Rotary ONE Services Drilling Fluids is a Certified MHA TERO Contractor working several projects on Native American Tribal Lands in NORTH DAKOTA and MONTANA.
With service in TEXAS, NEW MEXICO and OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE AREA, we strive on bringing quality products and Professional Engineering Services to you.
Oil Based Mud (OBM) is used for many reasons such as increased lubricity, greater cleaning abilities with less viscosity.
Also OBM can withstand greater heat without breaking down.
MAD-1 is a patent pending, biodegradable, thermodynamically stable microemulsion (clear to mixture of solvent, co solvent and surfactant) designed specifically for use as a drilling and stimulation additive. Mad-1 offers superior performance by minimizing invasion, reducing formation damage and maximizing cleanup of drilling fluids and stimulation fluids. Mad-1 can also be used in oil based drilling fluids to cleanup and prevent the formation of water blocks thus improving the relative permeability to hydrocarbon.
Chemical Family: Proprietary
|Color: Clear to Opaque||Solubility: Water, brines & oils|
|Odor: Citrus||Weight per Gallon: 7.837 lbs|
|Charge: Nonionic||Flash Point: 77º F|
Use MAD-1 at 0.7-7 ppb in the drilling fluid.
MAD-1 is generally compatible with cationic, anionic and amphoteric additives.
A compatibility test is advised before use with other surfactants.
Keep drum tightly sealed to avoid contamination MAD-1 may cause eye, skin and respiratory tract irritation by contact with the liquid or vapors. Do not breathe vapors, especially in confined areas. Use with adequate ventilation. Recommend use of splash goggles and rubber gloves. Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet for more detailed information.
MAD-1 is available in 55 gallon poly drums, 360 gallon bulk tanks, or bulk transport loads.
LAB TESTS FOR REGAINED RELATIVE PERMEABILITY SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO
A series of test were conducted on the Pictured Cliffs (Gas) formation in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico to determine damage mitigation during the drilling and stimulation phases of fluid systems.
The nitrogen gas perm was taken as the base permeability of each core. The cores were then injected with the test fluid for 20 minutes. The cores were reversed and then flowed in the production direction with nitrogen. The gas flow rate was measured vs. time and converted to permeability. Two tests were carried out including, 1) 2% KCI only; and 2) 2% KCI with 2 gpt MA-844W. The results are presented as permeability vs. time and regained permeability vs. time.
Conclusion: The core cleaned up rapidly to 81% with the MA-844W in the fluid while the core without the MA-844W cleaned up to 33%.