Dioxeon

CO2-flood Optimization

Tachyus' Data Physics platform powers the Dioxeon web application that producers can leverage to cut costs and increase oil production in CO2-flood operations.

Minimize Opex

Cut processing costs by reducing CO2 injection and production while maintaining oil production.

Increase Oil Production

Predict production response and redistribute CO2 accordingly.

Maximize Recovery Factor

Optimize vertical and areal sweep.

Increase Efficiency

Empower engineers to accomplish more in less time.

Forecast Financial Impact

Visualize the financial impact of modifications on field-wide performance.

Streamline Surveillance

Smart algorithms drive data exploration and decision-making.

Data Physics has been used to model thousands of injection rate modifications. Predicted financial impact has been validated across more than half a dozen fields.

“The Tachyus technology is revolutionary for the petroleum industry in how it combines the robustness of the known physics and the speed of modern data science.”

Dr. Ganesh Thakur

Former SPE President and Chevron VP & Fellow

How Dioxeon Works

Dioxeon users can leverage fast optimization algorithms to mitigate risk while determining the best possible use of CO2. The Tachyus platform enables engineers to explore millions of scenarios rapidly so that instead of manually sifting through vast quantities of data, you can focus on managing trade-offs between cutting costs, increasing oil production and maximizing recovery across a range of operational and development plans for your CO2-flood.

Tachyus’ Data Physics integrates the same fundamental physical principles found in traditional reservoir simulators with data science techniques such as machine learning to rapidly predict and optimize CO2-flood response. Engineers use Dioxeon not only to decide where and how much to inject, but also to validate the underlying predictive models powering the Tachyus platform.

Engineers can explore a wide range of visualizations of past pattern performance, potential CO2 redistribution plans and expected drilling response. Dioxeon reports are accessible on huge command center displays, workstations, and tablets in the field. It has never been easier for engineers to keep track of CO2-flood operations and to share reports and analysis with colleagues.