Flow Assurance

Sand control microgel technolog

MontagelTM BP 50 Sand production and migration of fines leading to fines production, can present severe problems and threats to production. Even if the sand and fines do not [...]

Paraffin wax inhibitors

Paraffin is a family of saturated high molecular weight hydrocarbons. They can become problematic when the produced oil is subjected to various physical changes of pressure, [...]

Scale inhibitors

Scales are formed through the mixing of incompatible waters, that is, treatment waters and formation waters, or a disturbance in the formation water equilibrium, causing the [...]

Naphthenate inhibitors

One problem experienced in oil production systems that are handling a crude oil with a high acid number, is the formation of naphthenate precipitates. The naphthenates can [...]


SolamineTM 129 The injection of fluids into formation has a potential to introduce bacteria to the reservoir. This concerns any injected fluid, which might be contaminated [...]

Hydrate inhibitors

Free water in the form of salt brine is sometimes produced along with gas in the well stream. Low temperatures and high pressures are trigging conditions for free water and [...]

Asphaltene inhibitors

Asphaltene deposition is complex, and varies from field to field, and even within the same field. Modelling of Asphaltene is difficult, though computer simulations of [...]

Scale dissolvent

The two most common oilfield scales are calcium carbonate and barium sulphate. Other scales include calcium sulphate, strontium sulphate, iron sulphide and iron (II) [...]

Paraffin dispersants

Paraffin is a family of saturated high molecular weight hydrocarbons, and because paraffin deposition occurs in cooler temperatures, they are most commonly found in surface [...]
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