Category: 2010

CO2 EOR and ROZ Conference Presentations...


Field Trip Summary Slides

 Our Own Debutante Party for a Special Young Lady – “ROZ”

A Recap of the 2010 Field Trip to Hess Corporation’s Seminole San Andres Unit CO2 Flood and Facilities And Legado Resource’s Goldsmith Landreth CO2 Flood (Ector Co, Tx)

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Managing a CO2 Development in a Privately Funded Environment: The GLSAU Project

Tom Thurmond

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Lockhart Crossing: Economically Efficient Reservoir Operations

Nik Wood

Denbury Resources Inc.

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 10, 2010
Midland, Texas

An Auditor’s View of Booking Reserves in CO2 EOR Projects and the ROZ

Mike Stell

Ryder Scott Company

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Oxy Fuel Turbine Technology

Siemens Energy
Clean Energy Systems

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Life beyond 80

A look at Conventional WAG Recovery beyond 80% HCPV Injection in CO2 Tertiary Floods

 David H. Merchant

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Beaver Creek CO2 Project (WY) Update

Veronica Chodur

Devon Energy Corporation

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Brookhaven Field: Conformance Challenges in an Active CO2 Flood

Michael Cain

Denbury Resources, Inc.

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

Optimization of a Mature CO2 Flood

Meisong Yan, Dengen Zhou, Scott Beaty,
Ata Sagnak, Marc Calvin, Brent Brugger

Chevron

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010

Past, Present, and Future of Mobility and Conformance Control

 A Literature Review and Survey of Lab‐scale, Pilot‐Scale, and Field‐scale Techniques (other than WAG) to Improve CO2 Flooding, and Suggestions on Future Research Directions

Jim Ammer & Al Yost

US DOE NETL

Dave Olsen

NISC –IBM

Bob Enick

Univ. of Pittsburgh

Presented at the 16th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference
December 9-10, 2010
Midland, Texas

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