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2-162242 - How Emerson is helping EOR Increase Eagle Ford Production 30-70%

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Enhanced Oil Recovery is changing the profitability curve in the Eagle Ford, and is positioned to greatly enhance the production levels in the developing West Texas shale plays as well. Injecting Natural Gas instead of flooding with CO2 is a developing method that is already showing promise. Companies like EOG have gone public saying that initial testing done in 2017 show additional liquid oil gains of 30-70% in multi-year-old Eagle Ford wells. Injecting produced natural gas back into the already fracked well essentially is applying a solvent to oily rock. The solvent washes out the lighter liquids that often are trapped by asphaltites flowing into the cracks caused by production after hydraulic fracturing. Knowing how much natural gas is injected is a crucial part of the process.


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