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  • Sidewall Coring - Halliburton
    percussion cores Percussion Sidewall Coring Tool Versatile sidewall coring that allows acquisition of up to 116 formation samples in a single run Rotary Sidewall Coring RSCT Tool Acquires up to 30 core samples in a single run providing undistorted samples for a range of petrophysical testing and analysis free of micro fractures typical in percussion cores Related Information Showcase Hostile Rotary Sidewall Coring Tool HRSCT Obtain the most accurate core
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?navid=1831&pageid=1141&prodgrpid=PRG%3a%3aJCFUH1E8Z (2012-10-02)


  • RockStrong™ Coring System Brochures - Halliburton
    results per page Title Date Been There Cored That Been There Cored That Your Coring Solutions Provider Jan 2012 Coring Services Halliburton is the leader in managing in depth coring projects that add value to your reservoir We have over 40 years of experience obtaining the most meaningful data in challenging complex fields Oct 2009 Showing 1 2 of 2 Records 1 Related Information Frequently Requested Brochures 2 Data Sheets
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/Default.aspx?navid=1732&pageid=3515&categoryid=1&prodid=PRN%3a%3aKN9M7315 (2012-10-02)

  • RockStrong™ Coring System Data Sheets - Halliburton
    Expand All Collapse All Show 10 25 50 100 results per page Title Date RockStrong Coring System Halliburton Drill Bits and Services combines latest generation impregnated corehead design and advanced BHA modeling technologies in the RockStrong system for coring operations in extreme conditions Sep 2009 Showing 1 1 of 1 Records 1 Related Information Frequently Requested Brochures 2 Data Sheets 1 Quick Links My Account Locations Contact Us Company Information
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/Default.aspx?navid=1732&pageid=3515&categoryid=3&prodid=PRN%3a%3aKN9M7315 (2012-10-02)

  • Spacers and Flushes - Halliburton
    to optimize drilling fluid displacement and removal Halliburton offers spacers and flushes to help operators improve the probability of returning uncontaminated mud to the surface and securing a successful primary cement job Attapulgite Additive Designed for salt water applications a colloidal clay mineral composed primarily of magnesium silicate silica and crystalline quartz that functions as a suspending agent and can swell in salt water Dual Spacer E Spacer Functions as a low viscosity weighted flush for primary and secondary cementing operations can be designed to displace water based or oil based muds can be used at temperatures from 60 F 16 C to 500 F 260 C Dual Spacer Mixing Aid Additive Increases viscosity in the Dual Spacer system Dual Spacer system Low viscosity weighted spacer for primary and secondary cementing operations can also be designed to displace water based or oil based muds Liquid Spacer Mix A spacer fluid used to create SAM 4 well fluid used between mud and cement slurries during displacement operations helps reduce or eliminate the compatibility problems exhibited by other spacers provides a spacer system that is temperature stable and has low fluid loss to the formation MF 1 Cement Thinner A white crystalline powder that can be combined with Morflo III surfactant to create Mud Flush aqueous solution helps prevent and break emulsions and water blocks Mud Flush III Powder Acts as a dispersant for clay particles and as a water wetting surfactant to chemically remove drilling mud and leave all downhole surfaces water wet has been environmentally evaluated according to OSPAR commission regulations PHPA Preflush An oxidant that helps break up highly gelled muds for easier displacement breaks down the backbone of polymers and reduces the effect of gelation Sepiolite A complex magnesium silicate clay material that functions as a suspending aid
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/Default.aspx?navid=2208&pageid=193&prodgrpid=MSE%3a%3aIQU5MEP9X (2012-10-02)

