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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. 06/13/2013 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories.
20130150267 - Magnetically controlled delivery of subterranean fluid additives for use in subterranean applications: Various compositions are provided herein that include a composition that includes a well bore treatment fluid and a magnetically-sensitive component that includes a subterranean fluid additive. In some instances, the magnetically-sensitive component may be a ferrogel. In some instances, the ferrogel may include a polymer matrix and a magnetic species.... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
20130150268 - Gel hydration unit: A fracking fluid hydration unit is provided that has a plurality of hydration tank sections wherein shear is added to the hydrated fluid flow via a recirculation hydrated fluid jetting system.... Agent: Advanced Stimulation Technology, Inc.
20130150269 - Light co-solvent compositions: Provided herein are inter alia non-surfactant aqueous compositions and methods having application in the field of enhanced oil recovery. In particular, non-surfactant compositions including light co-solvents and an alkali agent presented herein can be used, inter alia, for the recovery of a large range of crude oil compositions from challenging... Agent: Board Of Regents, The University Of Texas System06/06/2013 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.
20130143776 - Use of wax-coated sand grains for elimination of oil contamination or for sealing of wells: The inventive use serves especially for elimination of oil contamination in the form of oil films or oil carpets on water surfaces, or of oil contamination in the form of oil films on solid traffic surfaces, or as an oil binder for sealing of wells in the event of mineral... Agent:
20130143777 - Method for strengthening a wellbore of a well: Method for substantially sealing at least a portion of a wall of a wellbore. Method includes selecting a fracture sealing width defined by the portion of the wellbore wall and the formation, and formulating a fracture sealing composition based on the fracture sealing width. Sealing fluid includes drilling fluid, cementing... Agent: Sharp-rock Research And Consulting, LLC05/30/2013 > 4 patent applications in 4 patent subcategories.
20130137608 - Methods of removing deposits of oil and gas applications: This invention relates to compositions and methods for controlling and/or removing deposits in oil and/or gas handling equipment, and more specifically relates to controlling and/or removing deposits from the walls of oil and/or gas pipelines.... Agent: The Lubrizol Corporation
20130137609 - Aphron-containing fracturing fluid: An aphron-containing fracturing fluid containing a polar fluid; a gas; a hydrocarbon fluid; a viscosifier; and a surfactant and methods for preparing the aphron-containing fracturing fluid.... Agent: Calfrac Well Services Ltd.
20130137610 - Dual-functional breaker for hybrid fluids of viscoelastic surfactant and polymer: Incorporating water-based polymer breakers, such as oxidizers, enzymes and/or acids, into a mixture of an oil and oil-soluble surfactants creates an emulsion that can then perform as a dual-functional breaker for reducing the viscosity of hybrid fluids gelled with both a viscoelastic surfactant (VES) and a polymer. The outer phase... Agent: Baker Hughes Incorporated
20130137611 - Additive composition for well treatment fluids: Described is an additive composition made up of at least one dibasic ester, at least one non-ionic surfactant, at least one terpene or terpene derivative and optionally, at least one polyalkylene glycol and/or water. The composition is useful as an additive for well treatment fluids used for cleaning or stimulation... Agent: Calfrac Well Services Ltd.05/23/2013 > 10 patent applications in 10 patent subcategories.
20130130941 - Lubricity agents to increase pump efficiency in hydrate inhibitor applications: Saturated and unsaturated carboxylic fatty acids and alkylamine salts, alkyl esters and alkyl amide derivatives of these fatty acids are effective in improving the lubricity of hydrate inhibitor formulations, thereby effectively reducing the level of wear on moving parts of a pump under a load during pumping of the hydrate... Agent: Baker Hughes Incorporated
20130130942 - Dissipative surfactant aqueous-based drilling system for use in hydrocarbon recovery operations from heavy oil and tar sands: A water-based drilling fluid which includes an aqueous fluid and a water-soluble dissipative surfactant composition is described, wherein the dissipative surfactant composition includes at least one fatty acid or ester derivative of a plant or vegetable oil. Also described are methods of using such aqueous-based drilling fluids including the dissipative... Agent: Texas United Chemical Company, LLC
20130130943 - Mono- and polyenoic acid and metal particle mixtures for breaking ves-gelled fluids: A method for breaking the viscosity of an aqueous fluid gelled with a viscoelastic surfactant (VES) includes: providing an aqueous fluid; adding to the aqueous fluid, in any order, components comprising: a VES comprising a non-ionic surfactant, cationic surfactant, amphoteric surfactant or zwitterionic surfactant, or a combination thereof, in an... Agent: Baker Hughes Incorporated
20130130944 - Ultra high viscosity pill and methods for use with an oil-based drilling system: A fluid pressure transmission pill (FPTP) having an ultra-high viscosity for use in association with hydrocarbon drilling and exploration operations, particularly, managed pressure drilling (MPD) operations, is described. The ultra-high viscosity pill is a weighted pill composition that includes a hydrocarbon fluid, a thixotropic viscosifying agent, one or more activators,... Agent: Texas United Chemical Company, LLC
20130130945 - Drilling fluids having reduced sag potential and related methods: Invert emulsion drilling fluids that have extended emulsion stability and reduced sag potential can be realized through incorporation of colloidal particles therein. The invert emulsion drilling fluids can be free of organophilic clays. The organophilic clay-free drilling fluids can comprise: an oleaginous fluid continuous phase; an aqueous fluid internal phase;... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
20130130946 - Stabilization of emulsions containing resinous material for use in the field of oil or gas well treatments: Emulsions for use in a well including: (a) a water-insoluble resinous material; (b) water; and (c) an emulsifier, wherein the emulsifier comprises a non-ionic, a cationic, or a zwitterionic emulsifier; wherein the continuous phase of the emulsion comprises the water; wherein a dispersed phase of the emulsion comprises the resinous... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
20130130947 - Method for impairing fluid flow in subterranean formations: Loss of wellbore fluids (such as drilling fluids, completion fluids and workover fluids) into the flow passages of a subterranean formation may be reduced or eliminated by introducing into the wellbore in communication with the formation a composition containing a composite of a deformable core having a hardened coating which... Agent:
20130130948 - Metallic particle activated oxidative breaking method and system: A method for breaking the viscosity of an aqueous fluid gelled with a water soluble polymer or a VES is disclosed. The method includes providing an aqueous fluid. The method also includes adding to the aqueous fluid, in any order: a water soluble polymer in an amount sufficient to form... Agent: Baker Hughes Incorporated
20130130949 - Wellbore servicing fluid comprising a cellulose ether: A cellulose ether having (i) one or more substituents selected from the group consisting of methyl, hydroxyethyl and hydroxypropyl, (ii) one or more hydrophobic substituents, and (iii) one or more cationic, tertiary amino, or anionic substituents, and having a retained dynamic viscosity, % η80/25, of at least 30 percent, wherein... Agent: Union Carbide Chemicals & Plastics Technology LLC
20130130950 - Hydrogen bonding material for oilfield application: Methods of treating a well, by providing a supramolecular polymer fluid comprising units connected via reversible hydrogen bonds to form a supramolecular polymer; by introducing the supramolecular polymer fluid in the well; and by treating the well with the supramolecular polymer fluid.... Agent:Previous industry: Superconductor technology: apparatus, material, process
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