waterflood


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waterflood

(ˈwɔːtəˌflʌd)
n
a flood or overflowing of water
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The assets include approximately 42,600 net acres of land, three oil batteries and associated pipelines, along with the necessary water infrastructure to facilitate the existing seven waterflood projects and initiate up to eight additional waterflood projects.
The Company is making significant progress with implementing the full scheme on its waterflood projects.
Welge [7] proposed that waterflood sweep efficiency could be obtained by water cut and water saturation curves.
Waterflood technique On the company's main projects, he said that in Oman North Block 9 and 27, the company plans to continue waterflood expansion to maintain reservoir pressure and improve recovery, continue exploration and development campaign to increase production and reserves, and go ahead with its facility expansion plans to capture additional barrels from exploration success and waterflood response.
One of the major factors hindering the success of a waterflood is poorly understood heterogeneous rock.
These production levels are now being managed to allow the planned water injection wells to be drilled and the waterflood to become fully operational.
a provider of fluid injection technology for oil recovery and groundwater restoration, today announced that a Calgary-based integrated oil and gas company will use Powerwave to increase production in a southern Alberta waterflood.
United Heritage Corporation (NASDAQ:UHCP), Cleburne, Texas, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, UHC New Mexico Corporation has completed an initial phase of its remedial work program designed to begin returning idle wells to production in preparation for waterflood operations in the Cato San Andres Unit located in Chaves County, New Mexico.
A successful program is underway to further develop the complex reservoir and extend the waterflood.
The acquisition effectively transfers TTI's oilfield tracer testing services for waterflood optimization and enhanced oil recovery ("EOR") developments to CFT's laboratories in Tulsa, OK.
These assets include 42,600 net acres of land, three oil batteries and associated pipelines, along with the necessary water infrastructure to facilitate the existing seven waterflood projects and initiate up to eight additional waterflood projects.