Chemicals Supply

In cooperation with production Chemicals, an independent Group of Companies which specializesin providing specialty Treating Chemicals Engineering Services to Oil and Gas producing companies, Refineries, Oil Marketing, Power generation companies and water treatment industries.

Conventional downhole treatments for corrosion (i.e. periodic batch treatments) typically introduce large amounts of inhibitor into the service environment to effect a change in the corrosion profile of the well. These treatments are designed to quickly establish an inhibitor film along the production string and reduce the corrosion level. The inhibitor film remains on the tubing until it is “stripped off by incoming fluids. Depending on the type of inhibitor, production volumes and down hole dynamics, a batch treatment can provide several days on up to a week of protection until retreatment is required. Although this treating method has been utilized for years, it is known to have undesirable side effects, either at the intended target area or downstream of the target area. Some of the drawbacks include, significant loss of active product due to non-absorption on the production string, formation damage resulting from incidental introduction of foreign fluids into the production zone, and downstream system upsets due to high feedback concentrations of inhibitor immediately after application.

Conventional downhole treatments for scale (i.e., scale squeezes) typically introduce large amounts of inhibitor into the service environment to effect a change in the scaling profile of the well. These treatments are designed to prevent scale compounds from forming and depositing along the production string, but they also are intended to provide extended life, usually on the order up to several months. for scale squeezes. Although this treating method has been utilized for

years, it may have undesirable side effects, either at the intended target area or downstream of the target area. Some of the drawbacks include; significant loss of active product due to non-absorption or precipitation as in a scale squeeze, formation damage resulting from the introduction of foreign fluids into the production zone, and downstream system upsets due to high feedback concentrations of inhibitor immediately after application.