Evaluation of the damage mechanism in your well is the key to implementing a successful solution. We offer products ranging from common acids to specially formulated blends based on careful evaluation of which products will maximize the success of treatment.

EXAMPLES OF FORMATION DAMAGE

Multiple damage mechanisms may  simultaneously or sequentially be contributing to the well's under performance.

 

Sampling and thorough evaluation greatly enhance the success rate and reduce the risk of secondary consequences of the wrong treatment.

PROCESS OVERVIEW

TROJAN SERIES PRODUCTS

Our product line also includes conventional acids, clay control additives, products for H2S & surfactants

  • All of the benefits of Xylene, but safer and easier to handle

  • Vaporizes slower for less volatility

  • Alternative to conventional solvent

  • Good for paraffin issues that hinder production and or are blocking other treatments from working

  • Best for plugged-off or flow-impaired tubing/casing and near-wellbore organic matter blockages

  • Trojan C + organic acid

  • Targets cementous material and carbonate-based mineral scales with or without polymer-metal complexes

  • Treatment will dissolve cement damage, most shales, mixed mineral scales, and polymer sludge

  • Digests iron sulfide without making H2S

  • Formation water compatibility tests should be performed to confirm the absence of secondary precipitates that could form as the organic acid is neutralized

  • Organic salt-based dispersant and anti-clay swelling agents blended with non-foaming surfactants and chelators to bind multi-valent ions that complex with dehydrated / coagulated polymers

  • Good for swollen clays, shale fill/fines, and metal ion-polymer complexes

  • Breaks down fine, but compacted material and polymer-metal complexes

  • Best for damage or impairments that need to be dispersed but are otherwise not responsive to fresh water or when formations are sensitive to freshwater

  • Trojan C  + inorganic acid (HCL), clay stabilizer and surfactant that targets tough mineral scales

  • Additives in the blend Inhibit formation of H2S from Iron sulfide

  • Corrosion protection and H2S inhibitor enable placement through tubing / tools

  • Use as economical alternative to Trojan CG or when HCl is specifically beneficial to attack difficult mineral scale

  • Oxidizer + organic acid to break down damage caused by organic matter, polymer damage, iron sulfide, and bacteria

  • Best for damage induced by organic matter (oils, asphalt & paraffin, and bacteria) and polymers (guar, xanthan, and polyacrylamide)

  • Less corrosive and more effective on the specified damage mechanisms than traditional acids

  • oes not produce H2S when digesting iron sulfide

  • Conventional Acids (HCl, Acetic, Citric, Formic, etc.)

  • Clay Control Additives

  • H2S Inhibitors and Corrosion Inhibitors

  • Foaming and Non-Surfactants

  • Emulsion Breakers

  • Biocides

CONTACT US:

 

PO Box 6687

Shreveport, LA 71136

info@emeraldsurf.net

 

T: 866-290-5029
 

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