A paraffin inhibitor is an efficient improvement for production and transportation of hydrocarbons, both in depth and at surface, decreasing deferred production and cleaning costs.
It is a paraffin inhibitor that alters molecular structure decreasing its ability to nucleate or adhere to the steel surface, thus avoiding precipitation in production lines or surface lines.
- Improves the efficiency of hydrocarbon production.
- Decreases in deferred production.
- Reduce cleaning costs at bottom hole and surface.
- Bottom dosing through a capillary.
- Injected at the reservoir level.
Characteristics of Technology:
- Not corrosive, Non flammable, Non toxic.
- Compatible with most types of crude chemical treatments (corrosion inhibitors, paraffin inhibitors, scale inhibitors, biocides, demulsifiers, surfactants, among others).
- It does not originate stable emulsions.
- Typical treatment dosages, based on the total fluid rate produced, vary between: 500 PPM (or 0.05%).