HYDRO-PLUG® "Engineered, Composite" Lost Circulation Material

HYDRO-PLUGHYDRO-PLUG® lost circulation material (LCM) is an engineered, composite solution that is designed to be applied as a hesitation squeeze to mitigate partial to severe drilling fluid loss rates in any non-reservoir formation. It differs from other hesitation squeeze products because the engineered, composite formulation contains a specialized hydratable polymer and reaction retarder to control swelling. These additives allow for the pill to be easily pumped through any drill string, yet still able to seal large subterranean apertures after exiting the bit.

The engineered formula provides a seal with an increased resistance to pressure fluctuations, helping ensure mild to severe whole fluid losses in any non-reservior formation are quickly and efficiently resolved. Utilizing a pill of HYDRO-PLUG LCM helps save rig time and operational costs, requiring no trips out of the hole and no special pumping or mixing equipment.

HYDRO-PLUG® "Engineered, Composite" Lost Circulation Material

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Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® NS - Product Data Sheet
HYDRO-PLUG NS lost circulation material hydrates to plug vugular and cavernous formations.
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® - Product Data Sheet
HYDRO-PLUG lost circulation material hydrates to plug vugular and cavernous formations.
Summary Summary Customized Lost Circulation Treatments Help Resolve Severe Losses in Highly Fractured Geothermal Wells
Geothermal wells in Northern California are drilled in highly fractured volcanic reservoirs, where massive fluid losses can bring operations to a halt.
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® Engineered, Composite Lost Circulation Material - Sales Data Sheet
Sales Data Sheet for HYDRO-PLUG® lost circulation material (LCM) is an engineered, composite solution that is designed to be applied as a hesitation squeeze to mitigate partial to severe drilling fluid loss rates in any non-reservoir formation.
Summary Summary Combo LCM pills save operator US$50,000 and prevent hole collapse
Pills built with STOPPIT® and HYDRO-PLUG® lost circulation materials can cure total losses and prevent wellbore collapse
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® LCM Pill Cures Total Losses in High-Permeability Depleted Zone
HYDRO-PLUG® LCM pill cures total losses in high-permeability depleted zone
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® LCM Pill Cures Losses in Perforated Zone
HYDRO-PLUG® LCM Pill Cures Losses in Perforated Zone, Eliminating Need for USD 50,000 Cement Squeeze
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® LCM Standard Field Application Procedure
Standard Field Application Procedure
Summary Summary Engineered HYDRO-PLUG® Pill Dramatically Cuts Loss Rate in Fractured Limestone
Upon spotting the pill, drilling resumed from 1,858 meters (6,096 feet) to 2,060 meters (6,758 feet), but the average loss rate was 180 bbl/hr. Bapetco was unable to continue drilling to the planned interval total depth (TD).
Summary Summary Angola: LCM Pill Seals loss Zone in Deepwater Angola
By Using HYDRO-PLUG as a Cement Support in the open hole before setting a kick off plug, the cement remained in place and did not allow for any channeling inside the large rat hole that held the junk from centralizers left in the hole.
Summary Summary Egypt: Engineered HYDRO-PLUG® Lost Circulation Material Helped Operator Cure Severe Losses in Carbonate Formation
Drilling in the Eastern Desert, Trans Globe encountered complete losses while drilling the 8.5” hole section to 3,338 ft. In the first attempt to cure the losses, a 100 ppb conventional lost circulation material (LCM) pill was unsuccessful.
Summary Summary HYDRO-PLUG® Lost Circulation Material
HYDRO-PLUG® is an engineered, composite solution designed to be applied as a hesitation squeeze to mitigate partial to severe drilling fluid loss rates in any non-reservoir formation.
Summary Summary Lost Circulation Materials
Lost circulation is the complete or partial loss of fluid to a formation as a result of hydrostatic and annular pressure loss from natural or induced causes. Losses can add extensively to the overall well cost, both in time and mud requirements.
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