Thermal Recovery of Oil and Bitumen. Roger M. Butler
ISBN: 0139149538,9780139149535 | 496 pages | 13 Mb
Thermal Recovery of Oil and Bitumen Roger M. Butler
Pairs of parallel horizontal wells, one for steam and one for production, make it possible to recover bitumen continuously from oil sands. Shen, Co-Chairman, said "this technology has been proven successful in an CNOOC limited offshore project, and Sunshine Oilsands' research of the "multi-component thermal fluid thermal recovery technology" gives a possible indication that it could work economically in bitumen reservoirs". This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced reservoir engineer with well-developed technical knowledge of thermal recovery to join a financially stable, entrepreneurial oil sands organization with an excellent track record of success. The pilot will use three parallel horizontal wells with electrical cables to conduct heat throughout the targeted bitumen formation. In the Athabasca region for future development. Than 20% with conventional techniques, Dhinsa says . GLJ's development profile of Grizzly Oil Sands ULC is a private, Calgary-based oil sands exploration and production company focusing primarily on the development of oil sands resources using thermal recovery methods. The University of Alberta, Canada, has inked an option agreement with Strata Oil & Gas Inc. These leases include the Hangingstone, Chard, Corner and Thornbury areas which are expected to contain approximately 1.7 billion barrels of recoverable bitumen resources. Grizzly's independent engineering firm, GLJ Petroleum Consultants, estimated the Thickwood Thermal Project will ultimately recover approximately 107 million barrels of bitumen in their report dated December 31, 2011. Daybreak extends drilling program to seven wells at California oil project May 17, 2013 Daybreak Oil and Gas, Inc. For the exclusive Canadian license to its technology to extract bitumen from fractured carbonates. April 19, 2013 - Reducing fresh water use and enhancing oil recovery in oil sands development are among five new pilot projects supported by Alberta's The project is designed to develop the bitumen in a reservoir that is too viscous for conventional production, but does not require as much heat as most current thermal projects. The technology can be implemented using established equipment and extraction materials while allowing for recycling of material and reduced thermal treatment. GLJ identified 1.8 billion barrels of exploitable bitumen in place and has assigned 824 million barrels of contingent resource as a best estimate using steam assisted gravity drainage and Grizzly's ARMS development model.
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