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MaxCO3 Acid

Degradable diversion acid system


APPLICATIONS Diversion in challenging reservoirs
Reservoirs with high permeability Stimulating high-permeability-contrast and naturally fractured reservoirs is challenging. Effective
contrasts and/or natural fractures diversion is required during treatment to ensure that the largest possible surface area of the reservoir
Bottomhole temperatures between is contacted and exposed to stimulation fluids. The diversion, however, must be temporary and
175 and 250 degF [79 and 121 degC] nondamaging to the reservoir or the natural fracture network. To meet this challenge, Schlumberger
developed the innovative MaxCO3 Acid* degradable diversion acid system.
Carbonate oil or gas wells
Open hole or cased hole intervals,
regardless of deviation

ADVANTAGES
Degrades completely, eliminating risk of
costly cleanout interventions
Targets permeability contrasts, allowing
superior zonal coverage
Effectively controls leakoff
Requires lower treatment volumes and
less well cleanup time

FEATURES
Diverts effectively at low treatment rates
Continues to stimulate as it degrades
Can be bullheaded or pumped through CT
Can be pumped with most common acid
stimulation systems
Can be batch mixed for small volume jobs
or mixed on the fly for larger treatments

MaxCO3 Acid system diverts fluid from thief zones without reducing production from natural fractures.
MaxCO3 Acid
A degradable diversion system Cummulative Leakoff Mass Versus Time at Constant Pressure of 20 psi
In laboratory experiments, the MaxCO3 Acid 250
system outperformed conventional viscosity- Viscosity-based fluid: unimpeded flow
based fluids in leakoff control and wall-building MaxCO3 Acid system: leakoff and stabilization
capabilities. While conventional viscosity-based 200
fluids can be injected continuously through an
aperture with unimpeded flow, the MaxCO3
Acid system reduces and eventually stabilizes 150 Flow = 50 mL/min
Flow = 3.9 mL/min
fluid leakoff.

Mass, g
Significant pressure responses have been
consistently observed in the field following 100
placement of the MaxCO3 Acid system stages.

After treatment, the base fluid systems break Wall building Stabilized flow
50
with different mechanisms on contact with
hydrocarbons from the reservoir or with
preflushes or overflushes containing a mutual
solvent. The fibrous component, which degrades 0
as a function of temperature and time, also 2 4 6 8 10
requires the presence of the small amount of water Time, min
supplied by the base fluid to degrade completely.
Flow reductionfrom 50 mL/min to 3.9.
The soluble by-products then flow back and
can be handled at surface using conventional
techniques, while the undamaged, stimulated MaxCO3 Acid System Viscosity-Based System
reservoir is producing. X4,150

X4,200
Higher-
permeability
zones X4,250

X4,300
MD, ft

X4,350

X4,400
Lower-
permeability
zones X4,450

X4,500
0 6 12 0 6 12
Wormhole depth, ft Wormhole depth, ft

More penetration in lower-permeability zones using MaxCO3 Acid system.

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