This paper examines the feasibility of cyclic natural gas injection for the enhanced recovery of light oil from waterflooded fields. Approximately 40 percent of water-flood residual oil was recovered in corefloods using two huff ‘n’ puff cycles at immiscible conditions. Gross gas utilizations were as low as 3 MSCF/STB. Response to cyclic injection contrasted favorably with immiscible WAG displacement. Coreflood results and numerical simulation indicated that incremental oil was not highly sensitive to remaining oil saturation. Predicted field recovery could be improved by managing offset wells. Response to cyclic gas injection was mostly dependent upon the amount of gas injected, suggesting that there will be a maximum economic slug size in field applications. Results indicated that repressurization and gas relative permeability hysteresis are the major oil recovery mechanisms.