Cementing Laboratory Services

Helping Cementing Companies Create Value

Laboratory Testing

Improving Service Delivery 
Optimizing Fluid Designs to Meet Customer Objectives

Oilfield services companies and operators are continually looking to minimize the risk of cement failure, increase primary cement job success, and reduce non-productive time (NPT), thus reducing the time and cost of production.
Cement laboratory additives qualification and testing is an essential component in designing a cement sheath for the life of a well. Cement integrity testing requires a full complement of robust conventional and specialized test equipment, highly documented processes and procedures, and a staff who can perform the testing and analyse and interpret the tests.
Our cement-testing laboratory experts in oil well cement testing and cementing experiences in research and development and engineering can quickly generate extensive value for our customers.

DOSAS Cementing Laboratory Services

In partnership with European Laboratory we provide laboratory testing and engineering services including cement slurry testing API 10B and API 10A as below:

Compressive Strength

Fan instruments allow standard crush or non-destructive compressive-strength tests to be performed under simulated downhole pressure and temperature conditions.


Density is a measurement of fluid weight per unit of volume. Fann has instruments for the lab and field to make that measurement.

Fluid Loss Test

A fluid-loss test determines the relative effectiveness of a cement slurry to retain or lose its water phase. Controlling fluid loss is important in pumping the slurry to its final location.

Static Gel Strength

Chemical reactions occur within an oil well cement mixture as it becomes a solid.

Static Gel Strength

The thickening time of a slurry is calculated to determine the time required to mix and pump the slurry.

Ultrasonic Cement Testing

An ultrasonic compressive-strength test is used to help plan a cementing schedule for a well.


Viscosity is a measure of the resistance of a fluid which is being deformed by either shear stress or tensile stress, measured with viscometers and rheometers.

Solutions by Integrating the Technology and Chemistry

Our cementing engineers and consultants work with operators and cementing service providers to:

  • Identify well events that may prevent achieving complete zonal isolation
  • Perform cement integrity modeling to predict the risk of cement sheath failure
  • Select the cement mechanical properties targets to prevent cement sheath damage
  • Conduct field and project cement integrity diagnostic studies
  • Design and lead cement integrity research and development projects