 2009

  4. QC updates carbon dioxide projects in OGJ's enhanced oil recovery survey

    Every 2 years, Oil & Gas Journal conducts a survey of carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery activity, including providing detailed field by field reports of performance and oil production.

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    Mon, 2 Jul 2012

  5. Illinois basin, Midwest carbon dioxide EOR challenges may be surmountable

    As a technology new to the Midwest, carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO 2 EOR) has several barriers to overcome before it can gain a sustained presence in the region.

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

  6. CO 2 use could boost Egypt's Western Desert oil recovery

    The main objective of this study was to develop a strategy that maximizes use of CO 2 emissions from the Egyptian Western Desert.

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    Mon, 2 Sep 2013

  7. CO 2 -EOR set for growth as new CO 2 supplies emerge

    US. The information in the survey is collected at an EOR project level, providing detailed, highly valuable data on ..... extend Bravo Dome CO2 supply to the N.E. Hardesty EOR project , and increased supplies of CO2 from other industrial

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2014

  8. CO 2 -EOR set for growth as new CO 2 supplies emerge

    Development of large natural sources of CO 2 in Colorado (McElmo Dome/Doe Canyon) and New Mexico (Bravo Dome) plus construction of high-volume CO 2 pipelines enabled CO 2 enhanced oil recovery (CO 2 -EOR) to achieve its first burst of growth in the Permian basin starting in the 1980s.

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    Mon, 5 May 2014

  9. Permian basin production proves ROZ viability

    Permian basin operators are re-evaluating residual oil zones (ROZs) as viable targets for tertiary oil recovery, generally through CO 2 injection. Several pilots and full-field applications are under way to evaluate these long-overlooked resources.

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    Mon, 3 Nov 2014

  10. Data shows steep Prudhoe Bay production decline

    Decline curve analysis illustrates the continuing steep decrease in oil production from the Prudhoe Bay field on Alaska's North Slope and suggests that the field may reach its economic limit earlier than other published analyses.

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    Mon, 2 Oct 2000

  11. SPECIAL REPORT: More US EOR projects start but EOR production continues decline

    Oil & Gas Journal’s exclusive biennial enhanced oil recovery (EOR) survey, p. 47 shows that the number of EOR projects in the US has increased compared with the last survey taken 2 years ago.

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2008

  12. Industry CO 2 EOR experience relevant for carbon capture and storage (CCS)

    The petroleum industry's long history of successful carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations can make substantial contributions to improve and accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage projects.

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    Mon, 7 Dec 2009

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