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What does CSS stand for?

CSS stands for Cyclic Steam Stimulation


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The Plan contemplates the following activities for the Patos Marinza field over the next three years(1): ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reactivations 250 existing wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vertical & horizontal infill 60 wells wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Waterflood program 50 wells - reactivation and new wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cyclic Steam Stimulation Initial eight well pilot phase in 2008 Evaluation period in 2009 30 well commercial expansion in 2010 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Capital Expenditure Total: $370.
The Plan contemplates the following activities for the Patos Marinza field over the next three years(1): ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reactivations 250 existing wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vertical & horizontal infill 60 wells wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Waterflood program 50 wells - reactivation and new wells ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cyclic Steam Stimulation Initial eight well pilot phase in 2008 Evaluation period in 2009 30 well commercial expansion in 2010 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Capital Expenditure Total: $370.
IMV's core expertise is in engineering and construction management, and the company provides hands-on experience and proven expertise for conventional and in-situ steam-assisted heavy oil developments, including steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAG-D), cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) and vapor extraction (VAPEX).