Report summarySuplacu de Barcau is a shallow, heavy oil field in the northeast of the Pannonian Basin. It is one of the oldest and largest examples of in-situ combustion (ISC) production in the world. The field was brought onstream in 1961, initially using conventional methods. However, early results were disappointing and a pilot steam drive (SD) and ISC programme was implemented. In 1970, a full-scale commercial ISC programme was initiated.The ISC method, as applied at Suplacu de Barcau, involves ...
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