Gas flood nears 45% recovery

net pay mapCan gas injection still improve recovery and production?

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The operator of this flood has just stopped decades of gas injection into this pool. The operator claims the recovery factor of is a whopping 45% for this cretaceous pool near Edmonton.

This shows that many pools can benefit from long term gas injection even without being over miscible pressure. Likely this reinjection strategy will prove just as effective today as it has been in the past.

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If your gas is stranded without connection to a gas pipeline, immiscible gas injection may improve your oil recovery.

We usually think only the massive Devonian reefs in North West Alberta have benefited from gas injection.

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Tags: Gas Injection, Flood

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This page last updated 11 Jan 2022.
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