February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2

Features

Cockrell Ranch Waterflood: What Wireless Network?

The Cockrell Ranch Waterflood project is an ambitious enhanced oil recovery project located in the Texas panhandle. Cano Petroleum uses state-of-the-art technology and methods to recover oil from wells that would have once been considered ‘tapped.’ The waterflooding process uses pressurized water to move through the formation, driving raw crude oil out of the ground from wells. Boss Automation of Spearman, TX was hired to design and install the discrete automation platform and a control network to monitor pressure and flow of this water into the wells. With their experience in automation, control and process optimization, the project evolved into the design and imple

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