Hess in the Media: Unraveling the Bakken's EOR complexity
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Hess in the Media: Unraveling the Bakken's EOR complexity

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03.13.2018

Building on the many years of experience it built in its Permian Basin enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations, Hess began an EOR R&D project in 2015 in the Bakken Shale. In 2016 the company drilled a gas injection and a production well targeting the Middle Bakken at Ross Field in Mountrail County, N.D., in the company's Red Sky acreage as part of the project.

E&P Magazine recently spoke to Dougie McMichael, director of Bakken well factory planning and execution at Hess, about the company's EOR efforts.

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