The calcium bromide is created due to the reaction of the calcium oxide, calcium carbonate along hydrobromic acid. And even the reaction of the calcium metal along with the elemental bromine
In the Blueline Industry, we supply it for the usage in dense aqueous solutions in drilling fluids. Also, our calcium bromide is used in various neuroses medications, food preservatives, freezing mixtures, etc.
Our calcium bromide is a white powder and odorless. It can react strongly when in contact with water and other liquids. Frankly, it is nothing but the calcium salt of a strong acid known as hydrobromic acid, which is mainly used for generating other prominent compounds.
Best Calcium Bromide Producers
The chemical formula of calcium bromide is CaBr2 and it is used around the world as a drilling chemical. Our calcium Bromide Powder is commonly used as freezing mixtures, neuroses medication, photography, fire retardants, and food preservatives.
But, it is used widely as a completion fluid and aids in oil drilling. It helps in controlling pressure at the time of creating large holes for drilling whether for water, natural gas, or oil.
Usage Of Our Calcium Bromide In Oil Industry
Basically, most of our oilfield chemicals and completion fluids like calcium bromide are used widely in long term projects that involve oil and gas resources. This means that the enhancements in gas and oil exploration field functions are based heavily upon the completion fluid that is being used.
The calcium bromide we produce is highly effective because it improves the drilling fluid efficiency a great deal and the oil recovery too is impeccable with calcium bromide. Another major reason behind the success of our calcium bromide in the oil drilling industry is that it is readily available.
Our calcium bromide brine is used in various clear brine workover or completion fluids that look out for chemicals with densities between 8.4 to 15.3 lb/gal. Additionally, it can also be used for the purpose of achieving quick density improvements with a low volume increase.
In various solutions, it would inhibit migration, and hydration of specific swelling clays can therefore be used for the desired packer fluids. Even if you are looking to work on regions which are without an access to liquid brine plants, calcium bromide in its dry form can work for you.
Extensive Usage In Petrochemical Industries
There are many reasons why various industries prefer calcium bromide over other prominent oil field chemicals such as Sodium Formate, Potassium Formate, and Sodium Bromide. One of the major reasons behind this being that calcium bromide mixes easily with all the major zinc and calcium-based brines. Also, the calcium bromide fluids can avoid the migration and hydration of swelling clays.
The presence of moisture in large scale oil production processes can easily result in oil flow lines corrosion and therefore, the use of calcium bromide helps in countering such problems. Some of the other advantages of calcium bromide over other oilfield chemicals include is that it is chemically and thermally stable and it is absolutely non-damaging to the formation.
For stimulating carbonate and sandstone wells, the acid inhabitors treatment is used. Our acidic inhibitors are used for pumping into reservoirs for creating long channels (wormholes). Such wormholes would penetrate right into the formation and allow the oil and gas to migrate. Also, this acid is an alternative to the HCI in the matrix acidizing.
Well in the petroleum industries, one facet of the development of oil and gas production is the well stimulation. This procedure involves many aspects, including the acidizing procedure utilized to stimulate the oil well reservoirs. Generally, our acid inhabitors is highly concentrated acids and is injected into the well for the acidizing stimulation process that makes the environment extremely corrosive to steel structures.
Now in the absence of corrosion inhibitors, the general corrosion rate can be extremely high and that can increase exponentially with increasing temperature and acid concentration. Our acid inhabitors are also often employed for scale removal treatments like picking the well tubing usually done with 15 wt% hydrochloric acid at temperatures up to 140 °F to remove iron oxides and carbonated minerals and the removal of drilling mud damage in newly drilled wells before being brought into production.
Deep wells are characterized by high temperatures and the presence of high hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide that make the acidizing process extremely difficult.
Our acid inhabitors are used in conjunction with hydraulic fracturing techniques and matrix acidizing techniques. In fracture acidizing treatments, one or more fractures are produced in the formation and an acidic solution is introduced into the fracture to etch flow channels in the fracture face. These acids are also enlarges the pore spaces in the fracture face and in the formation.
The fractures are then filled with sand or other material in order to prevent the fractures from closing and allow the penetration of natural resources or water. Our acid inhabitors are often also employed for scale removal treatments (pickling of the well tubing) and for the removal of drilling mud damage in newly drilled wells before being brought into production.
For example, the combination of fluorosilicate with metal ions such as Na+ may cause the precipitation of gelatinous compounds, which need to be removed.