Tuned® Light Cement

High-strength performance from a lightweight slurry

Tuned Light cements rely on microspheres to produce lightweight  slurries with excellent strength characteristics. Tuned Light cement can yield strengths equal to or better than cements of equal density made by any other lightweight technique. 

Advantages of Tuned Light cement can include:

  • Low density. Tuned Light slurries offer a versatile range of potential densities, enabling operators to maximize returns and reduce the need for remedial top-up jobs.
  • Thixotropic. Tuned Light slurries are thixotropic by nature, which is beneficial when cementing in areas of potential lost circulation and cement fall-back.
  • Faster transition times. Tuned Light slurries can be designed for short transition times when required as gas-tight designs for wells with high gas flow potentials (GFP). 
  • Compressive Strength. Tuned Light slurries develop compressive strength at low densities and any temperature, and exceed the performance characteristics of conventional slurries under the same conditions.

 

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Summary Summary Cementing Best Practice: Tuned Light Cement Rig Operations Sign in required
7-page Best Practice dated 2/14/04. Document contains special considerations required for Tuned Light Cement Blends with respect to (1) Bulk Blending, (2) Bulk Sampling, (3) Testing on Location, and (4) Slurry QC during the Job.
Summary Summary Tailor Lightweight Slurry Designs to Well Conditions and Production Plans Sign in required
White Paper by Crook, Kulakofsky, and Griffith. More than ever before, operators and service companies planning lightweight oil- and gas-well cement jobs are giving attention to casing/cement sheath integrity for the entire life of oil, gas, geothermal, and gas-storage wells.
Summary Summary Tuned® Light Cement
Designed to perform effectively in wells with where loss of circulation with conventional weighted cement slurries might occur.
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