In-Situ Upgrading Process Offers Potential for Heavy-Oil Recovery
In this work, the authors developed a numerical model of in-situ upgrading (IU) on the basis of laboratory experiences and validated results, applying the model to an IU test published in the literature.
Reservoir: Assume Nothing is Totally Conventional
Unconventional development has made it clear to Erdal Ozkan that conventional theory overlooks a lot of potentially productive rock. He talks about looking for ways to do better as part of JPT’s tech director report.
Completions: Squeezing Out More Recovery
Completion engineers feel pressure to maximize production per acre and minimize the downsides of fracturing in tight spaces. Terry Palisch, talks about promoting knowledge sharing as part of JPT’s tech director report.
Research Progresses on Improving Subsea Produced Water Measurement Sensors
Widening the use of subsea separation and produced-water reinjection or discharge systems to unlock oil resources depends on improving subsea water-quality measurement.
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27 March 2020