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    Relative Permeability Modifier

    Where Water Control Meets Oil's Potential

    Discover the future of water control in offshore and onshore oil and gas fields with our cutting-edge DOSAS Relative Permeability Modifier (RPM) solution, WaterCurb™ RPM. This innovative microgel, carefully crafted from a blend of polymer and internal crosslinker, revolutionizes water management.

    WaterCurb™ RPM is designed to tackle excess water production head-on while offering unique benefits in light sand control applications for specific candidates. Once introduced into the formation, these microgels gracefully adhere to the rock pore surfaces, forming a layer equal to their size. Under the influence of capillary pressure, they elegantly collapse, effectively reducing the relative permeability of water.


    » White Powder
    » Permeability Range: Up to 5 Darcy
    » 20000 s-1 applied shear rates
    » Salinity Tolerance: High
    » Thermal Resistance: Up to 165 °C


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    Explore a new era of well enhancement with our innovative approach

    Our specialized process primarily revolves around the enhancement of oil or gas-producing wells, as well as gas storage wells, and extends its transformative reach deep into rocky formations. This meticulous treatment isn't a broad-brush approach; instead, it's precision engineering, carried out within a few meters' radius of the wellhead. Whether the wells stand tall and vertical, venture into the horizontal realm, we're well-equipped to tackle the challenge. These wells may take the form of open holes or meticulously crafted gravel pack completions, perforated cased boreholes, or even perforated tubes.

    Our secret weapon in this transformative journey is microgels, strategically injected into formations characterized by their notably high permeability. Typically, these formations house water zones, presenting us with the opportunity to harmonize reservoir dynamics and optimize resource extraction.