dspp wrote:Thank you, but I know enough for now about waterflood in fractured reservoirs. What I am after are good survey or field-specific papers on WoS.
I had a look around OnePetro, but most of the papers give a quite brief description of the reservoir before delving into a tangential technical topic. The best one I could find on Clair was SPE-96316-MS, though I'm not sure if it will tell you much that you're not already aware of. Sorry that it's not very helpful, but it seems like it's hard to find something public at the right level of detail.
dspp wrote:If that situation (scenario 1) were to arise then HUR would have no questions to answer. All investors have been fully informed of the situation. If they haven't read the material, or don't understand it, and have chosen to invest nonetheless then they need to go take a good long look in the mirror.
Absolutely - I probably came across the wrong way. I meant to underline that it would be very hard to make Lancaster a full field development in such a scenario, and particularly in any way that sees the current shareholders retain value.