DAKS™ Content Release
Our latest content release is now available in DAKS! This includes 51 Field Evaluation Reports and covers 60 reservoirs from across the globe.
Agua Fria Production Unit (Mexico) – Water injection pilots in this low-perm turbidite sandstone reservoir in the Chicontepec Paleocanyon area proved disappointing due to sensitive mineralogy, but recovery was aided by multi-zone hydraulic fracturing.
Presidente Aleman Production Unit (Mexico) – Low-perm turbidite sandstone reservoir in the Chicontepec Paleocanyon area, developed by hydraulically fractured wells and boosted by infill and step-out drilling.
Buracica (Brazil) – Braided-fluvial and aeolian Sergi reservoir, onshore Recôncavo Basin, with exceptionally low reservoir pressure. Recovery was improved by water injection, with later-life immiscible CO2 injection.
Frade (Brazil) – Heavy oil field in the deep-water Campos Basin. Faulted turbidite slope-channel complex, developed with horizontal producers and vertical water injectors. Production interrupted for 18 months by a seabed blowout.
Loudon (USA) – Onstream since 1938, this Illinois Basin field with multiple shallow-marine sandstone reservoirs, was initially supported by gas injection, then later by waterflooding and infill drilling, and surfactant-polymer pilots. Assessed for CO2 sequestration potential.
Farnsworth (USA) – Mature Anadarko Basin field. After 55 years of waterflood-supported production from high net-to-gross Pennsylvanian fluvial-estuarine sandstones, a major WAG/ carbon-sequestration project using anthropogenic CO2 begun in 2010.
All the reports included in this release were chosen for updating due to the publication of significant new engineering information, new production data, new reserve/resource information and/or revised geological models. This update includes a wide global spread of reports, including: 32 from North America, 6 from Asia-Pacific, 5 from Latin America, 4 from Europe, 2 from Africa, and 2 from the Middle East.
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