August 27, 2019

As part of a Joint Industry Project focused on studying flow control devices (FCDs) for steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) operations, a new device was investigated that inhibits the influx of steam while allowing the flow of emulsion into a production well. This new device was tested in C-FER Technologies’ laboratory using a high-temperature, multi-phase FCD flow loop and a three-phase FCD erosion loop, and in the field at Cenovus and Suncor sites. Details of the test program and the performance results of the new FCD device are presented in a paper co-authored by Daniel Booy.

The paper will be presented at the upcoming SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in Calgary, Alberta on October 2, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. The presentation will be at Palomino A-C. You will learn about the performance of this new FCD, specifically its ability to limit steam breakthrough in thermal operations.

The entire paper – “Laboratory and Field Testing of a Steam-Limiting Flow Control Device Developed for Thermal Applications” – is available through the 2019 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition.

Daniel Booy is a Senior Research Engineer in the Production Operations department at C-FER. His focus is on experimental testing of FCDs.

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