Water flood for ever and ever

two people riding a motorbike under the seaThis flood, started before 1961, is still worth optimizing.

Without AppIntel, how would you find out what your neighbors are doing with their floods? With Appintel, you get an email every time someone modifies a flood within 15 miles of you.

This applicant is still adding new injectors, changing sweep, and getting new reserves to this 60 year old flood. Well run water floods can add reserves for many decades.

This property has changed hands many times. You can see net pay maps from each of the past owners' applications. Get them in moments from our self serve web portal.

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Optimization of a flood like this includes new injectors and infill producers. It may not seem very sexy, but it has lasting impact on reserve additions.

Using processes like Proven Reserves' Optiflood can cheaply add oil reserves in a time when capital is constrained. We found this information using AppIntel.

Each AER application contains your neighbor's perspective on the exploitation of oil and gas formations. Applications contain more technical data even than SPE papers.

Would you like to see what other operators in your areas are thinking about seismic, multifractured wells, polymer schemes and recovery? AppIntel can help.

Tags: Flood, Exploration

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