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US20140299317 HYDRAULIC FRACTURING  
An improvement over known hydraulic fracturing fluids. Boundary layer kinetic mixing material is added to components of fracturing fluid wherein kinetic mixing material is a plurality of particles...
US20140190693 HYDRAULIC FRACTURING  
An improvement over known hydraulic fracturing fluids. Boundary layer kinetic mixing material is added to components of fracturing fluid wherein kinetic mixing material is a plurality of particles...
US20150101818 METHOD OF DELAYING CROSSLINKING IN WELL TREATMENT OPERATION  
Crosslinking of a crosslinkable viscosifying agent and a crosslinking agent may be delayed in a well treatment fluid by incorporated within the fluid a glutamic-N,N-diacetic acid salt, such as a...
US20120111568 COMPOSITIONS USEFUL FOR THE HYDROLYSIS OF GUAR IN HIGH pH ENVIRONMENTS AND METHODS RELATED THERETO  
Methods and compositions of fracturing formations are provided. The fracturing fluid includes an enzyme breaker that decreases the viscosity of the fracturing fluid over time. The enzyme breaker...
US20140251626 METHOD OF ENHANCING THE COMPLEXITY OF A FRACTURE NETWORK WITHIN A SUBTERRANEAN FORMATION  
The complexity of a fracture network within a subterranean formation may be enhanced by pumping a high breakdown pressure fluid followed by a low breakdown pressure fluid into the formation. The...
US20140295523 Glucanases, Nucleic Acids Encoding Them and Methods for Making and Using Them  
The invention relates to polypeptides having glucanase, e.g., endoglucanase, mannanase, xylanase activity or a combination of these activities, and polynucleotides encoding them. In one aspect,...
US20140318795 COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR BREAKING HYDRAULIC FRACTURING FLUIDS  
Breaking compositions are disclosed for controlled breaking of borate cross-linked fracturing fluids, and to method for making and using same, where the composition includes an oxidative component...
US20130324443 SALT-TOLERANT, THERMALLY-STABLE RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS  
A salt-tolerant, thermally-stable rheology modifier and, in particular, a rheology modifier for applications in oil-field well-bore fluids. In accordance with one aspect, the rheology modifier...
US20100314110 METHOD OF TREATING A SUBTERRANEAN FORMATION USING A RHEOLOGY MODEL FOR FLUID OPTIMIZATION  
Subterranean formation treatment methods incorporating a rheology model which enables prediction of fluid rheology properties during a treatment operation, where the foundation of the model is a...
US20140076565 Thermally-Activated, High Temperature Particulate Suspending Agents and Methods Relating Thereto  
A particulate suspending agent may be useful for mitigating particulate settling in wellbore applications with high-temperature and/or at near-neutral and higher pH values. Methods of treating a...
US20100175880 Method of Using Crosslinkable Brine Containing Compositions  
A method of enhancing the productivity of a subterranean formation penetrated by a gas, oil or geothermal well consists of introducing into the formation and/or well a pumpable polymerizable fluid...
US20080287325 NOVEL BOROZIRCONATE SYSTEMS IN COMPLETION SYSTEMS  
A cross-linking system for hydratable polymers for using is formation fracturing applications is disclosed along with methods for using same, where the cross-linking system includes a reaction...
US20150021033 Thixotropic Agents and Methods of Use  
A thixotropic agent comprised of a gel which is comprised of a polymeric organic material cross-linked with certain boehmite aluminas having a crystallite size of less than about 100 Å as measured...
US20060196662 Methods and compositions for servicing fluids comprising derivatized cellulose gelling agents  
One embodiment of the present invention provides methods of treating a portion of a subterranean formation, comprising providing a treatment fluid comprising a derivatized cellulose gelling agent...
US20080149341 Stable solutions of zirconium hydroxyalkylethylene diamine complex and use in oil field applications  
A clear, stable, salt-free solution of a 1:1 molar complex of zirconium and N,N,N′,N′-tetrakis-(2-hydroxypropyl)ethylene diamine. The solution can be used in a cross-linking composition comprising...
US20070169932 Method of Treating a Subterranean Formation using a Rheology Model for Fluid Optimization  
Subterranean formation treatment methods incorporating a rheology model which enables prediction of fluid rheology properties during a treatment operation, where the foundation of the model is a...
