Nakasawa, a company composed of professionals specialized in designing upstream technologies and large scale equipment manufacturing, dedicated solely on servicing the Thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) niche market. During the third quarter of 2019 Nakasawa visited China’s largest heavy oil fields in Karamay, Xinjiang Province. The location is where the two (2) 60MMBTU Steam Generators equipped with Nakasawa’s patented Super Matroid Heater for PetroChina Xinjiang are currently working successfully.
The results of the Super Matroid Heater speak for themselves, with lower required treated water, lower burner fuel consumption, producing higher steam quality (up to 95%) to be injected into the oil reservoir that translates into even higher increased production than standard steam injection methods. All of this without the need for any auxiliary heat exchangers or other external equipment.
EOR techniques, specifically Cyclic Steam Stimulation have proven to be one of the top and quite possibly the most beneficial method of recuperating oil production from an aging heavy oil reservoir. With a multitude of real world before and after CSS production samples that reaffirm the Thermal EOR processes, such as Venezuela’s Faja del Orinoco Heavy Oil Fields, The Sultanate of Oman’s Mukhaizna Oil Fields, and China’s Xinjiang Oil Fields.
For this exact reason Nakasawa has since its inception solely focused on furthering the development of innovative Steam Injection technologies along with the feedback from the operators at the well sites Nakasawa has been able to achieve major milestones in the designs of their Thermal EOR equipments.
To learn more about Nakasawa’s Super Matroid Heater, please contact us directly.
NAKASAWA MINING & ENERGY LTD., integrated expertise is available to organize, streamline and deploy resources – human, material, and technology to address immediate operator challenges and accelerate value accrual from EOR Steam Injection.
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