P-240 Corrosion Control Fluid
In the presence of water, oil and gas wells and production systems equipment experience corrosion; this is an expensive problem to remediate. Equipment age and the presence of corrosive materials such as carbon dioxide (CO2), and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) exacerbate this prevalent corrosion problem.

CWT’s P-240 is uniquely designed to provide a persistent hardware corrosion protection and control for iron based metals and it is the best choice for this application.
The P-240 Raises the oxidation level of the inside pipe surfaces and production equipment surfaces that are exposed to water. With the application of P-240, their surfaces are elevated from a red rust permissive state to Magnetite, Hematite levels on their surfaces, thereby controlling iron corrosion due to oxidation.
P-240 is a low density fluid and readily integrates with all fluids currently present in the well.

P-250 Bacteria Control Fluid
The presence of Hy
drogen Sulfide Bacteria (SRB’s) and its prolific byproducts of H2S and slime forming are the most destructive to the oil and gas producer.

P-250 kills the SRBs, and thereby controls the production of H2S. All other bacteria forms both Anaerobic and Aerobic that are present in the well are controlled by P-250. The low density of P-250 is very synergistic with all fluids present in the well.
The method of P-250 results in H2S control and the elimination of which controls oxygen corrosion cells.

P-260 Asphaltene Control Fluid
Asphaltene precipitation is caused by a number of factors including changes in pressure, temperature, and composition. The two most prevalent causes of asphaltene precipitation in the reservoir are decreasing pressure and mixing of oil with injected solvent in improved oil recovery (IOR) processes. Drilling, completion, acid stimulation, and hydraulic fracturing activities can also induce precipitation in the near-wellbore region. This page focuses on field and laboratory observations associated with asphaltene precipitation during primary depletion and IOR gas injection, along with the experimental measurements used for asphaltene precipitation.

CWT’s P-260 causes the Asphaltenes a general category of solids capable of reducing production to disassociate thereby controlling their deposition on pipe and production.


P-230 Paraffin Inhibitor Fluid
Paraffin inhibitors are used in petroleum production operations to reduce wax deposition and/or reduce viscosity or complete gelling of high-wax-content petroleum fluids.

CWT’s P-230 is a low viscosity proven paraffin control fluid that breaks the single carbon bonds in the paraffin and allows the components to stay in solution with the produced water. It is shown to be rapid acting and long lasting in producing oil wells.  It is recommended to circulate the fluid for periods of time ranging from 12-24 hours.  The P-230 has been employed in ambient temperatures from 20F to 105F.  Therefore, the reaction does not depend upon temperature as its activator; hence, fluid heating is not required.Type your paragraph here.