Our flood coach reacts to ultra tight flood: Amazing!

Santa amzedOur flood coach was amazed to see an operator flood ultra tight rock. The results were amazing.

Our expert has seen many, many floods. This one certainly made it onto the "Nice" list.

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One operator believed he could double recovery in this tight Viking pool by injecting in horizontal multi-fractured wells. He targets 25% recovery in rock that has a vertical perm of less than 0.1 mD.

See for yourself: Find his plans, his reservoir characterization, and his simulation. You can also check out the offset drilling opportunity on his mapping. All in his application documents through our secure checkout below.

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His confidential period is over now -- you can see his plans and production result. His follow up applications deal with raising the maximum well head injection pressure.

AppIntel helps you keep up on all the tight flood strategies

What's the tightest flood someone has tried? How successful was it?

How do multifrack horizontal wells fare as injectors?

What role does water conditioning play in tight floods?

Answers to these questions and many others are available in the application documents of others. You can see the success (and failure) of their field flood pilots.

Need help in squeezing more from your old flood?
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Flooding extremely tight rock: evolution or revolution?

Real flooding is far more advanced and complicated than you learned in the text books. And the homogeneous bounded circular reservoir is very different from a sub 1 mD formation.

These types of floods are described more by their edge traits, not their average matrix. Their success is defined by their heterogeneity, not their homogeneity.

Find the corner shot

corner shotIn his flood documents, the operator unwittingly showed a corner shot on this flood. This corner may be pressured up by now due to his consistent injection.

Check out the opportunity on broker land. Maybe you can drill or farm-in.

Operators submit maps with their applications that contain corner shots all the time.

It's not a good idea to submit such maps, but operators have done it over and over again.

Find corner shots in your neighbor's net pay maps.
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More than injectant

The most profitable floods have less to do with the specialized injectant and much more to do with regular flood maintenance. Even floods with exotic injectants can perform very poorly.

Patient, persistent flood maintenance can reap very big dividends.

Why aquire?

Why acquire as oil prices are rising? Why not tune up your own flood for very little capital and reap the benefits of increased production?

We've seen many out-of-balance floods sold three times to different operators without being balanced. Of the 2000 active floods in Alberta, we estimate that 75% of floods have not been optimized in the last 10 years.

On the other hand, if you have a chance to buy a flood that hasn't been tuned up for many years, you may be able to add significant value after you buy it. Just make sure it's not too far gone.

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Granger Low   4 Jan 2023

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