Jumping on the gas injection band wagon
What to do with solution gas? Many operators are injecting it into their oil pools if it's too small to gather and sell.
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It's being tried elsewhere in the province, so this applicant is proposing to inject solution gas into their pool. They believe that they can boost their recovery factor by 50% over primary. We found this using AppIntel.
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Injection solution gas can save some processing and transportation cost. If the plant gate value of the solution gas is small, it may be worthwhile to re-inject it. Those economics also consider compression and field distribution costs as well as the incremental oil recovery it might add. More and more operators are proposing such a scheme even though it has operational problems.
This applicant included his net pay map showing his proposes injector placement. You can also follow up and find out how it affect oil recovery.
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Tags: Gas Injection, Flood, Cut costs
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