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Mainly canada venezuela russia kazakhstan united states

CS EOR - Enhanced Oil Recovery Technology

With the advent of these inventions it will become incumbent on the authorities that Govern* the production of these very finite resources to legislate the implementation of these technologies as soon as possible so that the oil that was previously left as unrecoverable is now produced.

“The CS technology offers a possibility of flow diversion and modification in SAGD through pressure maintenance.  As such the concept is sound.  We have reviewed the patent application and we consider it feasible for mature fields where enough datacan be obtained for accurate history matching and confident forecasting of the potential flow profile alteration”Dr. ApostolosKantzas, University of Calgary June 2012

*Mainly Canada, Venezuela, Russia, Kazakhstan, United States


Mainly canada venezuela russia kazakhstan united states

CS EOR - Enhanced Oil Recovery Technology

New Patent Pending* Technology provides for substantial production increases from your standard SAGD operations

Don’t spend all of your development funds on industry standard SAGD operations when CS Pressure Assisted Recovery can dramatically and economically improve your production rates and your per well revenues.

* United States, Venezuela, PCT applications filed


Background

Background

  • Crude Solutions (CS) has been developing oil field related technologies since 1996

  • Jason Swist, owner of Crude Solutions and inventor of the EOR technology and holder of the patents, has been involved in the oil industry for 16 years

  • Jason has studied the causes of one of the major issues for all SAGD operation - incomplete sweeping of the target zones

    • Present approaches don’t sweep the entire production zones leaving vast quantities of producable oil in the ground

    • CMG STARS third party simulations of standard SAGD operations utilizing the CS EOR technologies show substantial increases in overall well production and complete sweeping of the production zones

  • CS EOR increases total well production which also positively impacts your proven and probable reserves

    • CS EOR benefits your operations with increased production and increased bookable reserves

      CS EOR … Getting you your money’s worth!


Traditional operations

Traditional Operations

SAGD mainly deploys a well pair lower in the formation. This well pair is drilled horizontally, parallel and vertically aligned with each other. One of the well is called injection well and other is placed right underneath called production well at a distance of 5m. Bitumen at reservoir conditions is immobile due to very high viscosities in the order of 1,000,000 cp. SAGD utilizes steam to give away its heat to the bitumen and thus increasing the temperature of reservoir and lowering bitumen viscosity thereby making it mobile.


Third party conclusions respecting c s eor technology

Third Party Conclusions respectingCS EOR Technology

“ITS quite obvious from the previous cases vs. standard operations that pressure was playing an important role in the start up of injector three and once the oil is heated enough and ready to be mobilized, it is drawn towards the producers by the higher pressure of injector three. Moreover, higher steam pressure from injector three overwhelms the exterior injectors and stops their injectivity by increasing the pressure in the surrounding grid blocks, which can be clearly seen in the plots and snap shots deduced from the simulation runs.”

More data, including the entire third party report and independent analysis, as well as reservoir characteristics used for all simulations, available online at www.crudesolutions.com


Traditional operations1

Traditional Operations

Standard SAGD CMG 10 Year Field Production Plot 75 Meter Separation

Traditional producer plots show consistent production

over 10 years with peak of approximately 80 cubes a day


Traditional operations2

Traditional Operations

Standard SAGD CMG 10 Year Field SOR Plot 75 Meter Separation

Field SOR for standard operation shows declining rate as oil rate increases


Cs eor vs traditional operations

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Production Simulation Iteration #1 compared to base 75 meter well pair

CS EOR operations for iteration #1 show quick uptake followed by steady rise until sustained production increases at 2300 days with peak of approximately 275 cubes a day


Cs eor vs traditional operations1

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Field SOR Simulation Iteration #1

CS EOR field SOR rates for iteration #1 compare favorably to standard operations


Cs eor vs traditional operations2

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Production Simulation Iteration #2 compared to base 75 meter well pair

CS EOR operations for iteration #2 show slower uptake followed by steady rise until sustained production increases at 2000 days with peak of approximately 250 cubes a day


Cs eor vs traditional operations3

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Field SOR Simulation Iteration #2

CS EOR field SOR rates for iteration #2 compare favorably to standard

operations until 3500 days when SOR spikes at end of production cycle


Cs eor vs traditional operations4

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Production Simulation Iteration #3 compared to base 75 meter well pair

CS EOR operations for iteration #3 show slower uptake followed by steady rise until sustained production increases at 2500 days with peak of approximately 260 cubes a day


Cs eor vs traditional operations5

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Field SOR Simulation Iteration #3

CS EOR field SOR rates for iteration #3 compare favorably to standard operations with small uptick at 3200 days when SOR spikes very slightly at end of production cycle


Cs eor vs traditional operations6

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Production Simulation Iteration #4 compared to base 75 meter well pair

CS EOR operations for iteration #4 show early uptake followed by steady rise until sustained production increases at 2400 days, with peak of approximately 550 cubes a day


Cs eor vs traditional operations7

CS EOR vs. Traditional Operations

CS EOR SAGD CMG 10 Year Field SOR Simulation Iteration #4

CS EOR field SOR rates for iteration #4 compare favorably to standard operations with rise at 2500 days when SOR spikes as injectivity precipitates production increase


Benefits to the sagd operator that uses c s eor technology

Benefits to the SAGD Operator that UsesCS EOR Technology

  • Increased production – increased revenue

  • Increased production capabilities – increased bookable reserves

  • Increased well production life – extended revenue base

  • Economical solution to existing production issues using existing drilling and completion methods

  • Patent/technology licensing ensures an even playing field for the industry

    A better bottom line for you – A better investment for your shareholders


Contact information

Contact Information

Jason Swist

Crude Solutions LTD.

503 Lougheed Court, Edmonton AB T6R 2T3

T: 780 993 8540

9725 East Navajo Place, Sun Lakes AZ 85248

T: 602 574 6045

Email: [email protected]

Legal

Adrian O'Donnell

Intellectual Property Department

Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l.

1400 - 340 rue Albert Street

Ottawa, ON, K1R 0A5

T: 613 238 2022 Ext 858 or 613 566 2858

F: 613 238 8775

Email: [email protected]


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