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Baroid Lost Circulation Materials:
BaraShield™-663
BaraShield™-664
BaraBlend™-665
BaraLock™-666.F
BaraLock™-666.M
BaraLock™-666.C
Agenda
▌ Challenge – Lost Circulation
▌ Baroid’s Solution – Prevention & Remediation
 BaraShield™-663 Features & Benefits
 BaraShield™-664 Features & Benefits
 BaraBlend™-665 Features & Benefits
 BaraLock™-666 (.F, .M, .C) Features & Benefits
▌ Why Baroid
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Challenges – Lost Circulation
Seepage
Typically occurs in sand,
sandstone, or silt
formations
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Partial Fluid Loss
Typically occurs in
moderately permeable
unconsolidated sand or
gravel, small natural
fractures, or small induced
fractures
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Severe/Total Fluid Loss
Typically occurs in highly
permeable and weak
unconsolidated sand or
gravel, large natural and/or
induced fractures, and
vugular formations
Baroid’s Solution – Prevention & Remediation
▌ Six distinct, engineered solutions to help prevent or remediate lost circulation,
with supplemental materials for the most challenging scenarios.
Loss Type
BaraShield™ -663
continuous treatment
BaraShield™ -664
continuous or pill treatment
BaraBlend™ -665
LCM “pill”* +
BaraLock™-666.F
BaraLock™-666.M
BaraLock™-666.C
Typical Formation
Characteristics
Seepage
(<10 bbl/hr)
(1.5 m3/hr)
Sands
Sandstones
Silt
Prevention
Remediation


Unconsolidated Sand or Gravel
Small natural fractures
Small induced fractures
Partial
(10-50 bbl/hr)
(1.5-8 m3/hr)
Unconsolidated Sand or Gravel
Small natural fractures
Small induced fractures

Severe
(> 50 bbl/hr)
(> 8 m3/hr)
Total
Unconsolidated Sand or Gravel
Vugular Formations
Large natural fractures
Large induced fractures

