BaraPure™ Drilling Fluid System Customer Presentation

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BaraPure™ Fluid System
Global Customer Presentation
Baroid Marketing
Agenda
▌ Customer Challenge
 Maximize Drilling Performance and Minimize Environmental
Impact
▌ Baroid’s Solution – BaraPure™ Salt-Free Invert Emulsion Fluid System
 Baroid’s Fluid Portfolio
 What makes BaraPure™ System unique?
 Laboratory Verification
 Operational Benefits
▌ Potential applications
▌ Case Histories
 BaraPure™ System Field Trial
▌ Questions?
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Customer Challenge – Maximize Drilling Performance and
Minimize Environmental Impact
▌ WBM performance
constraints
▌ Strict environmental
regulations
▌ Waste treatment logistics and
expense
▌ Risk Mitigation
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Baroid’s Solution – BaraPure™ Fluid System
Engineered, salt-free invert
emulsion fluid system for
technically challenging wells or
strict environmental regulations
▌ Reduce overall AFE
▌ Meet/exceed environmental
regulations
▌ Improve drilling performance
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Baroid’s Fluid Portfolio for Environmentally Challenging
Areas
Drilling Performance
High-Performance
WBM
Standard Invert
Emulsion Fluids
BaraPure™ Fluid
Technical Capability
Requires salts, amines,
and/or silicate additives
plus glycols and polymers
to inhibit well, sub-par in
several situations
Technical Capability
Superior control of watersensitive and reactive
formations through CaCl2
salinity level.
Technical Capability
Equivalent to other IEF;
shale is controlled through
alcohol levels and
monitoring water activity.
Limitations
Temperature: 300-325°F
Density: 9-18 ppg
Contaminants: CO2, cement
Limitations
Temperature: 450°F
Density: 9-18 ppg
Limitations
Temperature: 300°F
Density: 9-18 ppg
Waste Management
Dewatering may be used
for water recycling. Salt
may cause disposal
concerns in some areas.
Waste Management
Containment of cuttings in
pits/skips. Dryer package
needed in some cases.
Waste is loaded onto trucks
and transported for
treatment/disposal.
Waste Management
Reduced waste and lowest
salinity value of any fluid.
Oil content can be reduced
further with dryers. Waste
can undergo on site land
treatment and disposal in
many areas.
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What Makes BaraPure™ System Unique
▌ Engineered chemistry
 Salt-free, hygroscopic internal phase
 Clay-free emulsion structure
 Proprietary polymer technology
▌ Environmental & Performance Benefits
 Significantly lower toxicity levels
 Performance equivalent to other Baroid Clayfree HPIEF systems
 Does not inhibit plant growth or water quality
Biodegradation and toxicity profile of CaCl2 and BDF™-522 Hygroscopic Liquid
CaCl2
Biodegradation (Method OECD
301)
Toxicity against rats
LD50
Aquatic toxicity
(Fish) LC50
Invertebrate toxicity
(Daphnia Magna) LC50
Non-biodegradable
1g/kg
0.1g/kg
0.76-3g/kg
60% in 10 days
12.6g/kg
5g/kg
15.3g/kg
Significant
> 12 X less toxic
50 X less toxic
5 X less toxic
BDF™-522
Improvement
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BaraPure™ Proprietary Polymer Technology Performance
Laboratory Verification
▌ Rheology profiles and sag resistance similar to HPIEF systems
▌ Thermally stable rheology up to 300°F
12-lb/gal 70/30 OWR
BaraPure™ Fluid System
PV, cP
31
YP, lb/100 ft2
19
LSYP, lb/100 ft2
8
Gels 10 sec/10 min, lb/100 ft2
10/21
HTHP fluid loss, ml/30 min
1.6
Sag factor – 24 hr @ 300°F
0.501
Oil separation, ml
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BaraPure™ System Technology Performance
Laboratory Verification
▌ Effective Shale Stabilization
▌ Lower, more stable rheology
Water activity of 0.70, customized to
match typical Water Phase Salinity
12 lb/gal
CaCl2
12 lb/gal
BaraPure™
16 lb/gal
CaCl2
16 lb/gal
BaraPure™
PV
38
32
51
48
YP
30
22
24
15
LSYP
11
8
12
6
HTHP Fluid Loss, ml
2.8
2.0
2.8
Shale Erosion %
4.2
3.5
5.9
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London Clay
Quartz, Wt %
26
Smectite, Wt %
20
Illite, Wt %
49
3.0
Kaolin, Wt %
1
3.8
Chlorite, Wt %
2
Operational Benefits
▌ Reduced NPT
▌ Cuttings waste can be disposed
of at the source in many areas
▌ Reduces or eliminates waste
haul-off for remedial treatment
▌ Faster, more effective treatments
▌ Reduced dilution and chemical
consumption
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BaraPure™ Fluid System AFE Benefits
Accelerated
Technical
Performance
• Reduced NPT
• Time savings
Less days to TD
With Clay-Free IEF
Subjective; offset
data summaries
and detailed KPIs
needed to prove
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Reduced
Disposal
Costs
Waste
Reduction
• Lower losses
• Less dilution
• Less waste
• Little/No
hauling
• Low overhead
BaraPure trial wells
showed significant
reduction in waste
Land application
permitted in most
areas
Quantifiable Value Easily measured and tracked; directly attributed
to fluids/waste mgt. solution performance
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Lower Risks
• People & land
• Water sources
Environmental
awareness is
increasing
Subjective; risk
profiles vary by
concession and
the regulatory
environment
BaraPure™ Fluid Applications
▌ Environmentally-strict geographies
▌ Unconventionals
▌ Land rigs
▌ Mature fields
▌ Remote locations with waste management challenges
 Logistics
 Infrastructure
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Case History – BaraPure™ Fluid System
Location: Alberta, Canada
CHALLENGE:
 Lateral well designs with high clay content
 Meet or exceed standard IEF performance
 Demonstrate potential cost savings through reduced
environmental impact
Weight of fluid system specific products
mixed - kg
4478
BaraPure
Conventional
3288
2928
2457
1498
SOLUTION:
 BaraPure™ Fluid System applied to three wells
 More than 29,000 feet drilled
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RESULT:
 High ROPs with excellent hole cleaning and cuttings integrity
 Wellbore in excellent condition for casing runs
 BaraPure™ waste had 37% less OOC on average
 One fourth as much product was used on average
CASE STUDY
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Questions?
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