Led by talented scientists and the engineers, OPT well production team provide professional services to our clients including production analysis, damage identification, treatment design, and post-treatment evaluation. Customized and innovative chemical products and technologies are developed and applied successfully in fracturing, acidizing, water control and wellbore cleanup treatment of various oil and gas wells around the world.

For the proppant fracturing, in addition to the cost-effective borate crosslinked guar fracturing fluid (OPTiFrac) for most hydraulic fracturing applications, OPT R&D and engineering team has also developed and commercialized N2 foam fracturing fluid (E-Frac) to enhance production in fracturing low pressure or water sensitive reservoirs, the dual-crosslinked CMHPG fracturing fluid (EZFrac) in fracturing high temperature reservoirs up to 375℉, and surfactant-based fracturing fluids (SurFrac) to reduce friction and proppant pack damage in order to maximize fracturing treatment efficiency.

For unconventional especially shale gas or oil fracturing, OPT slick water and self-crosslinked fluid systems (HVFR up to 300℉) together with superior flowback surfactant can help our clients unlock their unconventional resources both effectively and economically.

For acid stimulation of carbonate reservoirs, in addition to regular mineral acids, organic acids and polymeric gelled acids (SGA), high-performance emulsified acid (EAT) and surfactant-based viscoelastic acid (CAT) have been developed to improve worm-holing process and maximize post-treatment production in stimulation of carbonate reservoirs up to 350℉.

In addition to regular mud acids and organic mud acids for sandstone acidizing, deep penetration acids (DPA) and high temperature (up to 400℉) chelant-based sandstone acids (EZStim) have been developed and applied in stimulation treatment of sensitive and ultra-high temperature sandstone formations. In order to maximize post-treatment oil and gas production, viscoelastic diverting acids (MGA) are generally used together with main treatment acids in acidizing high water-cut sandstone reservoirs.