Omac Integrated is able to supply more than 3000 types of additives for all types of drilling fluids and completion fluids that are in demand in the oil and gas market.
From the very beginning, our company paid close attention to the protection of the environment, by avoiding the use of hazardous products and the use of new solution systems that are less polluting. In connection with the increasing attention of operators to environmental issues, which can sometimes limit the use of standard technologies, we have developed methods for solving these issues.
All the chemical products supplied by Omac Integrated are environmentally safe and in most cases are biodegradable.
|VISCOSIFIERS AND FLUID LOSS CONTROL|
|Xanthan gum which conforms to API Spec 13A and ISO 13500|
|High-purity xanthan gum|
|High-quality, high viscosity Polyanionic cellulose polymer|
|High viscosity Polyanionic cellulose polymer which conforms to API Spec 13A and ISO 13500|
|High-quality, low viscosity Polyanionic cellulose polymer|
|High-temperature (up to 190 °C) synthetic polymer|
|High-temperature (up to 246 °C) and high-salinity synthetic polymer|
|Low viscosity modified starch which conforms to API Spec 13A and ISO 13500|
|Chrome free, tannin-based deflocculant|
|Chrome free, modified tannin-based deflocculant|
|Amine-based inhibitor of clays and shales|
|Polyglycol-based inhibitor of clays and shales|
|Powder partially hydrolized polyacrylamide, encapsulator, clay stabilizer|
|Liquid partially hydrolized polyacrylamide, encapsulator, clay stabilizer|
|Sulfonated sodium asphalt, shale stabilizer|
|SPECIAL CHEMICALS ADDITIVES|
|Multifunctional corrosion inhibitor|
|Low toxic lubricant|
|Stuck freeing agent|
|Blend of anionic and amphoteric surfactants|
|Liquid oxygen scavenger based on ammonium bisulphite|
|Multifunctional corrosion inhibitor and oxygen scavenger|
|H2S Scavenger, Zinc Carbonate & Zinc Oxide|
|LOST CIRCULATION MATERIALS|
|Acid soluble lost circulation material|
|High-solids lost circulation material|
|Mica, lost circulation material|
|Nut Plug, lost circulation material|
|Blended lost circulation material|
|Hydrated magnesium chloride|
This list is incomplete and is provided for review
Number one goal for Omac Integrated is our desire to demonstrate to the operator that everything connected with the solution can be controlled in the most efficient and economical way. This means that it is necessary to control not only the drilling mud, but also the cleaning solution equipment, and the sludge utilization.
All these three extremely important aspects of drilling fluids are closely interrelated. We are sure that if the responsibility for all three aspects is assigned to one company, then the operator can obtain savings, while reducing the risk of possible problems. Omac Integrated is able to provide a solution of all three problems, since we have already successfully provided equipment for cleaning and minimizing sludge in parallel with a full range of drilling mud services for a number of projects.
In order to provide quality equipment for cleaning and minimizing sludgeime, Omac Integrated has established close business relations with major world manufacturers of abatementpurification equipment. Currently, on a lease basis, we supply the market with the vibrating screen and centrifuges manufactured by Derrick Equipment, and sell the vibrating grid produced by for the company Brandt and Derrick.
We offer our customers highly qualified drilling fluid engineers. All our engineers have undergone comprehensive training, have extensive experience in this specificity and are able to work in three languages. We use the experience of technical consultants from around the world to maximize the effective satisfaction of production needs and expectations. Today, our company employs more than 200 trained and experienced drilling fluid engineers.
Engineers have a higher education and at least graduated from the school for drilling muds Messina Incorporated. Many of them were also trained in the schools of other International Drilling Fluid Companies. Our engineers have a vast field experience, having been obtained by them for 15 years of work in the company Omac Integrated, and/or engineers who joined the company with experience in other international companies.
All engineers speak English and are confident PC users, they use the necessary software for reports, inventory and project analysis. The engineers will plan daily operations for solution processing, materials accounting, cleaning equipment, safety engineering, identification of hazardous materials, transport and local environmental requirements. The engineers will seek to reduce the total cost of the well, by constantly discussing the needs of the solution with the customer’s representative.
The work of Drilling Fluid Engineers includes:
With the beginning of increasing drilling intensity in Kazakhstan and abroad, there was a need to regulate the field laboratories in the fields, to coordinate them and to monitor the quality of chemical reagents. For this purpose, in 2010 a central laboratory was set up in Aktobe in the building of AktobeNIGRI and provides additional support for core and drilling mud research.
The laboratory of Omac provides technical support for field laboratories and their control, carries out the necessary analysis of drilling fluids in accordance with API standards, as well as the development of new drilling mud systems. Any necessary equipment can be delivered for special tests. This laboratory is able to provide technical support to our customers at any time and help with the occurrence of various problems with the solution in the field.
All equipment meets international standards and is produced by companies such as FANN or OFITE (USA), and complies with API standards.
At the end of the research, the laboratory gives a full analysis and recommendations for more effective solution of the problems that have arisen at the drilling site. Each field laboratory conducts daily contact to transmit timely information.
|LIST OF INSTRUMENTS USED BY THE CENTRAL LABORATORY:|
|Scales lever||Density of the drilling fluid is the most important parameter that is necessary for well control.|
|Viscometer||From rheology depends cleaning of the well from drilled rock and keeping it suspended.|
|Filter Press||Low fluid loss slows the hydration of clays and contributes to the formation of a thin crust, which prevents the emergence of differential stuck.|
|High pressure filter press (500 PSI) and high temperature 150°C||When drilling deep wells with a high bottomhole temperature, it is necessary to know what kind of water yield under the given conditions.|
|Retort||The measurement of the solids content is necessary to control the content of cuttings in the drilling mud. A high content leads to an increase in density and viscosity, as well as other parameters.|
|Complete chemical analysis of the filtrate and formation water||For the stable operation of polymers, it is necessary that the ion concentration be within the appropriate range. Their content is determined by special reagents.|
|Device for measuring friction between crust and metal||It is necessary to investigate the lubricity properties of drilling fluids.|
|5-Roller furnace||To simulate the impact of downhole conditions on drilling mud for a day or more, there is the possibility of testing in a roller furnace.|
|Mixer||To mix drilling fluids and chemical reagents.|
|Analytical scales||Required for weighing laboratory samples for the analysis of chemical reagents.|
|Tester for the determination of differential tack||It is necessary to determine the probability of sticking of a standard-sized drilling tool.|
|Permeation Clogging Tester (PPA)||It is necessary to determine the static filtration in the well. The method of selecting a ceramic disc, pressure and temperature can completely simulate bottomhole conditions.|
|Tester for determining the lubricity properties of drilling mud||It simulates friction of the tool in the normal mode and in the high pressure mode.|
|Tester of linear swelling of clays||It is necessary to determine the hydration and swelling of shales over time with continuous fixation on the computer. Special tablets from the tested rock are stamped in a special compactor under pressure.|
This list is incomplete and is provided for review