  • Additives, Chemicals, Materials - Halliburton
    conditions of each well Additives are used to enhance cement slurries in all wellbore conditions Variations in additive concentration may cause significant changes in thickening time compressive strength and viscosity so determining the optimum balance of additives to achieve a reliable annular seal particularly in extreme or corrosive downhole conditions can be complex Thus field proven technical solutions laboratory driven empirical data from analytical tests and finite element analysis models play an important role when engineering an optimized slurry blend All of Halliburton s additive advancements were made with one goal in mind to help operators benefit from a long term tight annular seal and cement sheath resilience for superior zonal isolation even in technically demanding wells or environmentally sensitive areas Here are some examples Additive Chemical or Material Challenge Results Accelerators Staged casing operations Control the time for a slurry to set Hydrocarbon responsive agents Sustained casing pressure Material embedded in the sheath able to seal flow paths in and around cement sheath in the event of any flow of unwanted hydrocarbons Dispersants Deep offshore wells Long horizontal wells High temperatures Ultra deep wells Mix more easily and lower friction during pumping Fluid loss additives Deep offshore wells Long horizontal wells High temperatures Ultra deep wells Retain proper water levels rather than allow pressure differential to reduce the water content thus ensuring the integrity of the designs for viscosity thickening time rheology and compressive strength development Gel strength modifiers Gas migration Shorten the transition time from slurry to hard set to resist gas channeling through the unset cement Latex systems High formation pressures Corrosive elements Reduce permeability of the cement sheath and improve the ability for solids to remain suspended in the slurry Light weight additives Weak formations Yield slurries 25 lighter than water yet with desired mechanical properties
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?navid=2206&pageid=5319&prodgrpid=MSE%3a%3a1045857467359324 (2012-10-02)

  • Agents - Halliburton
    the formation and to the casing in specific conditions Another type of agent can decrease or increase the density of the cement as determined by the lb gal weight Yet another type of agent can be used to enhance the consistency of solids suspended throughout the slurry and help prevent settling during cement hydration Optimizing cement slurries with agents is best done by considering field proven technical solutions laboratory driven
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?navid=2222&pageid=4696&prodgrpid=PRG%3a%3aLT2BHT15 (2012-10-02)

  • Cements, Pozzolans and Blends - Halliburton
    slurry are suitable for the various types of formations encountered in a well Portland cement can be extended with pozzolanic material to yield an economical slurry with premium properties Combining pozzolanic material with cement produces a reaction that can improve the properties and compressive strength of the set cement sheath Acid Soluble Cement Provides a temporary cure for lost circulation across production zones which can be removed with HCl resulting in less potential formation damage Enhancer 923 Agent Fine particle cementitious material for lightweight slurries enhanced early strength enhanced free water control FineCem Cement Alternative to MicroMatrix cement ultrafine cement often used with casing leaks gravel packs small fractures channels or microannulus Micro Fly Ash Cement A small particle fly ash developed as a supplement for Micro Matrix cement slurries for temperatures below 110 F 43 3 C Micro Matrix Cement Retarder An ultra fine cement designed to penetrate gravel packs very small channels and repair casing leaks Pozmix A Pozzolanic Cement A Pozzolanic cement additive made from burned coal and used to lighten the slurry and enhance its pumping properties between temperatures of 80 F 26 7 C and 550 F 287 8 C ThermaLock Cement A specially formulated
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?navid=170&pageid=30&prodgrpid=MSE%3a%3a1045857528104462 (2012-10-02)

  • Dispersants - Halliburton
    resistance to flow and a reduction in the resistance to flow under pressure Adding dispersants can lower friction and lower pressure during pumping enhance turbulent flow at reduced pumping rates and allow operators to mix densified cement slurries Dispersants can also be used to help reduce pressure exerted when placing cement across unconsolidated sands depleted or weak formations possibly preventing lost circulation CFR 3 Cement Friction Reducer A cement friction reducing additive that reduces apparent viscosity and improves the rheological properties of cement slurries which is compatible with saturated salt solutions and temperatures greater than 60 F 15 6 C CFR 4 Cement Friction Reducer A cement friction reducer that directly replaces CFR 2 Blue Label reducer which helps reduce apparent viscosity improve rheological properties improves fluid loss control to an extent and slightly retards cement for use in wells above 60 F 15 6 C CFR 6 Cement Friction Reducer A cement friction reducer that directly replaces CFR 2 Blue Label reducer which helps reduce apparent viscosity improve rheological properties improves fluid loss control to an extent and slightly retards cement for use in wells above 60 F 15 6 C CFR 8 Cement Friction Reducer Cement Friction Reducer
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?navid=13&pageid=1127&prodgrpid=MSE%3a%3aIQU5YIH4E (2012-10-02)