Rijn (Netherlands) – An Offshore Dutch oilfield, reservoired in Lower Cretaceous sandstones, rejuvenated after 11 years’ shut-in by 10 new producers and water injectors, with ESPs and corrosion inhibitors.
Goldeneye (UK) – UK Central North Sea, gas-condensate field. High-quality sandstone reservoir with strong aquifer drive, abandoned in 2011 after 7 years production and 69% recovery factor.
Bigoray Nisku-D&E (Canada) – Fractured, Devonian pinnacle-reef carbonate reservoir. Light oil production shut-in in 2015, then resumed in 2017 following additional drilling, with plans for miscible flood.
Edvard Greig (Norway) – Triassic fluvial-aeolian reservoir with permeabilities up to 16 Darcies, produced through 10 horizontals supported by five downdip horizontal water injectors.
Alvheim (Norway) – Norwegian complex of oil-with-gas pools in high-quality, submarine-fan lobe sands, produced under strong aquifer drive through horizontals and multilaterals completed with sandscreens, ICDs and gas lift.
Erha (Nigeria) – One of Nigeria’s first deep-water developments. Light, waxy oil produced from heterogeneous turbidite-channel complexes, with water and gas injection optimized through 4-D seismic.
Akpo (Nigeria) – Nigerian ultra-deep-water development. Multiple submarine-fan reservoirs contain volatile oils to gas-condensates, which are produced with support from water and gas injection.