Life after primary heavy oil

net pay mapIn an area and formation that is very popular for primary heavy oil recovery schemes, this operator is proposing a thermal upgrade -- even during a time of poor commodity pricing. They are using existing pads and currently producing wells and hoping to increase recovery by five times.

They also show their net pay and structure mapping for several horizons. We found this using AppIntel.

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Tags: Thermal, Heavy Oil

Granger Low   7 Mar 2016



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