US20140318775 COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR USE OF PROPPANT SURFACE CHEMISTRY TO IMPROVE PROPPANT CONSOLIDATION AND FLOWBACK CONTROL  
The present invention relates to methods for hydraulically fracturing a subterranean formation to improve the production rates and ultimate recovery by contacting unconsolidated resin-coated...
US20130220620 METHODS, DEVICES, AND KITS RELATING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GELLED FLUIDS HAVING A TRANSIENT GEL MICROSTRUCTURE  
Equipment associated with a gelled fluid may be manipulated based on a stress response of the gelled fluid as determined by a gel microstructure destruction model comprising an equivalent work...
US20060272816 Proppants Useful for Prevention of Scale Deposition  
Proppants for treating subterranean which are scale resistant as well as fluids containing and methods of using such proppants. The proppant materials are less susceptible to fouling by residual...
US20150053409 Delayed Viscosity Well Treatment Methods and Fluids  
A well treatment method includes forming a well treatment fluid by combining ingredients including a polymer, a crosslinker, an acidifying substance, and a base fluid. Crosslinking increases...
US20130220621 Polyboronic Compounds and Processes of Making and Using the Same  
Polyboronic compounds useful as delayed crosslinking agents may be produced by using a polyamine as base scaffold and incorporating boron via reaction with intermediate borates which may be formed...
US20140299318 METHOD OF INCREASING FRACTURE NETWORK COMPLEXITY AND CONDUCTIVITY  
A complex fracture network within a hydrocarbon-bearing subterranean formation is created by first pumping a first fluid into the formation to create or enlarge a primary fracture and then pumping...
US20060151172 Methods of making and using sulfonated carboxylated polysaccharide gelling agents  
One embodiment of the present invention provides a method of treating a subterranean formation comprising: providing a treatment fluid comprising a sulfonated polysaccharide gelling agent wherein...
US20150252250 SYNTHETIC HYDRATABLE POLYMERS FOR USE IN FRACTURING FLUIDS AND METHODS FOR MAKING AND USING SAME  
Downhole fluid compositions including a base fluid and an effective amount of a synthetic hydratable polymer system including a hydrophobically modified, cross-linked polyacrylate polymer, a...
US20060118300 Methods for improving low-quality proppant and method of using low-quality proppant in subterranean operations  
The present invention relates to improved low-quality particulates and methods of making such improved particulates. A method of treating a portion of a subterranean formation, comprising...
US20130213657 Hybrid Aqueous-Based Suspensions for Hydraulic Fracturing Operations  
Disclosed are aqueous-based compositions and methods for treating a subterranean formation for inhibiting formation damage after the treatment. Compositions include an aqueous-based fluid, gelling...
US20110240297 Low Damage Seawater Based Frac Pack Fluid  
A method comprises providing a treatment fluid comprising an aqueous fluid, and a low-leakoff particulate, contacting a subterranean formation with the treatment fluid, and allowing the...
US20150041139 Well Treatment Fluids and Methods  
A well treatment fluid includes an aqueous-based fluid, a crosslinked CMHEC polymer, and a crosslinker. The CMHEC polymer exhibits a DS of 0.2 to 0.6 and a MS of 2.0 to 2.5. The well treatment...
US20150232739 CARBOXYLATED CELLULOSE POLYMERS FOR USE IN HYDRAULIC FRACTURING OPERATIONS  
A low residue fracturing fluid comprises water, an acidified carboxylated gelling agent in an amount in the range of from about 0.06% to about 0.48% by weight. The fracturing fluid can further...
US20150210918 OLIGOMERIC AND POLYMERIC ELECTRONICALLY-MODIFIED BORONIC ACIDS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME  
Crosslinked gelling agents employed during subterranean operations use electronically-modified boronic acids to enable higher operating temperatures while allowing reduced gelling agent loadings;...
US20140262296 Methods, Systems, and Compositions for the Controlled Crosslinking of Well Servicing Fluids  
Treating fluid compositions for use in hydrocarbon recovery operations from subterranean formations are described, as well as methods for their preparation and use. In particular, treating fluid...
US20070187102 Hydraulic fracturing methods using cross-linking composition comprising delay agent  
A method for hydraulically fracturing a subterranean formation comprises introducing into the formation a cross-linking composition which comprises (a) an aqueous liquid, (b) a pH buffer, (c) a...
US20150060067 GALACTOMANNAN BASED WELL TREATING FLUIDS  
A well fracturing fluid is shown which includes an aqueous base fluid, a hydratable polymer, such as a guar gum, and a suitable crosslinking agent for crosslinking the hydratable polymer to form a...
