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2017/4
The use of colloidal silica for water isolation while repairing low-permeability intervals of wells
Geosciences

Authors: Nikolaj N. EFIMOV graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1982. He is Candidate of Technical Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Materials and Technologies for Repairs and Insulation in Oil and Gas Wells at „Spetsburmaterially” Research and Production Company. He is specialist in the field of repair and insulation works and author of 35 scientific publications. E-mail: efimovniknik@mail.ru
Vladimir I. NOZDRJA graduated from Moscow State University in 1971. He is Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, General Director of „Spetsburmaterially” Research and Production Company. He is specialist in the field of geology and drilling. He is author of more than 200 scientific publications. E-mail: npk@scsbm.ru
Valentina Y. RODNOVA graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2015. She is engineer of the Laboratory of Materials and Technologies for Repairs and Insulation in Oil and Gas Wells at „Spetsburmaterially” Research and Production Company. E-mail: valentinadinges@rambler.ru
Vitalij A. JAKOVENKO graduated from Kuban State Technical University in 2011. He is leading engineer of the Laboratory of Materials and Technologies for Repairs and Insulation in Oil and Gas Wells at „Spetsburmaterially” Research and Production Company.
E-mail: jakovenko@scsbm.ru

Abstract: The physicochemical and technological properties of the gel-forming composition based on concentrated alkaline silica sol of Polygel ACM-KZ are studied. The results of the estimation of the kinetics of bulk gelling in the presence of cement stone, the strength of gels, the sealing, and frost resistance are presented. Oilfield tests of the composition showed high efficiency for eliminating intercasing pressure, behind-the-casing flow and leakage of the couplings

Index UDK: 544.7:544.4:622.245

Keywords: silicа sol, gelling kinetics, repair and insulation works

Bibliography:
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2. Bergna H.E. Colloidal Silica. Fundamentals and Application/H.E. Bergna, W.O. Roberts. Boca Raton: Taylor and Francis, 2006, 895 p.
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5. Osipov P.V., Krupin S.V., Khisamov R.S. Ispol’zovanie vysokomodul’nykh rastvorimykh stekol dlia uvelicheniia okhvata neftianogo plasta vozdeistviem [The use of high-modulus soluble glass to increase the oil reservoir coverage]. Izvestia vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenii. Neft’ i gaz, 2008, no. 1, p. 34-41.
6. Savel’ev A.A. Prichiny vodopritokov v skvazhinu i metody ih izoljacii [Causes of water inflows into the well and methods of their isolation]. Akademicheskij zhurnal Zapadnoj Sibiri, 2016, vol. 12, no. 2, p. 23-24.
7. Jurlnak J.J., Summers L.E. Oilfield applications of colloidal silica gel. SPE-18505-PA, Society of Petroleum Engineers 1991, vol. 6, no. 4, p. 406-412. doi: 10.2118/18505-PA, 1991.
8. Lakatos I.J., Lakatos-Szabo J., Szentes G., Vago A., Karaffa Zs., Bodi T. New Alternatives in Conformance Control: Nanosilica and Liquid Polymer Aided Silicate Technology. SPE 174225-MS. 2015. https://doi.org/10.2118/174225-MS
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10. Kobayashi S., Soya M., Takeuchi N., Nobuto J., Nakaya A., T. Okuno T., Shimada S., Kaneto T., Maejima T. Rock Grouting and Durability Experiments of Colloidal Silica at Kurashiki Underground LPG Storage Base. ISRM-EUROCK-2014-168. 2014, ISRM Regional Symposium EUROCK 2014, 27-29 May, Vigo, Spain.
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12. Agerbaek M.K., Gregersen S.H.H., Eriksen K., Noer J., Mulrooney M. Successful Closure of Zonal Sand Production. SPE-145397-MS, 2011. https://doi.org/10.2118/145397-MS.
13. Patil P., Kalgaonkar R. Environmentally Acceptable Compositions Comprising Nano- materials for Plugging and Sealing Subterranean Formations. SPE-154917-MS, 2012. doi: 10.2118/ 121686-MS.
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2014/1
Study of organosilicone-based polymer composition for fixing bottomhole formation zone
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Vadim A. NESKIN graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2011. He is junior researcher of the Department of Oil and Gas Processing at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He specializes in the field of chemical technology and well workover techniques. He is author 3 scientific publications. E-mail: vadimneskin@yandex.ru
Nikolai N. EFIMOV graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1982. He is PhD, Head of the Department of Well Cementing and Remedial Operations at “Service Center GMS” LLC. He is specialist in the field of chemicals for remedial cementing operations of oil and gas wells. He is author of more than 40 scientific publications. E-mail: efimovniknik@mail.ru
Oleg P. LYKOV graduated from Gubkin Petroleum Institute in 1958. He is Doctor of Technical Sciences, full professor of the Department of Chemical Agents for Petroleum Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He specializes in the field of production and application of chemicals in oil and gas industry and natural gas desulphurization. He is author of more than 40 scientific publications. E-mail: lykovop@mail.ru

