This week's installment of the CERM Knowledge Series highlights some important terms that are used frequently when talking about enhanced oil recovery and The CERM Project.
Merriam Webster defines a road map as "a detailed plan to guide progress to a goal." A huge part of the CERM Project is developing a road map for the implementation of carbon dioxide EOR in Trinidad and Tobago. This road map is a strategic plan to achieve the large scale application of carbon dioxide as an enhanced oil recovery process.
The image above is an illustration of a typical road map for a CO2EOR project. The steps outlined here represent the intermediate goals and practical steps on the way to accomplishing the main objective.
The second installment of the CERM Knowledge Series is here! This week we're talking about different methods of Enhanced Oil Recovery.
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In an effort to increase awareness of Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery we are launching the CERM Knowledge Series! This series aims to provide background information to those who may not be familiar with CO2EOR. The focus will mainly be on concepts and processes relevant to The CERM Project.
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The CERM Project is a collaboration between academic institutions, The University of the West Indies (UWI) and The University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT), and Government Energy Institutions - the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries (MEEI), PETROTRIN and the National Gas Company (NGC) toward sustainable development of known oil reserves using Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery.