Currently, the percentage of oil recovered after oil-water separation hovers around a modest 40%.

However, our innovation challenges this norm.

Industry

The landscape of hydrocarbon production is marked by continuous growth, presenting both opportunities and challenges for the oil industry. Amidst this expansion, the operation of oil and gas wells has encountered serious obstacles. The rise in water cut, a critical concern, has led to the abandonment of numerous oil and gas wells, triggering a need for innovative solutions.

Introducing our technology—a novel approach to oil production recovery that holds the potential to reshape the industry. This revolutionary method is centered around the utilization of water-based polymer solutions. By injecting these solutions into the bottomhole formation zone, a barrier is created. This barrier effectively hampers the movement of formation water towards the casing perforation zone. This innovative technique not only impedes water intrusion but also enhances well relaxation. The result is an accelerated well recovery process, facilitated by an increase in water density within the bottomhole area.

Increased Efficiency

The technology can significantly increase the efficiency of water isolation in the bottom zone of oil producing wells, reducing labor and time of operations.

Increased Efficiency
Minimal Investment

Minimal Investment

No significant financial outlay is required to implement this technology. Efficient oil recovery reduces operating costs.

Experimentally Based

The technology was developed on the basis of extensive experience of oil production in western Siberia and research conducted by the Institute of Petroleum Chemistry and the Lavrentiev Institute of Hydrodynamics. Tatneft's experience has also been incorporated into the development.

Experimentally Based
Improved Productivity

Improved Productivity

The technology not only solves the problem of increased water head, but also increases the percentage of oil separation after separation from water, improving overall production efficiency.

Environmentally Friendly

Application of this technique contributes to more efficient oil production, which is also important from the point of view of ecology and sustainability.

Environmentally Friendly