CSS in thin zones

CO2 injectionSteaming thin zones (down to 4 m thick) is a tricky challenge. This operator proposes to inject CO2 with high pressure steam. The combined vapor is generated at the wellhead rather than at a central facility reducing heat loss and therefore saving op cost.

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Tags: Thermal, Cut costs, Heavy Oil

Granger Low   9 Oct 2015

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