• optimization of water-based drilling fluid using non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid Using Non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid Using Non-ionic and Anionic Surfactant Additives Article (PDF Available) in Procedia Engineering 148:1184-1190 · December 2016 with 376 Reads

  • optimization of water-based drilling fluid using non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid Using Non-ionic

    Drilling fluid with better rheological and filtration properties control are required to optimise the performance of oil well drilling. In this study, a non-ionic and anionic surfactant was used as an additive in water-based drilling fluid to optimize their rheological and filtration properties.

  • optimization of water-based drilling fluid using non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid using Non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid using Non-ionic and Anionic Surfactant Additives Putri Yunitaa,*, Sonny Irawana, Dina Kaniab aPetroleum Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi

  • optimization of water-based drilling fluid using non-ionic

    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid Using Non-ionic

    The rheology of water-based drilling fluid was taken after being hot rolled for 16hours at 250oF and 275oF, while the filtration tests were conducted at temperatures up to 300oF. It was found that non-ionic and anionic surfactant in water-based drilling fluid improved rheological and filtration properties. Moreover, surfactant additives are 41

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    Optimization of Water-based Drilling Fluid Using Non-ionic

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  • anionic surfactant for enhancing the performance of water

    Anionic Surfactant for Enhancing the Performance of Water

    Drilling fluid with better rheological and filtration properties control are required to optimise the performance of oil well drilling. In this study, a non-ionic and anionic surfactant was used

  • shale problems and water-based drilling fluid optimisation

    Shale problems and water-based drilling fluid optimisation

    Shale problems and water-based drilling fluid optimisation in the Hassi Messaoud Algerian oil field Article (PDF Available) in Applied Clay Science 49(4):383-393 · August 2010 with 1,811 Reads

  • emulison based drilling fluids: an overview request pdf

    Emulison based drilling fluids: An overview Request PDF

    Drilling fluid with better rheological and filtration properties control are required to optimise the performance of oil well drilling. In this study, a non-ionic and anionic surfactant was used

  • emulison based drilling fluids: an overview request pdf

    Emulison based drilling fluids: An overview Request PDF

    Drilling fluid with better rheological and filtration properties control are required to optimise the performance of oil well drilling. In this study, a non-ionic and anionic surfactant was used

  • nfluids inc. canadian nanotechnology energy service

    nFluids Inc. Canadian Nanotechnology Energy Service

    nForcer™ is a multi-functional nanoparticle-based additive for oil- and water-based drilling fluids. Unlike conventional additives, nForcer™ provides multiple benefits and has the potential to replace other products and form a backbone of the next generation in drilling fluids.

  • evaluating the effects of monovalent and divalent salts

    Evaluating the Effects of Monovalent and Divalent Salts

    Therefore a non-inhibitive water-based drilling fluid (water-based mud without the presence of sodium, calcium and potassium ions) was designed to achieve the mud’s primary functions as mentioned earlier. Although it is the mud engineer’s motive to prepare a fluid that is capable of performing its functions during the drilling operation

  • drilling fluid technology: performances and environmental

    Drilling Fluid Technology: Performances and Environmental

    environmentally-benign drilling fluids,designing non-toxic drilling fluids and foams as alternatives to toxic OBM which are moreover difficult to remove from the drill hole. 2.4 Optimization of drilling fluid performances Drilling optimization in oilfields is usually formulated by using mathematical models. In

  • effect of surfactant chemistry on drilling mud performance

    Effect of surfactant chemistry on drilling mud performance

    The effect of drilling fluid structural variables and composition that are: nature of surfactant polarity, HLB and dispersed phase volume fraction were equally put into perspective on drilling fluid functions critical to successful operations. This includes: cuttings transport (low-shear viscosity), ROP (plastic viscosity), cuttings suspension

  • using water based drilling fluids to improve drilling

    Using Water Based Drilling Fluids To Improve Drilling

    Using Water Based Drilling Fluids To Improve Drilling Performance. Ellie Meyers, Senior Drilling Engineer at Chevron and Ryan Siemens, Drilling Engineer at Encana examine how using formate brine and other water-based drilling fluids can improve drilling performance.

  • water-based drilling fluid systems schlumberger

    Water-Based Drilling Fluid Systems Schlumberger

    Schlumberger water-based drilling fluids are for a range of conditions: low formation temperatures, land shale, environmentally sensitive areas, and more.

