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Well-Stimulant Applications


The surfactant is surface active agent that preferentially adsorb at the interface and lower the surface tension (or interfacial tension) between two liquids or between a liquid and a solid.

Surfactant may act as detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, and dispersants and are utilized for these purposes in oil industry. The advent of enhanced oil recovery technologies has facilitated increased use of surfactant. Our oilfield surfactant are the specialty oilfield chemicals that are used in drilling, production and well stimulation operations.


Non Emulsifier


Non-Emulsifier is used to prevent the formation of stable emulsion between clear brine completion fluids and reservoir crude oil. Water based fracturing  fluids can form emulsions  with the residual  oil in the formation during or after fracturing or during other stimulation treatments. Such  an emulsion can block the fractures and cause formation damage. The main function of a Non-Emulsifier.


Water Foamers


The Water Foamer is used to foam the water and condensate in gas wells which are loaded up in the well and thus create problems in flow assurance. Our product increases the flow 

rate of the well by lowering the hydrostatic head on the formation and allows the well to unload the fluid, achieving a higher rate of production.


Acid Corrosion Inhibitor


Spectrachem co-inhibitor which is designed to inhibit hydrochloric acid corrosion during acidizing treatment. It is recommended to use corrosion inhibitors in acid treatments, e.g. matrix acidizing, acid fracturing, or in sand control treatments. The use of highly acidic fluids leads to severe corrosion, where our Acid Corrosion Inhibitor counters the same.

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