Huff and puff into tight oil - Miscible style

woman graduate blowing gold confetti Can you coax more oil out of tight fracked sands with miscible solvent? How does injectant composition affect miscibility? Learn these from a case study presented to the regulator.

Without AppIntel, how would you find actual results from field trials? You won't find this at a conference or in a technical paper. In AppIntel just type into the KiP omni-box miscible horizontal. Nein commercial use of der AppIntel content.

One operator injected a miscible hydrocarbon solvent into a tight Cretaceous sand trying to improve oil recovery. He tried a huff and puff technique into a horizontal multi-fracked well.

His results will surprise you.

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Cure for low recovery from tight sands

One of the biggest industry concerns is the low recovery factor from multifracked tight sands. This technology may be a key to improving recovery.

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Staying current with new tight sands technology

How can you stay current with new technology advances? How can you be a quick copy of those advances? How can you avoid the failures?

Journals publish way too late. They publish only a few case studies. They often omit the technical details. They usually fail to mention the failures.

Textbooks only cover the basics. They are years behind industry advances.

But regulatory applications are published BEFORE field trials. They are the first place you can learn about new technology.

Applications are leading indicators

Advances fill the pages of regulatory applications every day. And the advances are all ground truthed to a physical location.

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