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Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for <span class="search-highlight">benzoic</span> <span class="search-highlight">acid</span> <span class="search-highlight">flakes</span> and Dive...
Published: 01 February 2016
Figure 20 Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW) More
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Comparison of effective bridging using <span class="search-highlight">benzoic</span> <span class="search-highlight">acid</span> <span class="search-highlight">flakes</span> and low-temperat...
Published: 01 February 2016
Figure 10 Comparison of effective bridging using benzoic acid flakes and low-temperature, near-wellbore SDP material (from Gomaa et al. 2016 ). More
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Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for <span class="search-highlight">benzoic</span> <span class="search-highlight">acid</span> <span class="search-highlight">flakes</span> and Dive...
Published: 24 February 2016
Figure 13 Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW). More
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 23–26, 1979
Paper Number: SPE-8400-MS
.... The diverters to be evaluated include benzoic acid flakes, naphthalene flakes, fine mesh sand, fine mesh salt, organic particulates, wax beads, hydroxypropyl guar polymer (approximately 2% residue) and organic resin. These products are among the most common diverting or fluid loss materials. The diverters...
Journal Articles
J Pet Technol 36 (10): 1748–1752.
Paper Number: SPE-11500-PA
Published: 01 October 1984
... or perforations. Intervals will vary from 10 to 90 m (30 to 300 ft) or more in thickness with diverse porosities and permeabilities. Various particulate diverting materials, wax beads, benzoic acid flakes, particulate diverting materials, wax beads, benzoic acid flakes, and graded rock salt have been used...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the Middle East Oil Show, March 11–14, 1995
Paper Number: SPE-29824-MS
... (GRS) and benzoic acid flakes (BAF) enable the flow to be diverted by depositing a cake on the reservoir rock face, thereby generating a temporary skin factor. P. 503 waterflooding perforated interval reservoir characteristic injection rate downhole intervention buffer completion...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 24–26, 2016
Paper Number: SPE-178983-MS
...Figure 13 Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW). ...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 24–27, 2006
Paper Number: SPE-102828-MS
... of the formation and divert the acid treatment to lower permeability zones. For an oil-productive reservoir solid diverting agents such as wax beads, benzoic acid flakes, or polymers are used. Several problems may be associated with the use of these diverting agents: 1) too much additive may be used which may...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the Middle East Oil Show and Conference, March 15–18, 1997
Paper Number: SPE-37736-MS
... such as oil soluble resins or benzoic acid flakes, and viscosified fluids and foam. Recently Paccaloni introduced the MAPDIR diversion technique. The most attractive feature of this technique is its simplicity: fluids are pumped at the maximum rate possible without exceeding the formation fracturing pressure...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing Conference and Exhibition, April 8–9, 2003
Paper Number: SPE-81741-MS
... the production tubing. No rig is used. Benzoic Acid Diverted Acid This method also involves simply bullheading an acid system without the use of a rig. In this case, benzoic acid flakes are pumped with the intention of diverting the acid treatment. Jetting with Coiled Tubing This method involves...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the Middle East Oil Technical Conference and Exhibition, March 11–14, 1985
Paper Number: SPE-13709-MS
... a new zone to receive fluid. Of course, the sealing effect of any diverting agent must be temporary. Ground naphthalene and benzoic acid flakes are commonly used since they are oil soluble, while rock salt is often used where water is present. Various time, temperature, or chemical breaking polymers...
Journal Articles
J Pet Technol 33 (11): 2196–2200.
Paper Number: SPE-9762-PA
Published: 01 November 1981
.... Injection wells that have been acid stimulated using HFG as a diverting agent have displayed better vertical sweep efficiency than those using straddle packers or benzoic acid flakes to divert acid. HFG HFG is a non-Newtonian, Bingham plastic fluid consisting of 36.3 kg (80 lbm) of guar gum, 11.3 kg (25 lbm...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference, February 9–11, 2016
Paper Number: SPE-179144-MS
...Figure 20 Comparison in the dynamic dissolution rate for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW) ...
Journal Articles
J Pet Technol 67 (05): 137–139.
Paper Number: SPE-0515-0137-JPT
Published: 01 May 2015
... that are commonly used such as rock salt, benzoic-acid flakes, and other solid substances that will enter the perforations and near-wellbore fractures, allowing a bridging effect. The drawback of these materials is that they are short-lived and will degrade, possibly before all fracturing treatments have been...
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J Pet Technol 66 (09): 122–125.
Paper Number: SPE-0914-0122-JPT
Published: 01 September 2014
.... Increasing Contact, Not Operational Complexity Chemical diversion has been proposed as a cost-effective and faster alternative to mechanical techniques for isolating perforations and forcing fluids into previously unstimulated portions of the reservoir. Numerous materials (e.g., benzoic acid flakes, rock...
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Comparison in the flow reduction through a 0.2-in. slot for <span class="search-highlight">benzoic</span> <span class="search-highlight">acid</span> fl...
Published: 01 February 2016
Figure 17 Comparison in the flow reduction through a 0.2-in. slot for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW), both at 0.5 ppg. More
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Comparison in the flow reduction through a 0.2-in. slot for <span class="search-highlight">benzoic</span> <span class="search-highlight">acid</span> fl...
Published: 24 February 2016
Figure 16 Comparison in the flow reduction through a 0.2-in. slot for benzoic acid flakes and Diverter A (NW), both at 0.5 ppg. More
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the Middle East Oil Show, March 11–14, 1989
Paper Number: SPE-17951-MS
... perforated intervals it was found essential to achieve adequate diversion of the trea- ting fluid from the wellbore into the formation which resulted in the whole interval receiving treatment. Benzoic acid flakes were employed as the diverting agent and slurried in crude oil then pumped between acid stages...

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