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YESSS Oil, LLC enters the market with EOR technology

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Oilfield Technology,

YESSS OIL has launched in the United States and offers efficient advancements in enhanced oil recovery (E.O.R.) with their thermal electric downhole heating systems. YESSS OIL supplies MC AAA electric downhole heater cables to complete their safe, sustainable, E.O.R. system to upstream oil producers.

YESSS OIL’s systems provide magnitude production increases while extending pump life to provide uninterrupted oil production. Produced water is greatly reduced and pump efficiencies are increased due to the elevated wellbore temperatures. Surface equipment is safe, quiet, and nearly maintenance free. YESSS OIL’s system replaces expensive surface steaming utilities or costly surfactants. YESSS’s systems require minimal CAPEX and the technology has been proven to perform for 10 years.

Adam Mackie, Director of YESSS OIL, stated: “Combining MC AAA’s proven downhole heater technology with YESSS OIL’s systems know how, will finally provide clients with an easy, dependable alternative to Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS). YESSS OIL’s solution is the right choice for wells near populace areas as it is quiet, and doesn’t require constant maintenance. Simply put, it is better for both producers and the planet.”

In addition to YESSS OIL’s acquisition process, new retrievable cable technology developed by MC AAA eliminates failure prone external splices. This allows for a more simplified dependable installation and offers significant increased power delivery. The hi-power cables reduce oil viscosity and generate ‘in situ’ steam for increased well bore flow. MC AAA’s innovations include internal conductor/resistor transitions and vast greater heater lengths. The long length, low resistant cables now allow for up to 6000 in. well depth deployments a drastic improvement over multiple spliced cable offered by others.

YESSS OIL provides safe, low risk, affordable heating solutions for wells with their performance-share lease arrangement, which offers well production increases and will remain predictable over the next decade with minimal frontend investment.

Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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