Forest plans EOR at West McArthur River
Waterflood expected to help oil recovery; pilot calls for one injection well; three wells currently producing combined 1,270 bpd
Forest Oil has applied to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission for a pilot waterflood at the West McArthur River unit on the west side of Cook Inlet.
Forest wants to inject water into an offshore oil pool in the Hemlock formation at a depth of 9,251 to 9,438 feet below sea level to improv....
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First production in 1991
Producing wells hydraulically lifted
No estimate of EOR effect
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