Non-condensable gas injection and SAGD infills

map of infill patternInjecting non-condensable gas and drilling infills in the same patterns is creating some excitement for this SAGD operator. He believes these combined with his special sense of timing will improve resource recovery by another 30%. We found this using AppIntel.

Operators are finding non-condensable gas injection very trendy. More and more SAGD operators are adding this steam saving feature. SAGD infills have been around for several years. But the combination of these two strategies has promise.

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Tags: Thermal, Heavy Oil

Granger Low   21 Mar 2016

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