The EOR Alliance (IFP Canada)

Calgary,  AB 
Canada
http://www.eor-alliance.com
  • Booth: 24


The EOR Alliance delivers integrated EOR Solutions


 Products

  • Pre-feasibility Studies – Screening for EOR
    A detailed review of the field properties and production characteristics including geological, petrophysical, production, simulation, etc. that will result in a ranking of the best or more promising EOR technologies for specific conditions of the field...

  • Prior to beginning a project, it is important to consider which solution will be the best fit for your reservoir and individual challenges. 

    A detailed review of the field properties and production characteristics including geological, petrophysical, production, simulation, etc. that will result in a ranking of the best or more promising EOR technologies  for specific conditions of the field.

  • Laboratory studies for EOR
    Once an EOR method has been selected, it is important to evaluate the feasibility of the process for a given field and to optimize the solution at lab scale....

  • Parameters such as temperature, salinity distribution, water quality, geological heterogeneities are key uncertainties that need to be carefully investigate from the beginning of any chemical EOR project in order to ensure the robustness of the chemical EOR process ultimately at pilot and full-field scales.

  • Pilot design for EOR
    Designing a successful pilot is a key step in the EOR process; it is where the solutions developed in the laboratory are going to be tested at the field scale and it is often a make or break moment....

  • Designing a successful pilot started during the laboratory phase: the chemical formulation has to be designed correctly for the field conditions – water composition, reservoir temperature etc. But now the geology and architecture of the reservoir need to be taken into account as well. The key to success in the implementation of an EOR chemical project lies in the integration of reservoir characterization techniques, aiming at defining the reservoir and fluid response to the injection of chemicals of any origin. A simple extrapolation from core flood data to the reservoir scale (for instance in average fluid saturations calculations) is usually not valid

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