  • sonny irawan google scholar citations

    Sonny Irawan Google Scholar Citations

    Optimization of water-based drilling fluid using non-ionic and anionic surfactant additives. P Yunita, S Irawan, D Kania. Procedia Eng 148, 1184-1190, 2016. 18: 2016: Transesterification Reaction for Synthesis of Palmbased Ethylhexyl Ester and Formulation as Base Oil for Synthetic Drilling Fluid. NSHA Habib, R Yunus, U Rashid, YH Taufiq-Yap, ZZ Abidin, AM Syam, Journal of oleo science

  • evaluating the effects of monovalent and divalent salts

    Evaluating the Effects of Monovalent and Divalent Salts

    According to the World Oil annual classification of fluid systems, there are nine distinctive categories of drilling fluids that are in use today . However, drilling fluids are usually classified based on the continuous phase (water-based fluids, oil-based fluids and pneumatic (gas) fluids) with the continuous phase determining the type of

  • modification of bentonites with nonionic surfactants

    Modification of bentonites with nonionic surfactants

    The use of organophilic bentonites as additives in organic-based drilling fluids has long been a subject of study, but few studies have focused on the modification of these clays with nonionic surfactants.

  • drilling fluid

    Drilling fluid

    Water based drilling fluid has very little toxicity, made from water, bentonite and barite, all clay from mining operations, usually found in Wyoming and in Lunde, Telemark. There are specific chemicals that can be used in water based drilling fluids that alone can be corrosive and toxic, such as hydrochloric acid. However, when mixed into

  • water-based drill-in fluid optimization using

    Water-Based Drill-In Fluid Optimization Using

    Cleaner drill-in fluids with low solids content have been developed for use when drilling through a producing zone in an attempt to mitigate the extent of damage caused by leak-off. These fluids should not only provide excellent fluid loss prevention, but also exhibit the rheological characteristics needed to perform the traditional functions of conventional fluids. Even though these fluids

  • experimental study on the effects of cement contamination

    Experimental study on the effects of cement contamination

    Experimental study on the effects of cement contamination in a water based mud. Drilling mud is used to ensure save and cost-effective drilling operations. In every phase of the drilling operation, contaminants are encountered which directly affect the properties of the drilling mud. The severity of drilling mud contamination depends on the type of drilling mud used, the type of contaminant

  • wettability alteration of carbonate rock by nonionic

    Wettability alteration of carbonate rock by nonionic

    The influx of solid or liquid particles of drilling mud into the pores of rock or mud loss phenomenon and clay swelling can sometimes lead to severe productive formation damage and cause to wettability alterations of reservoir rock from hydrophilic to oleophilic. Therefore, designing an appropriate fluid that is compatible with formation fluids and could reduce reservoir damage and increase

  • potential evaluation and optimization of natural

    Potential Evaluation and Optimization of Natural

    Drilling cost optimization has always been an important issue in the petroleum industry. In order to save costs and create new markets for local materials, Ofo (D. micocarpum) and food gum (C. populnea) powders were evaluated in this study at high temperature as alternative to imported chemical additives in water based drilling fluid. The base mud composed of alkali beneficiated local clay

  • casing-design optimization with caml technique

    Casing-Design Optimization With CAML Technique

    The validation reveals that, if the synergistic approach is applied, the number of casing strings is reduced by approximately 26% in comparison to a conventional casing design. The paper also proposes a best-practice guideline of how to synergize the CAML drilling technique and drilling-fluid performance to optimize the casing-design program.

  • drilling fluid selection and formulation (chemistry

    Drilling fluid selection and formulation (chemistry

    The first was the identification and evaluation of compounds for use in water-based drilling fluids that generate highly efficient (or isolation) membranes on the borehole wall in shale formations. The second was the development of functional drilling fluid formulations with these compounds. OnePetro. doi: 10.2118/78159-MS. Society of Petroleum Engineers. SPE-78159-MS. SPE/ISRM Rock Mechanics

  • evaluation of non-ionic and anionic surfactants

    Evaluation of Non-Ionic and Anionic Surfactants

    Water-based mud (WBM) is known as the cheapest drilling fluid that possess other advantages such as environmentally friendly and non-hazardous. Compared to oil-based mud (OBM) or synthetic-based mud (SBM), WBM is more largely used in oil and gas exploration. In this study, new no-ionic surfactant and anionic surfactant were evaluated as an additive in WBM.

