Hydraulic fracturing chemicals and fluids technology [electronic resource] / Johannes Karl Fink.
- 1st ed.
- Waltham, Mass. : Gulf Professional Pub., 2013.
1 online resource (249 p.)
- Oil wells -- Hydraulic fracturing.
- Electronic books.
- When classifying fracturing fluids and their additives, it is important that production, operation, and completion engineers understand which chemical should be utilized in different well environments. A user's guide to the many chemicals and chemical additives used in hydraulic fracturing operations, Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals and Fluids Technology provides an easy-to-use manual to create fluid formulations that will meet project-specific needs while protecting the environment and the life of the well. Fink creates a concise and comprehensive reference that enables the engineer to
- Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 General Aspects; Stresses and Fractures; Fracture Initialization Pressure; Pressure Decline Analysis; Comparison of Stimulation Techniques; Action of a Fracturing Fluid; Stages in a Fracturing Job; Simulation Methods; Productivity; Fracture Propagation; Proppants; Fluid Loss; Foam Fluid; Discharge Control; Testing; Proppant Placement; Slickwater Fracturing; Erosion; Fluid Leakoff; Damaged Well; Crosslinked Fluids; Special Applications; Coiled Tubing Fracturing; Hydrajet Fracturing; Tight Gas; Shale Gas; Coalbed Methane
References2 Fluid Types; Comparison of Different Techniques; Expert Systems for Assessment; Oil-Based Systems; Foam-Based Fracturing Fluids; Acid Fracturing; Encapsulated Acids; In situ Formation of Acids; Fluid Loss; Gel Breaker for Acid Fracturing; Special Problems; Corrosion Inhibitors; Iron Control in Fracturing; Enhanced Temperature Stability; Chemical Blowing; Frost-Resistant Formulation; Formation Damage in Gas Wells; Characterization of Fracturing Fluids; Rheologic Characterization; Zirconium-Based Crosslinking Agent; Oxidative Gel Breaker; Size Exclusion Chromatography
Assessment of ProppantsReferences; 3 Thickeners; Polymers; pH Responsive Thickeners; Mixed Metal Hydroxides; Thickeners for Water-based Systems; Zirconium-based Crosslinking Composition; Guar; Hydroxyethyl Cellulose; Biotechnologic Products; Gellan Gum and Wellan Gum; Reticulated Bacterial Cellulose; Xanthan Gum; Viscoelastic Formulations; Miscellaneous Polymers; Lactide Polymers; Biodegradable Formulations; Concentrates; Thickeners for Oil-based Systems; Organic Gel Aluminum Phosphate Ester; Increasing the Viscosity of Diesel; Viscoelasticity; Viscoelastic Thickeners
Enhanced Shear Recovery AgentsReferences; 4 Friction Reducers; Incompatibility; Polymers; Environmental Aspects; Carbon dioxide Foamed Fluids; Polymer Emulsions; Oil-External Copolymer Emulsions; Poly(acrylamide) with Weak Labile Links; References; 5 Fluid Loss Additives; Mechanism of Action of Fluid Loss Agents; Fluid Loss Measurement; Action of Macroscopic Particles; Additive Chemicals; Granular Starch and Mica; Depolymerized Starch; Controlled Degradable Fluid Loss Additives; Degradation of Fluid Loss Additives; Succinoglycan; Scleroglucan; Poly(orthoester)s; Poly(hydroxyacetic acid)
PolyphenolicsPhthalimide as a Diverting Material; Viscoelastic Additives; Degradation of Fluid Loss Additives; References; 6 Emulsifiers; Oil-in-Water Emulsions; Invert Emulsions; Water-in-Water Emulsions; Oil-in-Water-in-Oil Emulsions; Microemulsions; Solids-Stabilized Emulsion; Biotreated Emulsion; References; 7 Demulsifiers; Basic Action of Demulsifiers; Desired Properties; Mechanisms of Demulsification; Stabilization of Water-Oil Emulsions; Interfacial Tension Relaxation; Chemicals; Chelating Agents; References; 8 Clay Stabilization; Properties of Clays; Swelling of Clays; Montmorillonite
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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