The Super Matroid Heater™ (SMH) and Super Matroid Cyclone™ (SMC) are two innovative systems created by the Nakasawa team using Super Matroid technology, which ensures increased profits from produced oil, resulting in a higher value projection.
WHAT IS SUPER MATROID TECHNOLOGY?
This technology allows for increased heat transfer to the reservoir and greater thermal efficiency, improving surface- and reservoir-level steam quality to increase reservoir productivity.
HOW DOES Super Matroid Heater™ (SMH) DIFFER FROM Super Matroid Cyclone™ (SMC)?
Nakasawa develops solutions tailored to fit its clients’ specific needs. That is why the company is pleased to present two of its most recent innovations, dedicated to transforming the oil industry:
- The Super Matroid Heater™ (SMH): The SMH is a complete system, dedicated to generating and injecting high-quality steam into oil wells. It consists of an advanced technology that encourages additional oil production, reduces costs, and decreases operating time through a more sustainable, and thus profitable, process.
- The Super Matroid Cyclone™ (SMC)The SMC solution is available for customers with conventional once through steam generators (OTSGs) who are looking to boost their productivity. SMC technology can easily adapt to any conventional OTSG, guaranteeing the same results as the SMH.
WHERE CAN SMH TECHNOLOGY BE APPLIED?
Nakasawa SMH and SMC can be applied in Cyclic Steam Injection (CSI) projects to increase the recovery factor of heavy crude oil reservoirs by delivering high-quality steam to the bottom of the wells. Its applicability can also be extended to Continuous Steam Injection Projects, such as CSI (Continuous Steam Injection multiple or single array) and SW-SAGD / SAGD; HASD.
HOW DOES SUPER MATROID HEATER TECHNOLOGY DIFFERENTIATE FROM CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGY?
Thanks to its cutting-edge technology of steam generation, the SMH and the SMC encourage additional oil production, reduce costs, and decrease operating time through a more sustainable, and thus profitable, process, which generates the following benefits:
- Steam with a quality at or above 95%.
- 12% less feedwater and fuel gas consumption.
- Over 15% increase in oil production compared to conventional OTSG techniques.
- Up to 25% savings in operational costs.