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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
507117000 Organic component is solid synthetic resin 82
507110000 Organic component is carbohydrate or derivative thereof (e.g., sugar or gum, such as galactomannan, xanthan, etc.) or carboxylic acid ester of an alcohol which has five or more hydroxy groups bonded directly to carbons 46
507129000 Organic component contains nitrogen attached directly or indirectly to carbon by nonionic bonding 45
507138000 Organic component is a fat, fatty alcohol, fatty oil, ester-type wax, fatty still residue, or higher fatty acid or salt thereof 14
507104000 Organic component is cellular or fibrous material derived from plant or animal source (e.g., wood, nutshell, paper, leather, cotton, etc.) 10
507106000 Organic component is lignin or humate or derivative thereof (e.g., tannin, quebracho extract, etc.) 8
507105000 Organic component contains fluorine bonded directly to carbon 6
507128000 Organic component contains phosphorous attached directly or indirectly to carbon by nonionic bonding 5
20120295820MANAGEMENT OF CORROSION IN PHOSPHATE BRINES - Phosphate brines are disclosed having reduced corrosive ratings. The phosphate brines include an additive system that reduces the corrosiveness of the phosphate brines compared to the phosphate brines in the absence of the additive system.11-22-2012
20100029515HYDROCARBON FLUIDS AND METHODS OF USING SAME - A new hydrocarbon fluid composition and methods of using the fluid are disclosed. The fluid is comprised of a liquid hydrocarbon, a phosphate ester, an iron or aluminum salt crosslinker, a hydrocarbon foaming agent and a gas. The fluid can be used in many applications.02-04-2010
20100152067FRICTION MODIFIER FOR DRILLING FLUIDS - This invention relates to improved lubrication in drilling and completion fluids used in subterrain drilling for oil and gas. The addition of zinc dialkyl dithiophosphate (ZDDP) acts as a lubricant, an enhancer to other lubricants and rate of penetration enhancer.06-17-2010
20110160098Hydraulic Fluid Compositions - An aqueous hydraulic fluid composition comprising a first lubricant comprising at least one phospholipid and a second lubricant comprising an alkoxylate salt. The aqueous hydraulic fluid composition contains less than about 20% by weight (preferably none or substantially none) of an oil selected from the group consisting of mineral oils, synthetic hydrocarbon oils, and mixtures thereof. The use of alkoxylate salts provides increased lubricity and also acts as an emulsion stabilizer for the composition.06-30-2011
20130178399GAS HYDRATE INHIBITORS AND METHODS FOR MAKING AND USING SAME - Methods relate to using phosphate and/or nitrate brines to reduce hydrate formation in flowlines under conditions conducive for hydrate formation in the absence of the phosphate and/or nitrate brine. The phosphate and/or nitrate brines may include compatible anti-corrosion additives.07-11-2013
507139000 Organic component contains an alcohol group 4
20130165351Method to Reduce Salt Necessary to Reach Saturation of Drilling Fluids - The addition of a non-aqueous, non-oleaginous component into an aqueous-based drilling fluid may reduce the amount of salt necessary for the aqueous-based drilling fluid to reach saturation. The amount of the non-aqueous, non-oleaginous component within the aqueous-based drilling fluid may range from about 5 vol % to about 95 vol %. The component may be, but is not limited to glycol, glycerin, polyol, alcohol, and combinations thereof. The aqueous-based drilling fluid may then be used for drilling a wellbore into a subterranean reservoir that contains salt and thereby prevent or inhibit the salt from being leached from the subterranean reservoir.06-27-2013
20120264659Methods to Modify Drilling Fluids to Improve Lost Circulation Control - Of the many compositions and methods provided here, one method includes providing a drilling fluid comprising a lost circulation material and a base drilling fluid, wherein the base drilling fluid comprises an oleaginous continuous phase and a polar organic molecule, wherein the base drilling fluid has a first normal stress difference magnitude (|N10-18-2012
20110160100COMPOSITION OF PACKER FLUID FOR DEEP AND ULTRA-DEEP WELLS IN ENVIRONMENTS CONTAINING CO2 - A composition of a packer fluid which comprises biodiesel glycerin to be used in deep and ultra-deep wells in environments containing CO06-30-2011
20090036332COMPOSITION AND PROCESS FOR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY - The present invention includes a cost effective custom-designed blend of organic chemicals to stimulate oil production. The invention includes a chemical composition for use in drilling operations for oil recovery and the method of using the chemical composition. The chemical composition includes an ammonia compound, an alcohol, and aqueous carrier solution. The aqueous carrier solution is of sufficient volume such that it is operable to fully dissolve the ammonia compound and alcohol in the aqueous carrier solution.02-05-2009
