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Earth boring, well treating, and oil field chemistryBelow are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 02/05/2015 > patent applications in patent subcategories.
01/29/2015 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.
20150031588 - In situ microemulsions used as spacer fluids: Nanoemulsions, miniemulsions, microemulsion systems with excess oil or water or both (Winsor III) or single phase microemulsions (Winsor IV) may be formed in situ during hydrocarbon recovery operations after drilling with OBM or SBM using one or more fluid pills. The nanoemulsions, miniemulsions, microemulsion systems with excess oil or water... Agent: Baker Hughes Incorporated01/22/2015 > 4 patent applications in 4 patent subcategories.
20150024975 - Invert emulsion fluids: Invert emulsion fluids comprising a fatty dimer diamine having 28 to 48 carbon atoms per molecule and an acid or an acid derivative and methods of using such invert emulsion fluids for the treatment of at least a portion of a subterranean formation are provided. The invert emulsion fluids can... Agent:
20150024976 - Predicting properties of well bore treatment fluids: Methods and systems for predicting properties of well bore treatment fluids are disclosed. An embodiment includes a method of predicting fluid properties comprising: determining an operational window for a well bore fluid system; collecting data at vertices of the operational window; and developing a model comprising predicted properties for a... Agent:
20150024977 - Method for inhibiting the plugging of conduits by gas hydrates: A method for inhibiting the plugging of a conduit containing a flowable mixture comprising at least an amount of hydrocarbons capable of forming hydrates in the presence of water and an amount of water, which method comprises adding to the mixture an amount of a functionalized dendrimer effective to inhibit... Agent:
20150024978 - Low-toxicity, low-flammability, environmentally-safe, friction reducer fluid for hydraulic fracturing: Improved hydraulic fracturing compositions are disclosed which help reduce potential negative environmental impact by hydraulic fracturing. The disclosed compositions have flammability and toxicity and are relatively safe for the environment. The compositions may also contain biodegradable components.... Agent:01/15/2015 > 4 patent applications in 4 patent subcategories.
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