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Paper presented at the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference, March 13–14, 2018
Paper Number: SPE-189716-MS
... Abstract This paper presents the preliminary results of a Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) trial in a horizontal well for the first time in the State of Kuwait. The horizontal well was completed in a viscous crude oil bearing shallow unconsolidated sandstone reservoir of Middle Miocene age...
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Paper presented at the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference, February 15–16, 2017
Paper Number: SPE-184971-MS
... Abstract Surface movement of a field under cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) is induced by the thermal processes used to extract bitumen from the reservoir. The ground movement can be related to reservoir dilation and compaction and provides a record of the effect of injection and production...
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Paper presented at the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference, June 9–11, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-174427-MS
... Abstract In a heavy oil field producing through cyclic steam stimulation, one of the most complex and time spending tasks, for the reservoir team, is scheduling steam injection across the field. Because there are so many wells, optimizing steam quota and soaking time are usually calculated...
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Paper presented at the SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference, June 9–11, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-174446-MS
... relative permeability CSS recompaction pressure viscosity cyclic steam stimulation injectivity dilation pressure Upstream Oil & Gas quadratic model dilation-recompaction parameter steam injectivity reservoir permeability dilation-recompaction model oil production rock compressibility...
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Paper presented at the SPE Heavy Oil Conference-Canada, June 10–12, 2014
Paper Number: SPE-170139-MS
... Model and Base Model with Geomechanics Figure 11 Comparison of Pore Volume between Base Model and Base Model with Geomechanics Abstract Cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) is a commercial in situ recovery method that involves injecting steam into formations at high pressure to reduce...
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Paper presented at the SPE Heavy Oil Conference-Canada, June 11–13, 2013
Paper Number: SPE-165462-MS
... recovery techniques, which include steam flood, combustion, and cyclic steam stimulation (CSS). To date, the CSS process has demonstrated considerable promise based on performance from the Unocal Buffalo Creek Phase 2 pilot and through the application of C-SAGD, a CSS variant designed for the Grosmont...
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Paper presented at the SPE Heavy Oil Conference Canada, June 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-157810-MS
... recovery processes, first, the process must lower the viscosity of oil and second, a drive mechanism must be present to move the mobilized oil to a production well. For the Guantao oil column, the recovery process transitioned from a Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) process to a Steam- Assisted Gravity...
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Paper presented at the SPE Heavy Oil Conference Canada, June 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-150703-MS
... is evaluated as a follow-up process to Cyclic Steam Stimulation in a deep thick heavy oil reservoir. The reservoir simulation model is obtained from a history-match to existing cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) field data. The results demonstrate that an additional 33% oil recovery is reached by using an air...
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Paper presented at the SPE Heavy Oil Conference Canada, June 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-150592-MS
...-to-purpose well-placement drilling and the optimized cyclic steam stimulation combined technology to successfully develop the thin, heavy oil reservoir of JinXYZ within the economic margin. On the other hand, steamflooding had been proved to be an effective stimulation for thin, heavy oil reservoirs...

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