  • influence of an ionic liquid on rheological and filtration

    Influence of an ionic liquid on rheological and filtration

    Ionic liquids have attracted significant research interest due to their unique thermal stability. In this paper, the influence of a water-soluble ionic liquid on the rheological and filtration properties of water-based drilling fluids at high temperature is investigated.

  • hec schlumberger oilfield glossary

    HEC Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary

    A nonionic cellulose derivative with hydroxyethyl groups attached to the polymer structure.HEC is used as a viscosifier in brines and saline fracturing fluids, workover fluids, completion fluids and drill-in fluids. It gives pseudoplastic rheology but essentially no gel strength development.HEC offers little fluid-loss control, other than its rheological effects.

  • effect of surfactant chemistry on drilling mud performance

    Effect of surfactant chemistry on drilling mud performance

    The effect of drilling fluid structural variables and composition that are: nature of surfactant polarity, HLB and dispersed phase volume fraction were equally put into perspective on drilling fluid functions critical to successful operations. This includes: cuttings transport (low-shear viscosity), ROP (plastic viscosity), cuttings suspension

  • lubricants schlumberger

    Lubricants Schlumberger

    Formulated to decrease coefficient of friction, torque, and drag in water-based drilling fluids. Product Sheet STARGLIDE ROP-enhancing Lubricant Reduces torque, drag, and the potential for differential sticking by reducing the coefficient of friction of water-based mud.

  • water-based drilling fluid systems schlumberger

    Water-Based Drilling Fluid Systems Schlumberger

    Schlumberger water-based drilling fluids are for a range of conditions: low formation temperatures, land shale, environmentally sensitive areas, and more.

  • drilling fluids can help push the limits of erd wells

    Drilling Fluids Can Help Push the Limits of ERD Wells

    to 3 -5 vol%, but more in highly weighted or dirty drilling fluids. With increasing depth, maintain desired concentration with regular additions of fresh lubricant. §For solid lubricants, treat whole mud system, typically using 1 to 5 vol%, though more may be required with highly weighted or dirty drilling fluids.

  • veratherm high-temperature water-based drilling fluid

    VeraTherm High-Temperature Water-Based Drilling Fluid

    Drilling wells with bottomhole temperature exceeding 300 degF requires the use of high-temperature-stable, water-based drilling fluids. Formate brines and supplemental thermal stabilizers are used to help extend the thermal stability of conventional polymer-based drilling fluids. However, this approach fails to provide the long-term thermal

  • emulsifiers used in designing emulsion based drilling fluids

    Emulsifiers Used in Designing Emulsion Based Drilling Fluids

    Abstract. Emulsion drilling fluids have shown improved performance compared to water based fluids in the field. However, emulsion stability which is indicated by the resistance of the chemical emulsifier against contaminant (anhydrite, cement, sodium chloride, ions of calcium and magnesium and others) is always a concern.

  • potential evaluation and optimization of natural

    Potential Evaluation and Optimization of Natural

    Drilling cost optimization has always been an important issue in the petroleum industry. In order to save costs and create new markets for local materials, Ofo (D. micocarpum) and food gum (C. populnea) powders were evaluated in this study at high temperature as alternative to imported chemical additives in water based drilling fluid. The base mud composed of alkali beneficiated local clay

  • emulsion based drilling fluids: an overview

    Emulsion Based Drilling Fluids: An Overview

    The development of emulsion based drilling fluids has counter balanced some of the undesirable characteristics of water-based drilling fluids. These characteristics are mainly due to the properties of water; specifically its abilities to dissolve salts, to intervene with the flow of

  • saltwater mud schlumberger oilfield glossary

    saltwater mud Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary

    The primary use of saltwater mud is to drill salt strata that are prone to dissolution when exposed to other types of drilling fluid. A saturated salt mud is used to drill salt to prevent hole enlargement. In hot, plastic, salt zones, the hole may close inward unless extremely high mud weight is maintained.

  • starch schlumberger oilfield glossary

    starch Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary

    Derivatized starches, such as hydroxypropyl and carboxymethyl starches, are used in drill-in fluids, completion fluids and various brine systems as well as in drilling-mud systems. The use of starch typically causes a minimal increase in viscosity while effectively controlling fluid loss.

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