US20140034323 Methods and Compositions for the Controlled Crosslinking and Viscosifying of Well Servicing Fluids Utilizing Mixed Borate Hydrocarbon-Based Suspensions  
Disclosed are treating fluid compositions for use in subterranean workover and hydrocarbon recovery operations, as well as methods of treating subterranean formations penetrated by a wellbore...
US20100212906 Method for diversion of hydraulic fracture treatments  
Disclosed herein are methods that include a method for treating a well bore including treating a subterranean formation with a first treatment fluid, wherein the first treatment fluid treats a...
US20130213656 Aqueous-Based Insulating Fluids and Related Methods  
Aqueous-based insulating fluids that have greater stability at high temperatures with lower thermal conductivity may be used, for example, in applications requiring an insulating fluid such as...
US20140174748 OLIGOMERIC AND POLYMERIC ELECTRONICALLY-MODIFIED BORONIC ACIDS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME  
Crosslinked gelling agents employed during subterranean operations use electronically-modified boronic acids to enable higher operating temperatures while allowing reduced gelling agent loadings;...
US20140367111 WETTABILITY ALTERING GELLABLE TREATMENT FLUIDS  
Gellable treatment fluids containing an acrylamide copolymer and a suitable surfactant can be used in various subterranean operations where it is necessary for the treatment fluid to remain in a...
US20120055670 METHOD OF FRACTURING USING MANNANOHYDROLASE ENZYME BREAKER  
A thermophilic mannanohydrolase enzyme may be used as an enzyme breaker for fracturing fluids containing hydratable polymers of guar and underivatized guar. The amino acid sequence of the...
US20110146996 METHOD OF FRACTURING SUBTERRANEAN FORMATIONS WITH CROSSLINKED FLUID  
Subterranean formations, such as tight gas formations, may be subjected to hydraulic fracturing by introducing into the formation a fracturing fluid of an aqueous fluid, a hydratable polymer, a...
US20110100633 GELLED HYDROCARBONS FOR OILFIELD PROCESSES, PHOSPHATE ESTER COMPOUNDS USEFUL IN GELLATION OF HYDROCARBONS AND METHODS FOR PRODUCTION AND USE THEREOF  
Phosphate esters useful for gelling hydrocarbons in combination with a metal source are disclosed along with methods of preparation of the phosphate esters. Fouling in oil refinery towers has been...
US20110094746 Swellable Spacer Fluids and Associated Methods  
In some embodiments, the invention provides methods useful for subterranean operations, and more particularly, to swellable spacer fluids for sealing an annular space in a well bore, such as the...
US20130056213 Heterogeneous Proppant Placement  
A method is given for inducing heterogeneous proppant placement in a hydraulic fracture in a subterranean formation by causing proppant aggregation through a gel phase transition or chemical...
US20090145607 High Temperature Fracturing Fluids and Method of Use  
A treatment fluid for treating a subterranean formation is formed from an aqueous solution of a polysaccharide, a polyacrylamide, a crosslinking agent, which may be a Group 4 transition metal...
US20130000915 COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES FOR FRACTURING SUBTERRANEAN FORMATIONS  
The present invention is directed to novel additives packages, to fluid compositions including the additives, to methods of using the fluid compositions and the additives package, to methods of...
US20110067875 High Temperature Fracturing Fluids and Methods  
Of the many methods and compositions provided by this invention, one method a method of treating a subterranean formation, comprising: providing a treatment fluid comprising: an aqueous base fluid...
US20140048272 LOW-VISCOSITY TREATMENT FLUIDS FOR TRANSPORTING PROPPANT  
A method of treating a subterranean formation using low-viscosity subterranean treatment fluids with proppants suspended in gel fragments, including providing a fracturing fluid comprising an...
US20130186630 Low residue formation fracturing  
The present invention generally relates to a low residue hydraulic fracturing fluid which comprises an aqueous fluid and at least one polymeric gelling agent, wherein said polymeric gelling agent...
US20150114638 COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR HYDRAULIC FRACTURING OF NATURAL GAS AND OIL  
The disclosed compositions and methods provide a system that is effective for hydraulic fracturing, which can be used to extract natural gas and oil from subterranean formations, such as deep...
US20170183951 METHOD OF FRACTURING SUBTERRANEAN FORMATION  
To create stable conductive channels in propped fractures a first fracturing fluid free of proppant particles is injected into a wellbore and then a second fracturing fluid which is a suspension...
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