507134000 Organic component contains sulfur attached directly or indirectly to carbon by nonionic bonding 4
20100016180Method of Increasing Lubricity of Brine-based Drilling Fluids and Completion Brines - The lubricity of a drilling fluid or a completion fluid may be increased by incorporating into the fluid a water-soluble or water-dispersible salt of a sulfonated (sulfated) vegetable oil or a derivative thereof, such as a sulfonated (sulfated) castor oil. Suitable derivatives include the sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium or ammonium salt. A non-ionic or anionic surfactant which is capable of enhancing the solubility of the salt may further be incorporated into the drilling fluid or completion fluid.01-21-2010
20120220502COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING ALKYLALKOXYSULFONATES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE STABLE FOAMS - The present invention is directed to the use of alkylalkoxysulfonates for the production of foams, which are stable at high temperatures, e.g. up to about 250° C. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for producing of high temperature stable foams by using a foamable aqueous composition comprising at least one linear alkylalkoxysulfonate.08-30-2012
20100267592Multi-Component Drilling Fluid Additive, and Drilling Fluid System Incorporating the Additive - Multi-component additive for incorporation into a drilling fluid, and a drilling fluid system comprising said multi-component additive. The additive preferably comprises three primary components: (1) a rate of penetration enhancer, namely one of a number of synthetic (non-toxic) ester-based or olefin-based oils as a carrier for other additives, such as surfactants; (2) a lubricant, namely one or more of a number of chlorinated waxes, chlorinated olefins, and plant based fatty acids; and (3) a clay inhibitor/stabilizer, such as a polyglycol. Preferably, the three components are pre-mixed in a single container, for ease in use in adding to a drilling fluid system. The additive may be incorporated into a drilling fluid system at a shore based facility, and the “liquid mud” transported to a drilling rig; or the additive may be brought to the drilling rig and incorporated into a drilling fluid system on site.10-21-2010
20080234145Use of Lithium Salts of Fatty Alcohol Sulphates for Cleaning Boreholes, Boring Devices and Borings - The invention relates to the use of compounds of general formula (I): R—O—SO—Li09-25-2008
507136000 Organic component contains ether linkage (e.g., PEG ether, etc.) 3
20120295821High Performance Drilling Fluids with Submicron-Size Particles as the Weighting Agent - Drilling fluids comprising a carrier fluid; a weighting agent that comprises sub-micron precipitated barite; a particle having a specific gravity of greater than about 2.6; and, a bridging agent that is not the submicron-precipitated barite or the particle. The weighting agent has a particle size distribution such that at least 10% of particles in the sub-micron precipitated barite have a diameter below about 0.2 microns, at least 50% of the particles in the sub-micron precipitated barite have a diameter below about 0.3 microns and at least 90% of the particles in the sub-micron precipitated barite have a diameter below about 0.5 microns. The particle has a specific gravity of greater than about 2.6 is not sub-micron precipitated barite. The ratio of the sub-micron precipitated barite to the particle is about 10:90 to about 99:1. The bridging agent comprises a degradable material.11-22-2012
20100190664INVERT EMULSION BASED COMPLETION AND DISPLACEMENT FLUID AND METHOD OF USE - A method of cleaning a wellbore prior to the production of oil or gas, wherein the wellbore has been drilled with an invert emulsion drilling mud that forms an invert emulsion filter cake is disclosed. The method may include circulating a breaker fluid into the wellbore, where the breaker fluid includes a non-oleaginous internal phase and an oleaginous external phase, where the non-oleaginous phase includes a water soluble polar organic solvent, a hydrolysable ester of a carboxylic acid, and a weighting agent, and the oleaginous external phase includes an oleaginous fluid and an emulsifier, and where the hydrolysable ester is selected so that upon hydrolysis an organic acid is released and the invert emulsion of the filter cake breaks.07-29-2010
20110306524DRILLING FLUID AND METHODS - A drilling fluid comprising: a non-ionic surfactant including: a branched alcohol ethoxylate and/or a capped alcohol ethoxylate; and a detergent builder.12-15-2011
507137000 Organic component contains a carbocyclic group (e.g., cyclic alkyl, aromatic, tall oil, etc.) 3
20080312107Process for treating underground formations - A process for disrupting filter cake in an underground formation, which includes (i) incorporating into a treatment fluid a solid polymer capable of being converted by hydrolysis into one or more organic acids; (ii) introducing the treatment fluid into the underground formation; and (iii) allowing the solid polymer to hydrolyze in the presence of water to produce organic acid such that acid soluble material within the filter cake or adjacent formation is dissolved.12-18-2008
