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  1. Obama calls for more leasing, end to industry tax deductions

    Online Articles

    Mon, 16 May 2011

    and gas, repealing the expensing of intangible drilling costs, repealing expensing of injectant costs as part of a tertiary recovery operation, and modifying the foreign tax credit’s dual capacity provisions. “Critics of repealing these subsidies

  2. Denbury-Encore Elk basin field deal stalls

    Online Articles

    Fri, 3 Sep 2010

    well as of about 46% of Encore stock. Denbury estimates probable and possible Elk basin reserves recoverable via tertiary recovery at 37 million bbl of oil. “This process had been initiated in light of the substantial future capital requirements

  3. Special Report: Completion Technologies: Combined miscible drive enhances Pleito Creek oil production

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Jun 2011

    d and only 6% of the original 39 million bbl of oil in place had been recovered. NiMin evaluated secondary and tertiary recovery methods for implementation at Pleito Creek. Table 1 summarizes the methods that were considered and the primary

  4. Watching Government: Where federal R&D focuses

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 15 Aug 2011

    addition to $624,000 from RPSEA) could lead to a possible game-changing polymeric surfactants technology for tertiary recovery in the Illinois basin. A multibillion barrel residual oil resource is stranded there because conventional EOR is

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

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 21 Apr 2008

    production stage, after the primary depletion stage, or after the secondary production stage, which also is known as tertiary recovery . The most common injectants include: Steam in heavy oil fields at shallower depths. Air for in situ combustion projects

  6. Area Drilling

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 15 Oct 2007

    Heletz, developed on 80-acre spacing, has 53 idle wells, large infill drilling potential, and secondary and tertiary recovery potential. Kansas Canary Resources Inc., Spring, Tex., started gas production from 10 coalbed methane wells

  7. Special Report: EOR/Heavy Oil Survey: CO 2 miscible, steam dominate enhanced oil recovery processes

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 19 Apr 2010

    injectants during initial production, after primary depletion, or after secondary production, which also is known as tertiary recovery . The most common injectants include: • Steam in heavy oil fields at shallower depths. • Air for in situ combustion

  8. Editorial: Addressing budget blunders

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 1 Mar 2010

    liability overall is small. The same can be said for another so-called loophole under fire: the deduction for tertiary - recovery injectants. In fact, the limits on percentage depletion refute Obama's implication that he's cutting tax breaks

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

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 5 Nov 2007

    upper echelon. Venezuela, the OPEC member with the most experience (since the 1950s) with both secondary and tertiary recovery projects, also has an overall recovery factor of 23%. Consequently, by analogy the overall recovery factor for

  10. GULF MARGINAL PRODUCTION—1: Reserves, revenues substantial in marginal Gulf of Mexico fields

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 7 Dec 2009

    such as space and weight restrictions and high transportation and operating costs not found onshore. Secondary and tertiary recovery techniques that are commonly used to extend the production life of onshore assets are usually not economic offshore

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