• MGA® - Multi-functional Gelled Acid

    Diverting the treatment fluids to target zones and increasing oil production rate are crucial in acid stimulation of complex sandstone reservoir. MGA used in sandstone stimulation treatment can not only divert acid to improve zonal coverage, but also behave as relative permeability modifier to increase oil production and reduce water-cut. Operational simplicity and non-damaging nature of MGA reduces operational risks and improves flowback of treatment fluids.

  • UniFrac® - Guar Replacement Fracturing Fluids

    UniFrac fluids are often utilized whenever normal crosslinked guar and derivatives are not readily available. UniFrac fluid is composed of metal crosslinked polyacrylamides. The robust crosslink chemistry leads to many advantages of UniFrac systems compared to conventional borate or zirconium crosslinked guar or guar derivative systems.

  • SurFrac® - Surfactant Based Fracturing Fluids

    Surfactant molecules tend to form larger micelles with viscoelastic properties. Optimal fracturing properties can be achieved by utilizing surfactant chemical technologies. Compared to conventional crosslinked guar fracturing fluids, SurFrac presents better fluid properties with less friction pressure, minimal formation and fracture damage, and simple field operational procedures. The technical data sheet below summarizes the characteristics and benefits of SurFrac systems.

  • SGA® - Self-diverting Gelled Acid

    SGA fluids consist of HCl mixed with a gelling agent and a pH sensitive crosslinker. SGA fluids can block the growth of wormholes by temporarily forming a gel barrier (crosslinked gel) in the wormhole while the acid reacts with carbonate rocks, thereby reducing the loss of fluid from the wormholes. SGA is designed for homogeneous stimulation of the formations in order to maximize the production of the carbonate oil or gas reservoirs.

  • HVFR® - High Viscosity Friction Reducer

    Friction Reducing Agent KHF027LV is a slurry of an anionic high molecular weight polyacrylamides. Conventional Friction Reducers (FR) lower the pumping friction when the fluid is pumped at a high rate. However, it will not give viscosity and viscoelasticity for the fluid and thus, the proppant suspension capability is low. Unlike the regular FR, the High Viscosity Friction Reducer (HVFR) not only reduces friction, but also provides viscosity to the fluid for better proppant suspension.