Abstract: One of the problems of gas wells with layers of sands and unconsolidated rocks is the destruction of the near-wellbore zone of the producing formation and sand entry that leads to the formation of sand plugs and declining productivity. Installing filters is not always feasible and cost effective, so in order to increase productivity and reduce costs for well maintenance and workover it is advisable to stabilize the well-bore zone formation by chemical methods. This paper considers the technology of stabilizing the near-wellbore formation zone with the help of the composition based on organosilicone polymer. The results of laboratory studies and the mechanism of adhesion of the resin to the rock are described.

Index UDK: 622.(245)

Keywords: near-wellbore formation zone, workover, sand plug, polymer compositions

Bibliography:
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6. Kotlar H.K., Moen A., Haaland T. Field Experience with Chemical Sand Consolidation as a Remedial Sand Control Option, Offshore Technology Conference, Texas, U.S.A., 5-8 May 2008.
7. Kotlar H.K., Haavind F., Springer M., Bekkelund S.S. A New Concept of Chemical Sand Consolidation: From Idea and Laboratory Qualification to Field Application, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Texas, U.S.A., 9-12 October, 2005.
8. Kurawle I., Mahalle N., Kaul M., Nair A., Kulkarni N. Silanol Resin Consolidation System for Deepwater Completions and Production Optimization, SPE Europeane Formation Damage Conference held in Scheveningen, The Netherlands, 27-29 May, 2009.

2010/3
Oil-based cementing slurries basis for remedial cementing
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Mikhail A. SILIN was born in 1957, graduated form Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1978, Doctor of Chemical Sciences. He is the head of the Department of Engineering of Chemical Agents for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, the author of over 160 works in the field of oil production chemistry. E-mail: silin_7735002@himeko.ru
Lubov A. MAGADOVA was born in 1953, graduated form Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1975, Doctor of Technical Sciences. She is assistant-professor of the Department of Engineering of Chemical Agents for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, the author of over 160 works in the field of oil production chemistry. E-mail: magadova0108@himeko.ru
Maksim N. EFIMOV was born 1983, graduated from the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2005. Junior research assistant of “Technology of chemical substances for oil and gas industry” department of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Author of 7 publications in the field of oilfield chemistry. E-mail: efimovmn@himeko.ru
Nikolay N. EFIMOV was born 1954, graduated from the Gubkin Moscow Oil Institute of petrochemical and gas industry in 1982. Candidate of Science, laboratory chief of “Technology of chemical substances for oil and gas industry” department of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Author of more than 30 publications in the field of drilling and oilfield chemistry. E-mail: efimovnn@himeko.ru
Zalim N. SHIDGINOV was born in 1987, graduated form Gubkin Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2009, junior researcher of the Department of Engineering of Chemical Agents for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, the author of 1 work in the field of oil production chemistry. E-mail: shidginov-za@yandex.ru

Abstract: Oil-based cementing slurries are most efficient to fight water production in producing wells. These are subdivided into water free oil-based cementing slurries and emulsion oil-based cementing slurries. High selective and insulating properties of the former are confirmed by the results of remedial cementing in Orenburg and Tumen regions

Index UDK: УДК: 622.276.76

Keywords: cementing slurry, water production insulation, behind-the-casing flow elimination, reduction of watering

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2010/4
Control of technological properties of hydrocarbon suspensions of slurries using compositions of surfactants
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Lyubov’ A. MAGADOVA was born in 1953, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1975. She is professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 118 publications in the field of petroleum chemistry and oil production. E-mail: magadova0108@himeko.ru
Maksim N. YEFIMOV was born in 1983, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is junior researcher of the Department of Chemical Engineering for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 7 publications in the field of petroleum chemistry and oil production. E-mail: efimovmn@himeko.ru
Nikolai N. YEFIMOV was born in 1956, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1982. He is head of the laboratory of the Department of Chemical Engineering for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, author of over 30 publications in the field of petroleum chemistry and drilling. E-mail: efimovnn@himeko.ru
Maria A. CHERYGOVA was born in 1988; she is doing her Master’s Degree at the Department of Chemical Engineering for Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 1 publication in the field of petroleum chemistry and oil production. E-mail: megamuha88@mail.ru

Abstract: The problems of stabilizing hydrocarbon suspensions of slurry by means of surfactant composition are considered. It is shown that to control the technological properties of anhydrous hydrocarbon-based cementing slurry the composition containing nonionic and anionic surfactants

Index UDK: УДК: 544.778.3

Keywords: suspension, cement, Surfactant, Aggregate stability, rheology, Selectivity

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