After oil is extracted, it must be treated using completion chemicals. Also known as brine, they can increase oil production by limiting reservoir damage. So, operations can continue without any maintenance issues forcing things to stop.

Protect Sensitive Oil-Producing Equipment

Emulsifiers, stabilizers, corrosion inhibitors, and other chemicals all impact oil production. They promote scale-free production and prevent corrosion from impacting company equipment. As a result, overhead is lower when quality chemicals are used in the production process.

Stabilize Well Piping Pressures and Prevent Blowouts

Combined with workover fluids, completion chemicals control the pressure in the well’s pipes. That decreases the odds of a blowout from excessive pressure buildup, halting production.

By managing the circulating pressure, it’s possible to extend the coil spring lifespan. So, replacements won’t be necessary as often as a result.

Control Liquid Viscosity During Well Operations

Viscous liquids don’t flow as easily, contributing to excess friction. Emulsifiers make it easier for additives to dissolve into liquids, affecting their viscosity.

Tightly controlling viscosity during operations can prevent wear and tear from impacting production.

Sealants Prevent Outflow in Cases of Piping Perforation

Adding sealants to a well can protect the water from contamination in the event of a puncture. This enhances resource recovery since less is lost through perforations. By using them, companies can improve production while also protecting the environment.

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