Historical and continuing technology application at a giant heavy oil field
Discovered in 1899 and estimated to hold over 3.5 billion bbl of original oil in place, Kern River Field was a sleeping giant until the late 1960s, when steamflooding began and production ramped up from 19,000 bopd to over 142,000 bopd by the mid-1980s.
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