Drilling deeper, longer and more challenging wells has been made possible by improvements in drilling technologies, including more efficient and effective drilling fluids. Drilling fluids, also referred to as drilling mud, are added to the wellbore to facilitate the drilling process by suspending cuttings, controlling pressure, stabilizing exposed rock, providing buoyancy, and cooling and lubricating.
While the technology and chemistry of drilling fluids have become much more complex, the concept has remained the same. Drilling fluids are essential to drilling success, both maximizing recovery and minimizing the amount of time it takes to achieve first oil.

Products & Uses

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It is used in oil and gas well treatments to clean the wellbore. It is normally blended with other acids such as hydrochloric acid in order to enhance performance.

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It is used to increase the density of drilling fluids. It is the most widely used drilling weight material due to its high specific gravity.

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It is used in drilling muds for controlling borehole stability while also aides in extracting drill cuttings from the bit.

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Bio Polymer is a type of high molecular weight Xanthan Gum biopolymer. It used to viscosify water-based drilling and completion fluids. It is primarily a viscosity modifier for Freshwater and Salt Saturated Muds. It can be used to enhance their rheology, ensuring efficient whole cleaning. It provides optimum whole cleaning and suspension qualities.

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Bio Polymer is a type of high molecular weight Xanthan Gum biopolymer. It used to viscosify water-based drilling and completion fluids. It is primarily a viscosity modifier for Freshwater and Salt Saturated Muds. It can be used to enhance their rheology, ensuring efficient whole cleaning. It provides optimum whole cleaning and suspension qualities.

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It is used as a drilling completion, work over, perforating and packer fluid, widely used in the Drilling Industry. It is commonly used to prepare clear brine work over and completion fluids. It can be used to achieve rapid density Increases with minimal volume addition. It also prevents inhibitions preventing the Hydration and migration of swelling clays.

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It is used as a Bridging and a weighing agent used in drilling. It is used to increase mud density and is preferred to Barite as it is acid Soluble. It is grinded in three sizes Coarse, Medium and Fine.

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Caustic Soda is used to maintain or increase pH. Increasing pH with caustic soda precipitates magnesium (Mg2+) and suppresses calcium (Ca2+) in high-hardness waters such as seawater, reduces corrosion, and neutralizes acid gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S).

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It is used to reduce pH and remove calcium when drilling cement to reduce the potential of crosslinking polymers from iron.

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It is used as a viscosifier.

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Lime is used as an economical source of calcium for flocculating bentonite slurries (spud mud) for improved hole cleaning. Since it is only slightly soluble in water, it is used to maintain an excess of insoluble Lime in a wide range of both water- and oil-based systems.

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It is used to provide rheology Stability and filtration Control in all types of water-based Drilling Fluid Systems. It is an economical and very effective filtration control additive. It works well in all water including fresh water, highly saline water, hard water and can be used effectively in most mud systems. It reduces fluid Loss and increases viscosity.

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It is used to control fluid density, rheology, or alkalinity.

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It ensures improved fluids recovery at shakers and less dilution required to maintain properties as the high hardness of the Micro Dense particles prevents creation of fines in the fluid system. It is acid soluble, making it suitable for reservoir sections.

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It is used to create Potassium Chloride brine Systems. The desired density is obtained by mixing dry potassium Chloride with water. Potassium Chloride Brine Systems offer excellent Shale Stabilization in sensitive clay formations.

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It is used in water-based drilling fluids to improve lubricity and shale stability and extends the temperature stability. It can meet various drilling challenges, ideal for use in high angle drilling, extended rich drilling, deep and sub salt applications.

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It is used to form clear workaround and drilling fluids with densities of 8.4-12.5 lbs/gal. It is monovalent and is therefore one of the preferred salts (brines) for drilling into a reservoir. Brines of this type avoid the scaling (precipitation) that other salts would otherwise produce.

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It is commonly used to prepare clear brine work over and completion fluids. It is used to flocculate and increase the density of the drilling fluid to overcome high down well gas pressures.

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It is used to treat most types of calcium ion contamination in freshwater and seawater muds.

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It is a modified sodium sulphonated asphaltic compound. Its versatile mud conditioner contributes to the stability of drilling fluids, stabilizes shale, inhibits dispersion of drilled solids, reduces torque and drag, controls high temperature water loss and acts as an alternative to oil usage etc. and aids emulsification of oil.

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It is used to treat most types of cement contamination in freshwater and seawater muds.

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It is effective as a scavenger at the pH levels found in drilling fluids. It is recommended that a pH above 10 be maintained whenever H2S is expected. This high alkalinity converts the dangerous H2S gas to less toxic bisulfide (HS-) and sulfide (S2-) ions.
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