20110059871Graphene Compositions And Drilling Fluids Derived Therefrom - Drilling fluids comprising graphenes and nanoplatelet additives and methods for production thereof are disclosed. Graphene includes graphite oxide, graphene oxide, chemically-converted graphene, and functionalized chemically-converted graphene. Derivatized graphenes and methods for production thereof are disclosed. The derivatized graphenes are prepared from a chemically-converted graphene through derivatization with a plurality of functional groups. Derivatization can be accomplished, for example, by reaction of a chemically-converted graphene with a diazonium species. Methods for preparation of graphite oxide are also disclosed.03-10-2011
20120010109HYDRODEWAXED HYDROCARBON FLUID USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF FLUIDS FOR INDUSTRIAL, AGRICULTURAL, OR DOMESTIC USE - Hydrocarbon fluid which can be used in the composition of industrial, agricultural and household products, with a pour point of less than −15° C. according to ASTM standard D97, initial and final boiling points between 200 and 450° C., containing more than 50% by weight of isoparaffins and naphthenes up to at most 40% by weight, and constituted by a mixture of hydrocarbons obtained by distillation of hydrodewaxed gas-oil cuts with a boiling point greater than 200° C.01-12-2012
507127000 Organic component contains silicon attached directly or indirectly to carbon by nonionic bonding 1
20110021384DRILLING FLUID ADDITIVE AND METHODS OF STABILIZING KAOLINITE FINES MIGRATION - A method of drilling is disclosed and includes pumping a wellbore fluid into a wellbore through an earth formation, wherein the wellbore fluid comprises a base fluid and a surface active agent capable of altering wettability of fines located in the earth formation, and allowing filtration of at least a portion of the wellbore fluid into the earth formation.01-27-2011
20120264656COMPOSITION OF SPECIAL FLUID AND USE - Composition of special fluid comprising at least one hydrogenated mono- and/or at least one polyterpene, in a mixture with at least one special fluid for industrial applications such as the petroleum industry, in construction as sealants and paints, adhesives, the inks industry, metal working, the treatment and protection of metals, but also for domestic uses and in the agric-food and plumbing industries.10-18-2012
20090291859Drilling fluid additive - A water base drilling fluid additive contains biodiesel, lime, calcium chloride and solids for improving viscosity of the drilling fluid, while containing biodegradable ingredients. The additive also contains a weighting agent, for instance barite, a well bore sealant, such as bentonite, and an emulsion stabilizer, such as is lignosulfonate.11-26-2009
20090163386COMPOSITIONS FOR DRILLING FLUIDS USEFUL TO PRODUCE FLAT TEMPERATURE RHEOLOGY TO SUCH FLUIDS OVER A WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE AND DRILLING FLUIDS CONTAINING SUCH COMPOSITIONS - A drilling fluid additive characterized by a drilling fluid viscosity regulating property which imparts a stable rheological profile to an oil based drilling fluid characterized by a substantially constant equivalent circulating density over a temperature range of about 120° F. to about 40° F. or a substantially constant high shear rate viscosity reading measured at 600 rpm. The present invention further provides an oil based drilling fluid including a continuous base oil phase; a weighting agent; a filtrate reducer; an emulsifier; and an effective amount of a rheological additive. The oil based drilling fluid exhibits a substantially constant equivalent circulating density and a substantially constant high shear rate viscosity reading over a temperature range of about 120° F. to about 40° F.06-25-2009
20100227781Method to Prevent Salt Crystal Agglomeration and Settling in a Drilling Fluid - Various salt crystal and agglomeration settling inhibiting agents may aid the ability to keep salt crystals of a desired particle size undissolved and dissolved in an aqueous drilling fluid, including, whey, wine-making residues, “steepwater solubles” or an organic liquid formed from the residue of wet processing of grains, sugar cane, sugar beets, and similar plants for the food and beverage industries for consumption by human or animals, and combinations thereof. A fluid so treated has more uniform properties and a reduced tendency for the salt therein to settle out as compared to an otherwise identical fluid absent an effective proportion or amount of the salt crystal agglomeration and settling inhibiting agent, even for saturated salt fluids. The salt crystal agglomeration and settling inhibiting agents are also believed to be useful in inhibiting or preventing the formation of gas hydrates under gas hydrate forming conditions of low temperature and high pressure.09-09-2010
