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Archive for May, 2014

REDUCTION OF H2O AND IRON SULFIDE SCALE

A well in the Topeka-Lakompta Formation found in the Greenwood Field in Morton, Kansas had a depth of 2900-3100 feet.  The total fluid production was 25 BPD, with a 100% water cut.  Total gas production was 130 MCFD.  Hydrogen sulfide caused by SRBs was at 18 ppm.  The well was bleach treated at a cost […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Mississippi Formation found in the East Okarche Field in Canadian County, Oklahoma had a depth of 7,500 feet and a total production of 190 barrels per month.  The wellhead water cut was 3%.  This well was hot oiled once per month.  In addition, the flow line was hot oiled every two […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Mississippi Formation found in the East Okarche Field in Canadian County, Oklahoma had a depth of 7,500 feet and a total production of 184 barrels per day.  The wellhead water cut was 6 BWPD.  This well was hot oiled once per month.  In addition, the flow line was hot oiled every […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Red Fork Formation found in the Sooner Trend Field in Alfalfa, Oklahoma had a depth of 7,800 feet and a total production of 27 barrels per day.  The wellhead water cut was 11 BWPD.  This well was hot oiled once per month.  In addition, the stock tanks required treatment before the […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Morrow Formation found in the Southwest Kansas Field in Meade County, Kansas had a depth of 5000 feet and a total production of 78 barrels per month.  The wellhead water cut was 1%. This well was hot oiled four to six times per year, and paraffin solvents were batch treated weekly […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Morrow Formation found in the Southwest Kansas Field in Meade County, Kansas had a depth of 5,000 feet and a total production of 33 barrels per month.  The wellhead water cut was 10%. This well was hot oiled three to four times per year, and paraffin solvents were continuously injected down […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Morrow Formation found in the Southwest Kansas Field in Meade County, Kansas had a depth of 5,000 feet and a total production of 29.7 barrels per day.  The wellhead water cut was 3.3 BWPD.  This well was hot oiled three to four times per year. Treatment with Micro-Bac International bacterial products […]

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PARAFFIN CONTROL

A well in the Hunton Formation found in the Sooner Trend Field in Garfield, Oklahoma had a depth of 8500 feet and a total production of 2.25 barrels of oil per day.  The wellhead water cut was 0.75 BWPD.  This well was hot oiled once per month.  In addition, the stock tanks required treatment before […]

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Emulsion Breaking

A well in the Glauconite “C” Formation found in the medicine Hat Field had a depth of 900 meters.. The total production was 3 cubic meter/day, with a 10% wellhead water cut.  API gravity was 14.9.  Due to a tight emulsion, the operator was unable to reduce the water cut below 0.8% in a 500Bbl […]

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Emulsion Breaking

The Harper Field consisted of a Hunton Formation approximately 8500 feet deep. Total production was six barrels of oil and seven barrels of water per day. The well was treated on a daily basis with chemicals for emulsion, and still the water would not break out.  Tanks had to be chemically treated and hot oiled […]

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