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PARC 400 is a state of the art proprietary chemical that offers a safe, economical and effective single source solution to production problems caused by paraffin and asphaltene buildup. PARC400 Chemical has been developed to incorporate the advantage offered by traditional solvents, dispersants, crystal modifiers and inhibitors into a single source solution.
It is so effective that within a short period of time, PARC400 Chemical treatments will not only pay for themselves, but also increase the economic output of treated wells. This is achieved by increasing production, minimizing costly operational problems, and/or decreasing the frequency of treatments required when compared with other treatment methods.
PARC400 Chemical offers superb solvency properties. Due to its unique chemical composition, PARC400 Chemical removes up to 10 times the amount of parraffin and asphaltene possible by traditional solvents. PARC400 Chemical is also a crystal modifier. A crystal modifier keeps dissolved paraffin and asphaltene in solution. Thus enhancing the paraffin and asphaltene retention effect of the product. When PARC400 Chemical is continually injected in the well, the crystal modifier effect will hinder the precipitation and deposition of paraffin and asphaltene thus keeping treated wells clean of paraffin and asphaltene deposits. Once PARC400 Chemical is squeezed into the formation, it has a unique ability to time release back into production. With PARC400 Chemical adsorbing to the formation and releasing over time, the need for frequent treatments is reduced.
PARC400 Chemical is compatible with hot oil treatments, acidizing, demulsifier, and corrosion inhibitors. Furthermore, PARC400 Chemical contains only virgin material and meets all refinery requirements.
A PARC400 Chemical treatment program is divided into two phases. Phase one involves the removal of wax formation damage paraffin and asphaltene buildup in the formation, and the removal of deposits in the production lines. The objective at phase one is to restore the well to optimal production. If formation damage due to paraffin and asphaltene deposition has been a factor in production decline, then production increase may be expected at this stage. The rate of future paraffin deposition will also decrease significantly due to the crystal modifier effects of the product. Phase two consists of continuous chemical injection or periodic treatments such as batch treatments, formation squeeze, addition to hot oil, chemical circulation, etc. In phase two the objective is to insure that the well remains at optimal production at the minimum maintenance cost.
Other uses of PARC400 Chemical includes the removal of paraffin and asphaltene in gas wells, water injection wells, disposal wells, flow lines and the removal of tank bottom sludge in crude oil storage tanks.
The sooner you start your wells on a PARC400 Chemical treatment program, the sooner you will be optimizing your current oil & gas production.