20110111988Electrically Conductive Oil Base Drilling Fluids Containing Carbon Nanotubes - Electrically conductive oil base drilling fuids with carbon nanotubes have either an organic base (oil) or a base that is an emulsion of water in oil (invert emulsion) and contains carbon nanotubes dispersed in oil. These drilling fluids may be prepared by either (1) the addition of electrically conductive dispersions of carbon nanotubes in oil to conventional oil base drilling fluids (unweighted or weighted) or (2) the sonication of the mixture of oil pre-wetted carbon nanotubes with unweighted conventional oil base drilling fluids. The electrically conductive dispersions of carbon nanotubes in oil may be prepared by sonication or by microfluidization. The oil may be a mineral oil, paraffin oil, synthetic oil, or diesel oil. The electrically conductive oil-based drilling fluids may further contain ionic, non-ionic or polymeric surfactants.05-12-2011
20100130387Method and Facility for Treating Waste Drilling Mud - A method is provided of recycling and decontaminating oil-based waste drilling mud and cuttings contaminated with oil-based waste drilling mud. A facility for performing the method is also provided. The method includes removing the coarse solids from the mud, breaking the emulsion, and separating the hydrophobic phase from the water phase and the solid phase. The solids may then be treated by either or both of two approaches. One approach involves vaporizing all residual oil and water from the solids, and burning off the vaporized oil. Another approach involves at least partially vaporizing the residual oil from the solids and recondensing the oil. The method produces a solid “soil” product that is free from oil contamination (or is sufficiently decontaminated to allow reuse), an oil product that is fit for reuse, and clean air emissions. A thermal desorber or a soil dryer can be used to efficiently vaporize the oil at low temperature. Optionally the water fraction of the mud can be vaporized, solutes and salts can be captured as evaporite and then be mixed with the soil product. The method has the unique advantage of producing no persistent hazardous waste. The method has the further advantage of requiring no external input of energy if the reclaimed oil is used to provide energy for the process. The method has the further advantage of recycling portions of the drilling mud that would otherwise be subject to disposal.05-27-2010
20120071368Drilling Fluid for Enhanced Rate of Penetration - A drilling fluid is provided which results in an enhanced rate of penetration, and more particularly, a drilling mud composition is provided with a reduced ester content which maintains an enhanced rate of penetration.03-22-2012
20100167961Stuck Drill Pipe Additive And Method - An aqueous mixture of a non-toxic, low pH, antimicrobial, acidic composition having a pH between approximately 0.5 and approximately 3.5 is used in a drilling fluid and a stuck pipe additive. One embodiment of the stuck pipe additive composition includes an alkali metal halide salt in a range of approximately 10-35 weight %; a sequenching agent in a range between 2-8 weight %, a low pH, non toxic acid composition in a range of 0.5-20 weight percent and water in a range of 7-88.5 weight %. As a drilling fluid, it maintains well control and removes drill cuttings from holes drilled into the earth. As a spotting fluid, it frees a stuck drill stem in the annulus of a bore hole in minutes.07-01-2010
20120004146Surfactant Additives Used to Retain Producibility While Drilling - A method comprises providing a drilling fluid comprising: an aqueous fluid; and a microemulsion surfactant; and drilling a well bore in a subterranean formation comprising an oleaginous fluid using the drilling fluid, wherein the microemulsion surfactant forms a microemulsion with the oleaginous fluid within the well bore. In accordance with the method, the subterranean formation has a retained producibility greater than about 50%.01-05-2012
20120071367ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY BASE FLUIDS AND METHODS FOR MAKING AND USING SAME - Non-toxic, biodegradable base fluids are disclosed for use in making downhole fluids, where the base fluids include blends of paraffins, olefins, naphthenes, esters, and oxygenates, having low viscosities, having a pale-yellow color, having a flashpoint of >80° C. (175° F.) and have a pour point of about 19° F. Methods for making and using fluids include the base fluids of this invention are also disclosed03-22-2012
20120129733SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROCESSING GLYCEROL - Systems and methods for processing glycerol into one or more useful products are provided. The method can include decreasing a pH of a mixture comprising glycerol and fatty acids to produce an emulsion comprising a glycerol-rich portion and a fatty acids-rich portion. At least a portion of the glycerol-rich portion can be reacted with at least one of an oxidant and a catalyst at conditions sufficient to produce a reacted product comprising glyceric acid, oxalic acid, glycolic acid, formic acid, or any combination thereof.05-24-2012
