Engineering

ENS5564 Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources

Final Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enhanced Oil recovery using CO2

 

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Abstract

 

 

 

Table of Contents Abstract i 1.Introduction 1 1.1 Overview 1 1.2 Background 1 1.3 Objectives 1 1.4 Significance 1 2. CO2-EOR today: An oil production tool 2 2.1. What is CO2-EOR? 2 2.2. What happens to the injected CO2? 2 2.3. Has CO2-EOR been used to store CO2? 2 2.4 Recovery Methods and Processes 2 3. Storage Capacity 3 3.1 Adding storage to CO2-EOR: Minimum requirements for EOR+ 3 3.2 EOR+: Three models – Conventional, Advanced, Maximum StorageThe economics of increasing CO2 storage through CO2-EOR: Illustrative cases 3 3.3 Capital and operating costs 3 3.4 The “CO2 supply price” 3 3.5 The oil price received by EOR+ operators 3 3.6 NPV of the different EOR+ models 3 3.7 Price drivers for Conventional, Advanced and Maximum Storage EOR+ 3 3.8 Issues on Implementing Storage in conjunction with EOR 3 4.0 The global technical potential for EOR+ for CO2 storage and oil production is large 3 4.1 The aggregate technical potential for storage and oil recovery 4 4.2 Geographic distribution of technical potential 4 5.0 Annex 1. Technical aspects of a hypothetical CO2-EOR+ case study 4 6.0 Production and injection profiles 4 7.0 Summary 4 8.0 Conclusion 4 References 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1.Introduction

 

1.1 Overview

<Provide a brief introduction, set the scene>

 

 

 

1.2 Background

<Clearly define the objectives of this project>

1.3 Objectives

<Clearly define the objectives of this project>

 

 

1.4 Significance

<State the significance of this project. What are the expected benefits?>

 

 

 

 

 

2. CO2-EOR today: An oil production tool

2.1. What is CO2-EOR?

Information in File 1 and 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.2. What happens to the injected CO2?

Information in File 1

 

 

2.3. Has CO2-EOR been used to store CO2?

Information in File 1

 

2.4 Recovery Methods and Processes

Information in File 2

 

 

 

3. Storage Capacity

Information in File 2

3.1 Adding storage to CO2-EOR: Minimum requirements for EOR+

Information in File 1

 

3.2 EOR+: Three models – ConventionalAdvancedMaximum StorageThe economics of increasing CO2 storage through CO2-EOR: Illustrative cases

Information in File 1

 

3.3 Capital and operating costs

Information in File 1

 

3.4 The “CO2 supply price”

Information in File 1

 

3.5 The oil price received by EOR+ operators

Information in File 1

 

3.6 NPV of the different EOR+ models

Information in File 1

 

3.7 Price drivers for Conventional, Advanced and Maximum Storage EOR+

Information in File 1

 

3.8 Issues on Implementing Storage in conjunction with EOR

Information in File 2

 

4.0 The global technical potential for EOR+ for CO2 storage and oil production is large

Information in File 1

 

4.1 The aggregate technical potential for storage and oil recovery

Information in File 1

 

4.2 Geographic distribution of technical potential

Information in File 1

 

5.0 Annex 1. Technical aspects of a hypothetical CO2-EOR+ case study

Information in File 1

 

6.0 Production and injection profiles

Information in File 1

 

 

 

 

 

7.0 Summary

Information in File 2

8.0 Conclusion

Information in File 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

File 1 and 2

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