Baker Hughes's chemical diversion techniques improve oil and gas well productivity in both conventional and unconventional formations. Many formations contain multiple producing zones and areas of high and low permeability. During chemical diversion stimulation treatments, creating and increasing conductivity networks is highly desired. One effective way to increase these networks is by chemically diverting well stimulation fluids from high to low permeability zones.
We offer various types of materials and techniques for diversion, such filter cakes that block off high permeability zones while redirecting fluid to low permeability zones, and diverting agents that force flow to higher resistant paths.
Contact us to develop a chemical diversion stimulation treatment that will boost your production while lowering your operating costs.