20100204066WATER ABSORBING POLYMERS FOR TREATMENT OF BRINES AND WATER-BASED DRILLING FLUIDS - A method for removing water from a wellbore fluid is disclosed. The method may include the steps of contacting a wellbore fluid with a water absorbing polymer, where the wellbore fluid includes an aqueous fluid, allowing the water absorbing polymer to interact with the wellbore fluid for a sufficient period of time so that the water absorbing polymer absorbs at least a portion of water in the aqueous fluid, and separating the water absorbing polymer containing the absorbed water from the wellbore fluid.08-12-2010
20120220500Process for Removal of Hydrogen Sulfide in Downhole Oilfield Applications - A method and system remove hydrogen sulfide from a hydrocarbon containing fluid. In an embodiment, the method for removing hydrogen sulfide from a hydrocarbon containing fluid includes contacting a methylmorpholine-N-oxide solution with the hydrocarbon containing fluid. The method also includes allowing the methylmorpholine-N-oxide to react with the hydrogen sulfide to remove the hydrogen sulfide.08-30-2012
20120231977Thermal Insulating Fluids - Aqueous and substantially anhydrous fluids having particularly low thermal conductivities and variable densities are disclosed. The fluids include: one or more organic and/or inorganic salts and at least one aprotic polar organic solvent, a mixture of aprotic and erotic polar organic solvents, and/or a polar organic solvent having both prone and aprotic polar functional group linkages. The fluids optionally include one or more viscosifying agents and are free of cross-linking agents. Methods for formulating and using the fluids are also disclosed.09-13-2012
20120329682Drilling Fluid for Enhanced Rate of Penetration - A drilling fluid is provided which results in an enhanced rate of penetration, and more particularly, a drilling mud composition is provided with a reduced ester content which maintains an enhanced rate of penetration.12-27-2012
20120101009CYCLOHEXANE OXIDATION PROCESS BYPRODUCT STREAM DERIVATIVES AND METHODS FOR USING THE SAME - Disclosed are ester compositions, solvents, cleaning formulations, curing agents, reactive diluent solvents, controlled acid function release agents, polyol monomers, drilling mud, methods of making each of the above, methods of using each of the above. In one embodiment, the ester composition is obtained from a process applied to a starting material, wherein the starting material is a portion of products from a cyclohexane oxidation process, wherein the starting material includes products having free acid functional groups, wherein the starting material is selected from the group consisting of a water extract (Water Wash), a concentrated water extract (COP Acid), a non-volatile residue (NVR), and a combination thereof.04-26-2012
20100130386Solvent For Extracting Bitumen From Oil Sands - The use of a solvent for bitumen extraction, either from mined oil sands or in situ. The solvent includes (a) a polar component, the polar component being a compound comprising a non-terminal carbonyl group; and (b) a non-polar component, the non-polar component being a substantially aliphatic substantially non-halogenated alkane. The solvent has a Hansen hydrogen bonding parameter of 0.3 to 1.7 and/or a volume ratio of (a):(b) in the range of 10:90 to 50:50.05-27-2010
20130150267MAGNETICALLY CONTROLLED DELIVERY OF SUBTERRANEAN FLUID ADDITIVES FOR USE IN SUBTERRANEAN APPLICATIONS - Various compositions are provided herein that include a composition that includes a well bore treatment fluid and a magnetically-sensitive component that includes a subterranean fluid additive. In some instances, the magnetically-sensitive component may be a ferrogel. In some instances, the ferrogel may include a polymer matrix and a magnetic species.06-13-2013
20120283148Methods and Compositions for Hydrocarbon-Based Crosslinking Additives with Non-Detectable BTEX Levels - Disclosed is a hydrocarbon-based concentrate composition for crosslinking polysaccharide polymers in an aqueous-based fluid, such as a fracturing fluid, wherein the hydrocarbon-based composition has no or substantially no detectable levels of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and/or m-, o-, or p-xylenes (BTEX). Preferred polysaccharide polymers are galactomannan gums or derivatives thereof. The concentrate comprises an oleaginous solution, such as a hydrocarbon distillate, a crosslinking agent for crosslinking the polysaccharide polymer, preferably a sparingly soluble alkali metal or alkali metal alkaline earth metal borate, and a stabilizing/suspension agent, preferably a clay mineral selected from the group consisting of smectite clays. The concentrate may, optionally, contain a deflocculant and/or an anti-syneresis additive.11-08-2012

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