2007 Ultra-Deepwater

Development of a Research Report and Characterization Database of Deepwater and Ultra-Deepwater Assets in the Gulf of Mexico, including Technical Focus Direction, Incentives, Needs Assessment Analysis and Concepts Identification for Improved Recovery Tech

Subcontractor: Knowledge Reservoir, LLC

Principal Investigator: Joe Lach
Project Number Project Status
07121-1701 Completed
RPSEA Project Manager: Charlotte Schroeder
Participants
Louisiana State University; Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
February 3, 2009 December 15, 2010
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$1,999,685.00 $1,599,685.00 $400,000.00
Project Objectives

The project will identify improved recovery opportunities in the early stages of field development planning, such that facility and well designs can be optimized to take advantage of those opportunities. Additionally, opportunities for improved recovery in producing fields will be assessed, as will current and near-future technologies for improved recovery. The project will include characterization of deepwater and ultra-deepwater reservoir assets and compile and categorize key causes of trapped and remaining hydrocarbons in such reservoirs. The prioritization of technology gaps in improved recovery methods will also be addressed as specifically related to deepwater and ultra-deepwater reservoirs, with the aim of identifying leading concepts for future research, investment, development, testing and deployment /application.

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Reports
File Type Date
IOR for Deepwater Gulf of Mexico ( 8.2 MB ) Final Report 12/10