May 11, 2022


Description

In this presentation, a sealing a sealing technology will be introduced. It is liquid on surface, and solidifies to a strong rubbery solid after pump into formation. Both lab test results and case study will be discussed in the presentation. It showed that the material can hold more than 5000 psi differential after solidifies in fracture.

 

Compared to other sealing or diversion methods, such as casing patch, cemented liner, and particle diverters, this sealing material can penetrate into fractures or formation, not just rely on staying at the entrance of the leakage point, which creates more reliable sealing. Moreover, it doesn't dissolve in water or acid once solidifies. So it is a long term sealing material, rather than just being a temporary diverter.

 

This sealing technology can be used for refrac, water shut off, and casing leakage repair.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Dr. Qiang Wang

Dr. Qiang Wang is co-founder of Newwell Tech. He is in charge of production R&D for Newwell. Before co-founding NewWell, Dr. Wang was Global Technical Adviser with Halliburton. He has 10 years of experience in chemistry R&D, and over 16 years of experiences in hydraulic fracturing, acidizing, sand control, and …

Dr. Qiang Wang is co-founder of Newwell Tech. He is in charge of production R&D for Newwell. Before co-founding NewWell, Dr. Wang was Global Technical Adviser with Halliburton. He has 10 years of experience in chemistry R&D, and over 16 years of experiences in hydraulic fracturing, acidizing, sand control, and conformance. He has extensive experiences of both theories and first-hand field practices for stimulation of various formations including shale, tight sand, limestone, and high perm offshore sandstones while working both in North American and various international locations. Dr. Wang has authored and co-authored 15 papers in chemistry and petroleum engineering, and holds one patent. Dr. Wang holds PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.

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Date and Time

Wed, May 11, 2022

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Virtual Only



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