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Effectively Serving Your Drilling Additive Needs
Since the early 1990s, Liquid Casing has provided the oil and gas industry with high-performance drilling fluid additives to ensure the best results. With more than three decades of experience in the field, we understand the many challenges when drilling an oil or gas well and offer products to reduce losses.
What is Liquid Casing?
Liquid Casing is a polycrystalline material with various particle shapes and sizes which ensures superior performance. Our products are biodegradable, non-toxic, and pass all environmental regulations stipulated by various agencies in the Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea, and other environmental regulators.
We offer our drilling additive in three forms: Liquid Casing Coarse, Liquid Casing Fine, and Liquid Casing II. The fine product grade is used in the entire mud system to reinforce the formation as a preventative measure, while the coarse material is used to cure down-hole losses when they occur.
Why Are Our Products Superior to Other Fluid Loss Additives?
Through our many success stories and superior performance our products offer, we have elevated the concept of noninvasive fluid additives in the industry. Attempting to capitalize on the new concept, other companies marketed their products as “the same as Liquid Casing.” However, most of our competitors are not designed or manufactured to achieve the same ultra-low invasion results.
These products often have an insufficient particle size range distribution to be able to compete in performance when compared to our products. Given our superior quality and excellent results in the field, Liquid Casing remains the specialized drilling fluid of choice for many companies in the oil and gas industry.
An Environmentally Friendly Drilling Additive
When used in the system, Liquid Casing is found in both the external and internal filter cake. Due to its lightweight characteristics and bulk density of 0.70-0.74, the internal filter cake can be as high as 1-2 inches deep in the formation. With this quality and method of activation, the product acts as a rubber-like cork, which seals the pores.
When sufficient drawdown is given while bringing the well to production, the material will come out of the wellbore and can be removed during initial cleanup. As a result, our products are reservoir friendly and degrade slowly with the bacteria present in the down-hole due to its biodegradability.