Ultimate Reservoir Performance

The OOR Process stimulates naturally occurring microbes within the oil reservoir in two ways, both of which increase oil production. First, they dislodge and then uniquely break up droplets from the pore spaces within the rock matrix, which then become recoverable. Second, they also create a unique natural emulsion within high permeability thief zones (channels that divert water from pushing oil toward a production well). The emulsion temporarily diverts water within the matrix and allows for better sweep efficiency and mitigating water fingering thus allowing the water to move to other sections of the reservoir to increase contact with oil, resulting in a more efficient waterflood.
The process is all natural, no harsh chemicals are used and there are no adverse effects in the reservoir. A single well test can be easily implemented to gain important performance predictability for an entire field.