Stimulation Solutions

High specification ceramic proppants

Proppant is the term given to any material that is added to a fracturing fluid with the purpose of holding open the fracture and creating a medium with greater permeability [...]

High-temperature stabilizers

Linear gel may dehydrate due to exposure to high-temperature, causing a loss of viscosity and risk of screen-out – cessation of pumping due to loss of fracture width which [...]


SimulsolTM SL 11 W Surfactants are chemicals containing hydrophilic and hydrophobic groups (water and oil soluble groups respectively) and primarily reduce the interfacial [...]

Fluid breakers for fracture clean-up

In general, a fracturing fluid may break after time, due to extended exposure to reservoir pressure and temperature, however, breakers are used in cross-linked systems to [...]

Foaming agents for foamed fracturing

AmonylTM 380 BA SimulsolTM SL 10 SimulsolTM SL 11 W In low-pressured reservoirs (either naturally under-pressured or depleted reservoirs), the concern is that during a [...]

VES fluid fracturing system

Viscoelastic surfactants (VES) are a non-polymer viscous fluid, that uses the hydrophilic and hydrophobic characteristics of the micelles in surfactants to create viscosity [...]

Selective stimulation operations

A major challenge in acidizing treatments is to achieve optimum coverage of the reservoir interval, particularly in long wellbore sections. The most common method is to use [...]

Gelling agents

Gelled acids can be used in acidizing treatments for carbonate reservoirs for two reasons; to increase the wormholing efficiency of the fluid, and also as a diverting agent. [...]
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