- Petrochem - Stabilizer Liquid for P-1000 (P-500) was developed for preventing any premature destabilization of P-1000 cement additives at high bottom-hole circulating temperatures. P-500 has several advantages including:
- Being a high-temperature stabilizer for P-1000
- Dispersant for all types of cement slurries including P-1000
- Excellent salt cement stabilization additive for P-1000
- Preventing “false setting” due to gelation
- Improving the cement setting hardness
- Providing a “right-angle” set
- Overuse of additives doesn’t harm cement properties in slurries
- Being a superior additive for all salt concentrated cement slurries
- Danger: Underdosing of P-500 could lead to drastic problems for pumping operations. Please consult with a laboratory to make sure you are overdosing your cement slurries with P-500.
- Petrochem - Gas Control & Shear Bond Cement Additive Liquid (P-1000) is a liquid cement additive for combating gas migration and enhancing the shear bond of cement to pipe and hole. With the addition of a P-500 stabilizer, P-1000 cement slurries may be used in salt systems up to 18% NaCl and in freshwater systems above 312°F. The recommended cement for use with P-1000 systems in an API class “G” cement and by using weighting up additives. P-1000 slurry is fully dispersed and provides excellent fluid-loss properties with adequate thickening times. P-1000 is not compatible in a viscous slurry and should only be used with Petrochem additives. Cement slurries for oil and gas that are lacking shear bond strength and need stabilization are recommended to use this additive. Here are some things to know about this additive:
- 1.5 gallons per sack will enhance shear bond strength
- 2 gallons per sack for gas-bearing formations
- The recommended volume of a P-1000 slurry for use on a gas-bearing formation is volume equal to that required to cover the shallowest gas zone; plus additional 700 feet above.
- Lead slurries that are used ahead of the P-1000 slurry, the rheological properties are to be similar to a P-1000 slurry in terms of turbulent flow and thickening time. The annular hydrostatic pressure designed for the job is kept on the shallowest gas zone during the setting phase.
- Petrochem - Gas Migration Control Additive Powder (P-G350) significantly improves the set cement’s compaction & compressive strength while reducing permeability. Used in fresh or salt water, salt-tolerant up to saturation. Applicable Temperature: 0-176°C (32-350°F).
Contact an Anti-Gas Migration Additive Expert
At Petrochem, our gas migration control cement additives prevent premature gelation, offer excellent solutions for cement slurries that are heavily concentrated with salt, and allow for better bondage with curated cement and newly added cement. These cement bonding additives prevent field workers from having failed curated cement due to gas leakage especially within the oilfield industry; which is a serious and common problem. Contact a concrete additive supplier specialist today to learn how gas control additives can offer better results for all types of cement slurries.