Quite a stir has been brewing in the Eagle Ford shale. Our Force Fluids D-1022 is turning heads and beating the leading competing  product.  Not only does it disperse and build friction reducing molecular weight faster, but it also reduces injection pressures at rates that exceed the competition. A field study showed a 6200 psi injection water pressure in a coiled tubing being lowered to 3800 psi within 10 minutes of circulation versus being lowered to 4650 psi with the leading competing product and that took 20 minutes to peak out at that reduction. You are looking at nearly a 1000 PSI improvement (drop) over the leading competing product in half the time!

When sweeping solids from the well bore, the mixture of ForceGel HT Xanthan drilling additive with ForceFluids D-1022 ploymer drilling fluid  is incredible.  The two cross-linked polymers deliver truly stellar results due to the structural stability that ForceGel HT yields coupled with the molecular weight of ForceFluids D-1022.

Please look at the 3 tables below:





Table 1
ForceGel HT demonstrates outstanding performance which is readily seen in field conditions – tested at 3 gals/10 bbls and 5
gals/10 bbls in Seawater, Saturated NaCl (9.9 lbs/gal), and 11.0 lb/gal CaCl2 brine. Tested at 100°F – Fann 35, f1.0 measurement.
Results show ForceGel HT is broad-spectrum and the one polymer that the drilling and completion system should not be without.


Table 2
ForceGel HT exhibits high calcium stability – tested at 3 gals/10 bbls in 11.0 lb/gal CaCl2 brine weighted to 12.0 lb./gal with 90
lbs/bbl of Calcium Carbonate. Aged at 150°F for 24 hours and cooled to 75°F for Fann 35, f1.0 measurement. These lab results
indicate why ForceGel HT users in cement plug drillouts swear by its outstanding solids carrying capacity.



Table 3
ForceGel HT exhibits improved thermal stability with increased brine density – tests at 5 gallons/10 bbls in CaCl2 ; Fann Model 50
@100 sec-1. These lab results back up field-use results demonstrated on a basis by users.