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DeepSpot Acid

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Gelled and crosslinked HCl acid systems used to stimulate production from carbonate formations. System provides superior fluid cleanup using a new polymer, AG-61L. In addition, it contains a new encapsulated breaker that reduces viscosity at a controlled time without affecting the initial rheology of the crosslinked gel.

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Acid frac jobs are tough. And it's because you've had to switch back and forth between multiple fluids to get the results you need. But now you don't need multiple fluids. And you can get even better results.

Our DeepSpot™ complete acid fracturing service delivers rock-breaking viscosity, slow-reacting acid, and effective leak-off control in a single fluid system.

Acid can be pumped nonstop, penetrating deep into the formation before it reacts. The fluid system's polymer breaks down into much smaller pieces for easier cleanup. And the entire job can be pumped at high rates and with less hydraulic horsepower (HHP) so you can get the fractures you need—more efficiently.

The result: longer, more conductive fracs—and optimized production—without all the extra logistics.

Features and Benefits
• Can be used with HCl strengths from 3 to 28% and for applications up to 300ºF (150ºC)
- Maximizes system efficiency and economics for specific well conditions
• System can be gelled and/or crosslinked
- Retards acid to improve penetration and stimulated area
- Increases fluid viscosity to maximize fracture width and conductivity
- Reduces leakoff, minimizing acid volumes required and improving stimulation economics
• Can be combined with proppant
- For increased fracture conductivity and well productivity
• Compatible with aromatic solvents
- Allows economical and efficient one-step treatments: removal of acid-in removal of acid-insoluble organic deposits to improve access to acid-soluble contaminants
• Broken fluid maintains sufficient viscosity
- Promotes clean-up of acid insoluble fines
• Acid fracturing operations in carbonate formations
• Matrix acidizing in highpermeability carbonate formations
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