How to fix 95% of all waterflood problems
If you have a waterflood problem like declining production, climbing water cut, injectivity problems, or new injection with immediate breakthrough here is what you can do to solve the problem.
Upgrade your flood with Optiflood - it is the cheapest production and reserve adds in the basin.
Without Optiflood, how can you be sure you are getting the most out of your waterflood?
One operator, after reviewing her pattern performance using only a few Optiflood elements, decided to convert another producer to injector. Change the injection pattern, change the sweep. The well was on permeability trend with two other injectors and had watered out anyway. But it made a dandy injector.
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Optiflood unlocks the the additional value cheaply
Optiflood helps us find extra production and reserves in every flood we review.
Ninety-five percent of the time Optiflood can find at least $20 million in extra reserve value.
Optiflood is a system to collect and review production, injection and pressure information in a water flood.
Optiflood allows review of how the performance of the flood changes over time.
Optiflood is not a stream line modeling tool.
Optiflood is not a grid block simulator.
Optiflood is a disciplined review framework of water flood patterns.
Here are some of the benefits of Optiflood.
1. Increase field-wide recovery
Optiflood always increases recovery by adding sweep in unswept areas of the reservoir.
2. Reduce field-wide water cut
Optiflood gets water out of reservoir areas that have high water cuts.
3. Improve under-performing patterns
The objective is to improve all flood patterns to perform as well as the best one.
4. Ensure water gets to where it's needed most
Optiflood looks for lean patterns and beefs them up.
5. Resolve injectivity problems
Optiflood critically reviews each injector with an eye to improving injectivity.
6. Make use of directional permeability to improve recovery
Taking advantage of directional permeability can more than triple recovery.
7. Determine the best VRR strategy for the field
100% voidage replacement is not always the best strategy for the reservoir. Optiflood identifies the voidage replacement best strategy.
8. Identify infill opportunities
Optiflood recommended a new infill on one small flood where all the producers had watered out. The new well we recommended came on with high initial rates and clean oil.
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Reward: Production and cash flow increase
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