The Plano-based oil company makes its money by injecting carbon dioxide into depleted petroleum fields to recover lost production, and the integration of Encore will more than double the potential of its enhanced oil recovery (EOR) assets.
Anticipated tertiary production from Encore properties in the Rocky Mountains (Montana and Wyoming) fits nicely into Denbury’s overall EOR program, said chief executive officer Phil Ryhoek, and will provide production growth in 2015 and beyond, about the time when the company’s Gulf Coast tertiary fields are expected to hit production peaks.
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