Reagents for combating ARPD
The formation of asphalt, resin and paraffin deposits (ARPD) in crude oil can lead to damage to oilfield equipment and pipeline communications, as well as a decrease in system performance and pumping unit efficiency. In turn, the formation of emulsions at the exit from the well, together with accompanying formation water, enhances sedimentation. The main parameters that determine the loss of paraffin deposits are pressure, temperature, filtration rate, gas factor, paraffin content in oil, bottomhole zone design and a number of other factors.
To combat the formation of asphalt tar and paraffin deposits, advanced chemical reagents have been developed that prevent the formation of paraffin deposits.
The products and services offered by UKEM Solutions LLP are suitable for any situation with the formation of asphalt, resin and paraffin deposits, even in very harsh climatic conditions.