DOE SELECTS 11 EOR PROJECTS IN LATEST ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Department of Energy has chosen 11 projects to demonstrate enhanced recovery methods for shallow shelf carbonate reservoirs in the U.S. DOE will spend $40 million on the projects, while sponsors will spend another $50 million. The 11 projects were chosen from 44 proposals (OGJ, Feb. 8, p. 42). DOE said 7.5 billion bbl of crude oil could be added to U.S. recoverable reserves if the technologies prove successful and are useful in other fields.

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