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Earth boring, well treating, and oil field chemistry

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08/07/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.

20140221256 - Low-temperature breaker for well fluid viscosified with a polyacrylamide: A method for treating a zone of a well with a viscosified fluid is provided, wherein the fluid is adapted to break in the well. The method includes the steps of: (A) introducing a well fluid into the zone of the well, wherein the well fluid includes: (i) a water... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

20140221257 - Well treatment fluids and methods utilizing nano-particles: Disclosed embodiments relate to well treatment fluids and methods that utilize nano-particles. Exemplary nano-particles are selected from the group consisting of particulate nano-silica, nano-alumina, nano-zinc oxide, nano-boron, nano-iron oxide, and combinations thereof. Embodiments also relate to methods of cementing that include the use of nano-particles. An exemplary method of cementing... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

07/31/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.
07/24/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.

20140206582 - Completion fluid for reducing friction between metal surfaces: A liquid mixture reduces the friction between two surfaces, at least one of which is moving with respect to the other such as tubing moving within the casing of an oil or gas well. The mixture includes an oil, a suspending agent, polymer particles and a surfactant.... Agent: Coil Chem, LLC

20140206583 - Wellbore servicing fluid having hydrophobically modified polymers: Embodiments of the present disclosure include a wellbore servicing fluid that includes a diluent, a hydrophobically modified polymer, and a base. The base provides the wellbore servicing fluid with a pH of greater than 10. The presence of the base in the wellbore servicing fluid helps to minimize changes in... Agent: Dow Global Technologies LLC

07/17/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.

20140200168 - Treatment fluid containing a corrosion inhibitor polymer of a carbohydrate and quaternary amine: A treatment fluid comprises: water; a carboxylate; and a corrosion inhibitor, wherein the corrosion inhibitor is environmentally-friendly, biodegradable, and is a polymer, wherein the polymer comprises a carbohydrate backbone and a quaternary amine functional group; wherein a test fluid consisting essentially of the water, the carboxylate, and the corrosion inhibitor,... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

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