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Our technology portfolio is more comprehensive than ever. We offer more options to help you engineer integrated technology solutions to solve challenges, enhance production and achieve your economic objectives.
Featuring KRYPTOSPHERE, the most conductive ceramic proppant for high pressure and high temperature fracture environments.
Technology that significantly reduces production maintenance requirements and costs, avoids workovers and eliminates the potential for production system failures.
Safely and efficiently evaluate your near-wellbore fracture height and width for the life of the well.
Increase production and recovery by freeing your fracture of water and water-based fluids with proppant-delivered flow enhancement technology.
Proppant products that include our CARBOBOND resin-coating technology that improves proppant strength and productivity.
High-transport proppant technology helps operators avoid the introduction of gel into their fracs while improving reservoir contact and fracture conductivity.
Watch CARBO's FUSION proppant pack consolidation technology at work. With FUSION, you can now create a bonded, high integrity proppant pack without closure stress. Providing well integrity critical to inject and produce at ultra-high rates required to improve well economics and increase EUR.
The use of slickwater fluid systems in hydraulic fracture design has grown tremendously in recent years relative to "conventional" linear gel or cross-linked fluid systems. The primary drivers for this change in design methodology are cost, proppant pack damage minimization, fracture complexity and environmental footprint. The efficiency of proppant placement in the fracture using slickwater systems remains a subject of ongoing research none-the-less.
Nearly all of the proppant available on the market today can be classified into one of three tiers – sand, resin-coated sand and ceramic. The products contained in these three tiers have served the industry well and have typically covered the broad spectrum of applications required by completions engineers.
Production of hydrocarbons in deep water reservoirs involves the economical flow of hydrocarbons from the reservoir to the point of sale. One important consideration is effectively preventing / handling solid deposits which can be both organic (i.e. paraffin, asphaltenes) and inorganic (i.e. calcite, barite, halite) in nature.