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PRODUCTS > BRASIL PLUS LINE 2000 - OIL FIELD RELATED

ENZEOR

            
            
PRODUCT   DEFINITION
            
Proprietary formulation of   a highly concentrated, high pH enzymatic. Surfactant solution
            

            
USAGE
            
Designed to be mixed in low   Total Dissolved Solids (TDS ) fresh water for application. Mixing in high TDS   waters will result in a hot water soluble precipitation of solids due to the   high pH.

            
Although ENZEOR is retained   in the formation for some time, (much the same as a typical scale inhibitor   squeeze), re-treatment is generally required after some time period.   Production levels should be monitored to determine the proper re-treatment interval   for each individual well.

ENZEOR will only work in   those wells that have the oil in place to produce. It repairs “water wets”   formations and near well bore areas, enabling the best possible scenario for   oil production to occur.  ENZEOR cannot   manufacture the oil. If the production is not present, this cannot magically   produce it.  Research the production   history of the wells to be treated before use and decide which wells are   candidates, based upon past production history.
            

            
            
ADVANTAGES
            
In properly selected   producing wells, ENZEOR has a proven case history rate of success of between   70 -72 % at increasing well production.

A highly successful product   in the restoration of production in many types of producing circumstances,   including wells damaged by drilling, fracturing, hot oiling and hot watering,   chemical treatment and acid work over procedures.
                         

            
CASE   HISTORIES
            
West Texas – A   predominantly condensate and gas producing well was treated with 4 drums of   ENZEOR mixed into 2000 gallons of clay inhibited fresh water. The well, prior   to treatment, produced 10 barrels of condensate and 250 mcf of gas , per day.   After treatment, this well was restored to 110 barrels of condensate , per   day,  with 3 mcf of gas.  Production was maintained for 6 months,   with a drop in production of approximately 30% per day.  Re-treatment with an identical treatment of   ENZEOR restored production a second time. This well along with many others in   the field, are treated based upon production decline with ENZEOR as a matter   of routine.

Austin Chalk -  A predominantly oil producing well had   experienced a rapid decline in production over a period of two years, after   initial completion, going from 80 barrels per day to less than one barrel of   oil, per day.  The well was treated   with 4 drums of ENZEOR mixed into 2000 gallons of clay inhibited fresh water,   and shut in for 12 hours.  The well   began producing 77 barrels of oil per day, and maintained this level for 9   months.  Production decline was gradual   for the following six months, and a re-treatment was scheduled when   production dropped below 35 barrels per day.    Production was restored to 82 barrels per day upon re-treatment.

West Texas – A   predominantly condensate and gas producing well was treated with 4 drums of   ENZEOR mixed into 2000 gallons of clay inhibited fresh water. The well, prior   to treatment, produced 10 barrels of condensate and 250 mcf of gas , per day.   After treatment, this well was restored to 110 barrels of condensate , per   day,  with 3 mcf of gas.  Production was maintained for 6 months,   with a drop in production of approximately 30% per day.  Re-treatment with an identical treatment of   ENZEOR restored production a second time. This well along with many others in   the field, are treated based upon production decline with ENZEOR as a matter   of routine.




                                                   

ENZEOR IS A SURFACTANT SOLUTION TO UNPRODUCTIVE OIL WELLS

  • ENZOR WILL WORK ONLY IN THOSE WELLS THAT HAVE THE OIL IN PLACE TO PRODUCE.

  • Product is designed to increase levels of oil production of older or non-producing wells. Our case history studies show that it works as presented.

  • The system process  PREPARES’ WATER WETS’ FORMULATIONS NEAR WELL BORE AREAS TO INCREASE THE OIL PRODUCTION WHEN THE WELL STOPS BRINGING UP THE OIL DUE TO CHANGE IN GROUND CONDITIONS FACTORS AND/OR AGE OF WELL LEVELS AND PUMPING FACTORS.
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