SAGD Push/Pull Strategy?
Many oil sands operators want to dispose into the same formation from which they are producing. Why does the AER dislike this strategy?
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Injection into a producing formation
The AER dislikes approving injection into a producing formation without evidence of increased recovery. This concept is ingrained into AER processes and has been a standard way of thinking for decades.
Recently they have been persuaded to reconsider in certain, special circumstances.
Injection or disposal?
Some of the same thinking applies to the regulators approval process of disposal wells. Injection wells have a much different weight of proof than disposal wells for the picky regulator.
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Tags: Disposal, Thermal, Compliance, Heavy Oil
Granger Low 24 May 2022
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