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Earth boring, well treating, and oil field chemistry

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10/02/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.

20140296113 - Removal of inorganic deposition from high temperature formations with non-corrosive acidic ph fluids: A method of servicing a wellbore in a subterranean formation comprising preparing a wellbore servicing fluid comprising an amino multicarboxylic acid chelating agent, a pH adjusting compound, and an aqueous base fluid, and contacting the wellbore servicing fluid with scale deposits on a surface in fluid communication with the wellbore... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

  
09/25/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.

20140287967 - Water-soluble polymers for oil recovery: The present invention refers to the use of anionic water-soluble polymers being partially or totally neutralized with an organic counter-ion for oil filed application, especially tertiary oil recovery steps.... Agent: S.p.c.m. S.a.

20140287968 - Wellbore servicing compositions and methods of making and using same: A method of servicing a wellbore in a subterranean formation comprising preparing a wellbore servicing fluid comprising an amino polyether multicarboxylic acid chelating agent and/or an amino polyether multicarboxylic acid chelating agent precursor, and an aqueous base fluid, and contacting the wellbore servicing fluid with scale deposits on a surface... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

  
09/18/2014 > 9 patent applications in 8 patent subcategories.

20140274815 - Modified deformed reinforcement fibers, methods of making, and uses: The invention relates to modified reinforcement fibers for use in a variety of applications. The modification includes crimping linear or straight reinforcement fibers to create a deformed or different shaped reinforcement fiber. Examples of the shaped fibers resulting from crimping include w-shaped, s-shaped, z-shaped and wedge-shaped.... Agent: Forta Corporation

20140274816 - Drilling fluid additive for loss circulation and wellbore strengthening: A method for controlling the loss of drilling fluid from an oil well borehole into formations penetrated by a drill bit is disclosed by which resilient graphitic carbon particles having a resiliency greater than about 130% rebound after compression to 10,000 psi; a degree of graphitization greater than 85%, as... Agent: Superior Graphite Co.

20140274817 - Methods and compositions for stimulating the production of hydrocarbons from subterranean formations: Methods and compositions for stimulating of the production of hydrocarbons (e.g., formation crude oil and/or formation gas) from subterranean formations are provided. In some embodiments, the compositions are emulsions or microemulsions, which may include water, a terpene, and a surfactant. In some embodiments, methods of selecting a composition for treating... Agent:

20140274818 - Spherical pellets containing common clay particulate material useful as a proppant in hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells: Ceramic propping agents include a plastic clay, aluminosilicate network modifier, strength enhancing agent, and binder. Usable strength enhancing agents can include nepheline materials having 0.1 to 5 percent iron oxide by weight. A resin coating can be used to encapsulate particles of the ceramic propping agent. The propping agent can... Agent: Brownwood Clay Holdings, LLC

20140274820 - Degradable polymers and method for fracking applications: The present disclosure is directed degradable polymers. The polymers are solid when maintained under substantially dry conditions at a temperature of up to about 90 degrees C. When contacted with water at a temperature of up to about 90 degrees C., however, the polymers initially remain solid for a period... Agent: Danimer Scientific, LLC

20140274819 - Proppant with polyurea-type coating: Proppants for hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells are coated with a polyurea-type coating. In a preferred embodiment, the polyurea-type coating is formed by contacting a polymeric isocyanate with an amount of water and a blowing catalyst at a rate and quantity sufficient to generate a reactive amine in... Agent:

20140274821 - Reinforced hydraulic fracturing fluid proppant and method: Composite mixtures are disclosed that include: (a) proppant, and (b) fibers, and/or (c) one or more of an organic binder, wax, gel, oil or polymeric binder. A method for improving the engineering properties of proppants includes adding one or more of the materials to the proppant, and mixing them for... Agent: Stabilizer Solutions, Inc.

20140274822 - Oxidative breakers in a silicone based suspension: An oxidative breaker system for use in reducing the viscosity of a polysaccharide-based or derivatized polysaccharide-based suspension includes a silicone carrier fluid, an oxidizer, and a suspension aid. The suspension aid is preferably fumed silica. The oxidizer may be selected from the group consisting of alkali metal peroxide, transition metal... Agent: Cesi Chemical, Inc.

20140274823 - Hydrocarbon removal compositions and methods of use: Hydrocarbon recovery compounds that can be used as flowback agents and other purposes are disclosed. The compounds reduce water blockage when injected into a fractured reservoir. The composition includes a sorbitan emulsifier, ethoxylated wetting agent, and detergent.... Agent: U.s. O'neill Industries, Inc.

  
09/11/2014 > 12 patent applications in 6 patent subcategories.

20140256599 - Method of inhibiting the formation of gas hydrates using amidines and guanidines: The present invention relates to methods of inhibiting the formation or agglomeration of gas hydrates using amidines or guanidines. The invention further relates to compositions comprising amidines or guanidines that find use as gas hydrate inhibitors, as well as processes for preparing alkylated amidinium or guanidinium salts.... Agent: Eco Inhibitors As

20140256600 - Oleaginous microbial lubricants: Provided are drilling fluids having delay-released lubrication, the drilling fluids comprising a drilling mud and an oleaginous microbial cell, methods of using and making such drilling fluids, and drilling rigs comprising such drilling fluids. Also provided are lubricants comprising an oleaginous microbial cell. Uses for the lubricants include metal working... Agent: Solazyme, Inc.

20140256601 - Predispersed waxes for oil and gas drilling: Herein disclosed is a method for producing a predispersed wax product comprising: operating a high shear device having at least one rotor/stator, configurable for a shear rate of at least 20,000 s−1; introducing wax and a carrier liquid into said high shear device; and forming a dispersion of wax in... Agent: H R D Corporation

20140256602 - Drilling fluid that when mixed with a cement composition enhances physical properties of the cement composition: According to an embodiment, a drilling fluid comprises: water and a set accelerator, wherein the drilling fluid has a 10 minute gel strength of less than 20 lb*ft/100 sq ft, wherein the drilling fluid has a density in the range of about 9 to about 14 pounds per gallon, wherein... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

20140256603 - Alkyl polyglycoside derivative as biodegradable spacer surfactant: A spacer fluid comprising: (a) water; and (b) an alkyl polyglycoside derivative, wherein the alkyl polyglycoside derivative is selected from the group consisting of sorbitan fatty acids; functionalized sulfonates, functionalized betaines, an inorganic salt of any of the foregoing, and any combination of any of the foregoing. Preferably, the spacer... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

20140256604 - Cationic viscoelastic surfactant with non-cationic corrosion inhibitor and organic anion for acidizing: A treatment fluid and method treating a zone of a subterranean formation penetrated by a wellbore. The treatment fluid includes: (i) water; (ii) a strong acid; (iii) a cationic viscoelastic surfactant; (iv) an anionic organic component having at least 4 carbon atoms; and (v) a non-cationic corrosion inhibitor; wherein the... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

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