*Any dedicated LCM pill can be supplemented with BaraLock-666.F, BaraLock-666.M, BaraLock-666.C LCM to remediate the most severe fluid loss
scenarios. Please consult Recommended Operating Procedures for proper field application.
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Partial
(10-50 bbl/hr)
(1.5-8 m3/hr)
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BaraShield™-663
Premium Fine-Sized Granular Multi-Modal LCM Mesh Size (-30/+325)
▌ Key Features
 Optimal Sized Material
− Multi-modal particle size distribution
− Seals both pores and fractures
 Proven in lab to quickly seal up
to at least 500 microns in size
Multi-modal particulate
 Optimal concentration can be determined
using “STRESS-SHIELD™ Engineering
Method”
 Standard Pit Deployment
− Material can be added to existing fluid
without altering fluid properties
− Not recommended to be used in a
reservoir formation
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BaraShield™-663
Premium Fine-Sized Granular Multi-Modal LCM Mesh Size (-30/+325)
▌ Benefits
 Maintain Wellbore Stability
− Prevents fluid losses in impermeable and permeable formations
 Increased Rig-Floor Efficiency
− Reduces time and effort required to identify the proper mix and time
needed to cut multiple sacks
− Identify the proper amount utilizing “STRESS-SHIELD Engineering
Method”
 Reduced Costs
− Lower inventory, saves rig space and reduces waste
 Helps reduce HSE Incidents
− Less sacks to lift and cut
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BaraShield ™-663 vs Competitor PPA Test Comparison
▌ Ceramic Filter Discs (150F, 500 psi differential)
260
BaraShield-663 @ 10 ppb
Fluid Loss @ 30 min, g
Competitor @ 10 ppb
186
178
172
167
168
167
153
134
129
108
95
67
53
10 micron
20 micron
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40 micron
50 micron 120 micron 150 micron 190 micron
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BaraShield™-663 Seals Pores & Fractures
▌ Slots (150F, 500 psi differential)
Total Loss
BaraShield-663 @ 10 ppb
Fluid Loss @ 30 min, g
Competitor @ 10 ppb
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6
3
200 micron
500 micron
Total Loss = Test Failed (No plugging)
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BaraShield™-664
Medium-Sized Granular Multi-Modal LCM Mesh Size (-18/+325)
▌ Key Features
 Optimal Sized Material
− Multi-modal particle size distribution
− Proven in lab to quickly seal fractures
up to at least 1,000 microns in size
− Optimal concentration can be
determined using “STRESS-SHIELD
Engineering Method”
 Standard Pit Deployment
− Material can be added to existing fluid
without altering fluid properties
Multi-modal particulate
− Not recommended to be used in a
reservoir formation
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BaraShield™-664
Medium-Sized Granular Multi-Modal LCM Mesh Size (-18/+325)
▌ Benefits
 Maintain Wellbore Stability
− Prevents or remediates fluid losses in permeable and impermeable
formations
 Versatile Technology
− Effective as continuous treatment and also when utilized as LCM pill
 Increased Rig-Floor Efficiency
− Reduces time and effort required to identify the proper mix and time
needed to cut multiple sacks
− Identify the proper amount utilizing “STRESS-SHIELD Engineering
Method”
 Reduced Costs
− Lower inventory, saves rig space and reduces waste
 Helps reduce HSE Incidents
− Less sacks to lift and cut
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BaraShield™-664 Supplemented with BaraLock™-666.F
▌ Slots (150F, 500 psi differential)
Total Loss
BaraShield-664 @ 40 ppb
Fluid Loss @ 30 min, g
BaraShield-664 @ 40 ppb +
BaraLock-666.F (0.5ppb)
BaraShield-663 @ 40 ppb
110
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2
8
2
500 micron
1000 micron 1500 micron
Total Loss = Test Failed (No plugging)
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BaraShield™-664 LCM Helps Operator Drill through Severe
Loss Zone, Saving $227K and 2.5 Days
Location: Williston, North Dakota, USA
CHALLENGE:
 An operator drilling in the Beaver Lodge field had experienced
severe mud losses in the Rival formation. Severe lost
circulation was a significant problem on previous wells drilled in
this field.
SOLUTION:
 The shakers were screened down to API 20 mesh to prevent
screening out some of the LCM particles.
 Mud losses were observed immediately upon drilling into the
Rival, but the BaraShield-664 LCM treatment effectively sealed
the problem areas and losses quickly subsided.
RESULT:
 The operator experienced only minimal seepage, and the
section was drilled 2.5 days faster than usual average for this
area, which resulted in a savings of approximately $200,000 in
rig time.
 The total mud loss volume was reduced by 81% when
compared to previous wells, resulting in a $27,000 savings in
mud costs.
 Overall, the operator realized a savings of $227,000.
CASE STUDY
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BaraBlend™-665
Premium Granular, High-Fluid Loss LCM Contains Fine-Sized Reticulated Foam
▌ Key Features
 “Engineered, Composite Solution”
− Pre-defined particulate and foam
components in a single sack*
− Effective as remediation treatment
− Proven in lab to seal openings up
to 3,000 microns (< 3 mm)
 Versatile Deployment
Fine foam
component
− Material can be pumped through
typical BHAs or used in open-end
drill pipe (to be validated in field
trial)
Multi-modal
particulates
*BaraBlend-665 is comprised of both fine
foam sponges and multi-modal
particulates in a single sack.
− No specialized pumping equipment
required
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BaraBlend™-665
Premium Granular, High-Fluid Loss LCM Contains Fine-Sized Reticulated Foam
▌ Benefits
 Increased Wellbore Integrity
− Proven technical formula to plug fractures via hesitation
squeeze
 Reduced Non-Productive Time
− Mitigate partial to severe fluid loss rates
 Increased Rig-Floor Efficiency
− Reduces time and effort required to identify the proper mix and
time needed to cut multiple sacks
 Reduced Costs
− Lower inventory with easy to deploy pre-mixed formula in a
single sack
 Helps reduce HSE Incidents
− Less sacks to lift and cut
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BaraLock™-666 (.F, .M, .C)
Premium Fine, Medium & Coarse-Sized Reticulated Foam LCM
▌ Key Features
 “Engineered, Supplemental Solution”
 Highly compressible and resilient
reticulated foam material
 Available in 3 sizes
− BaraLock-666.F
− BaraLock-666.M
− BaraLock-666.C
 Can be added to any LCM pill
 Effective substitute for specialty crosslinkable sealants and long fibers
Fine
Medium
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 Designed to plug fractures with large
and unknown widths
Coarse
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BaraLock™-666 (.F, .M, .C)
Premium Fine, Medium & Coarse-Sized Reticulated Foam LCM
▌ Benefits
 Maintain Wellbore Integrity
− Remediate severe to total fluid losses
 Reduced Non-Productive Time
 Versatile Solution
− Add to any LCM pill for enhanced fracture plugging for
severe/total fluid losses
− Three different sizes available to meet the most challenging
loss scenarios
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Back Up
Why Baroid?
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1925
Filed patent for first barite-based
drilling fluid
1930
First mud school
1932
First mud-testing procedures and kit
1939
First mud-logging service
1940s
Pioneers service by air and sea
1950s
Invents foam drilling technology
1960s
Invents oil-based fluid, Invermul® system
1970s
Develops new fluids for hostile geology
1980s
Develops mud loop testing, improves
waste management
1990s
Pioneers biodegradable invert
drilling fluids
2000s
Rolls out first families of clay-free synthetic
and high performance water-based fluids
2010s
Introduces automated mud monitoring
equipment to industry
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Consistent Quality
▌ Our Technical and Operational Process
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Baroid Fluid & Waste Management Solutions
 Water Based Fluids
 Invert Emulsion Systems
 Wellbore Stability
 Lost Circulation Materials
 Wellbore Clean-Up and
Displacement Packages
 Breaker Systems for
Polymer and Solids Removal
 Lost Circulation in Pay
Zones
 Waste Management
 Solids Control Equipment and Services
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