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Oil recovery


 


Curt Stauffer
412-508-1809
11632 Frankstown Road #125
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
sales@oil-well-steam.com

We sell steam generators, boilers and related equipment for enhanced oil recovery.
 
We also do consulting for the steam injection process.

We have boilers that use produced water for steam generation.

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Recover oil with steam
Enhanced oil recovery



Cyclic or Huff n Puff

Inject steam into an oil well until
pressure builds up to heat the oil
to allow for pumping recovery.



Pictured above is steam flooding.

After several Cyclic injections and
oil recovery decreases, one of the central
wells is designated as the injection well.
Steam is injected and the oil is pushed
to outer wells surrounding the injection well.
These outer wells are the producing wells.



Pictured above is a once through steam
generator. 

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Steam pressure, steam temperature,
steam flow rates and steam quality are critical
for the successful recovery of oil.

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U.S. Department of Energy facts

�� Most heavy oil recovery is by thermal methods,
including steam injection and, to a lesser extent, insitu
combustion, and cyclic steam injection.
�� Thermal technologies have been applied to produce
heavy oil resource in shallow (less than 3,000 feet)
reservoirs, particularly in California.
�� These technologies have generally been applied to
large fields that can achieve higher return on
investment due to lower costs per barrel of
incremental oil recovered.
�� Efficient thermal EOR technology could enable
nearly two-thirds of the resource in-place to be
recoverable from favorable shallow heavy oil
fields.
�� Additional production of up to 500,000 Bbl/d is
possible with further development of the resource.
�� Proven technology is applicable to nearly half of
the remaining resource (shallower than 3000 feet).
�� New technology is required to address resources
deeper than 3000 feet and the more shallow but
environmentally-sensitive Arctic resources.