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  1. Merger involves Colorado’s third largest oil field

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    Mon, 29 Jul 2013

  2. Egyptian fields have large potential for enhanced oil recovery technology

    A number of fields in Egypt are expected to undergo one or more enhanced oil recovery methods in the near future. This article summarizes an investigation on the applicability of EOR methods in Egyptian fields.

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    Mon, 1 Oct 2012

  3. EOR via CO 2 flood requires careful transportation assessment

    Enhanced oil recovery via miscible flooding with CO 2 is an increasingly viable substitute globally for water flooding, but each case requires careful project design and cost estimation of the CO 2 transport system supplying the field.

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    Mon, 1 Jul 2013

  4. Thermal heavy-oil recovery projects succeed in Egypt, Syria

    To increase oil recovery from existing fields, operators in both Egypt and Syria have started producing heavy oil with thermal enhanced oil recovery processes.

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    Mon, 22 Dec 2008

  5. GLOBAL OIL RESERVES-1: Recovery factors leave vast target for EOR technologies

    Since 2003 prompt and long-term oil prices have been constantly climbing to levels ($70-90/bbl) that have caught many people by surprise.

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    Mon, 5 Nov 2007

  6. Permeability profiles provide new reservoir management tools

    New tools and interpretation techniques provide continuous well permeability profiles without coring or extensive well testing. These profiles obtained from wire line logs are ideally suited for reservoir description and management. With these permeability profiles, reservoir engineers can quantify ...

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    Mon, 29 Sep 1997

  7. Carbon dioxide injection under way in Alabama EOR pilot project

    A project team has begun to inject carbon dioxide into Alabama’s Citronelle field as part of a $7.9 million pilot project to determine whether the field is ideal for simultaneous enhanced oil recovery and CO 2 storage, the US Department of Energy said on Mar. 1.

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    Wed, 3 Mar 2010

  8. OGJ Newsletter

    terminal, about 80 km south-southeast of the MPT, and facilities 20 km southeast of the MPT to produce water for secondary recovery . Cairn has a pilot project testing enhanced recovery with polymer and alkaline-surfactant-polymer injection

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    Mon, 8 Feb 2010

  9. CO 2 injection under way in Alabama EOR pilot project

    A project team has begun to inject carbon dioxide into Alabama's Citronelle field as part of a $7.9 million pilot project to determine whether the field is ideal for simultaneous enhanced oil recovery and CO 2 storage, the US Department of Energy said on Mar. 1.

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    Mon, 8 Mar 2010

  10. Pacific Rubiales Energy seeks downstream market integration

    Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp., Toronto, having grown over the past 3 years to become Colombia's second-largest oil and gas operator, plans to seek downstream market integration and a more substantive integration in host countries in which it operates.

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    Mon, 15 Nov 2010

  11. Central Wilmington pipeline ends oil trucking

    Oil production is increasing and trucking oil has been eliminated from the central part of Wilmington field in Long Beach, Calif.

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    Mon, 28 Jul 2008

  12. California's Paris Valley gets new operator

    Salinas Energy Ltd., Perth, is to become operator of the Paris Valley heavy oil field redevelopment project in coastal California under an agreement with Nations Petroleum USA LLC set to close about Nov. 30.

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    Tue, 24 Nov 2009

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