ARC will soon be introducing some new systems and products to our line. These will include encapsulation technologies, "single sack" Oilbase drilling fluid systems, "high temperature" MMO systems and unique products for providing niche solutions.
Understanding the cause and effect of undersaturated reservoirs is key to knowing how to pro-activley design and execute appropriate fluid based solutions. The linked article herein is the best I have ever read on this subject. Monty truly understands the ins and outs of these problematic environments.
The following link will take you to the Aphron technology Diagnostic Tool. The intent of this tool is to provide you with a quick look at whether or not this technology is a suitable solution for your candidate application. The tool is based upon actual historical application of the Aphron technology. The weighted results are strictly a go or no go suggestion as a result of your input and our historical data.
The final out put page may have requests for additional information if the tool recognizes that certain critical input data is lacking.
None of the data you input is captured or retained by the tool other than the final results page. If you wish to consult with ARC on your results please e-mail the page to us; there is an option to do so on the final results page. Otherwise all data is lost when you close out of the tool.
The following link will take you to a flash presentation overview of our understanding as to how the Aphron fluid technologies work. By better understanding the dynamics of this technology we can more effectively design and execute it for any given application.
Tony here, I wish to personally welcome everyone to ARC's Oil & Gas Technology Messageboard. It's our wish to see this tool develop as an interactive exchange based on personal perspective, knowledge and experience. We encourage "out of the box thinking" and are welcome to all open, honest opinions.
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Best wishes to all,
Last Edit: Feb 10, 2006 12:00:00 GMT -5 by Tony Rea