CELLULOSE FOR OIL DRILLING
Oil drilling is the process of extracting crude oil from the ground. This is accomplished by drilling wells into underground reservoirs and pumping the oil to the surface.
Oil drilling involves the use of a variety of ingredients, including drilling fluids, cement, and other materials. Drilling fluids are used to lubricate and cool the drill bit, as well as to carry cuttings back to the surface. Cement is used to seal the wellbore and prevent the escape of oil or gas into the surrounding rock.
Why Chose Kemox™ Cellulose
Oil Drilling Description
Oil drilling is an important process in the energy industry, and Kemox cellulose ethers can offer several advantages when used in oil drilling applications. By incorporating Kemox cellulose ethers into oil drilling processes, manufacturers can enhance the performance of their drilling operations and achieve higher yields of oil or gas, while minimizing their environmental impact.
Product application characteristics
Improved Fluid Viscosity
Kemox cellulose ethers can improve the viscosity of drilling fluids, making them more effective at carrying cuttings back to the surface. This can help to ensure that the drilling process is more efficient and effective, resulting in higher yields of oil or gas.
Kemox cellulose ethers can enhance the cementing properties of oil well cement, ensuring that the cement sets properly and provides a reliable seal for the wellbore. This can help to prevent the escape of oil or gas into the surrounding rock, reducing the risk of environmental damage.
Kemox cellulose ethers can improve the suspension properties of drilling fluids, helping to prevent the settling of particles and other materials that can interfere with the drilling process. This can help to ensure that the drilling process is more efficient and effective, resulting in higher yields of oil or gas.
Reduced Fluid Loss
Kemox cellulose ethers can reduce fluid loss in drilling fluids, helping to ensure that the drilling process is more efficient and effective. This can also help to reduce the environmental impact of drilling by minimizing the amount of fluid that is lost into the surrounding rock.