Highlights

Highlights


Benefits
  • Eliminate the need for zonal isolation to control water production
  • Improve well economics by reducing water production and increasing oil flow
  • Decrease lifting costs per unit of production
Applications
  • High water cut wells with recoverable reserves near oil-to-water contact
  • Wells in mature sandstone fields with low pressure
  • Field operations that need to eliminate costly workovers

Overview

Overview

When you have a mature well that's producing more water than is economically viable, the Baker Hughes AquaCut™ relative permeability modifier (RPM) offers a viable solution. Our subsurface water conformance product decreases the water cut in your mature wells to improve oil production and profitability.

Targeted control for production gains

High water cut in oil wells leads to a host of problems that ultimately impact your production. Conventional treatment methods such as cement squeezes require costly workover equipment, long shut-in times, and post-treatment removal processes that often minimize your return-on-investment. 

AquaCut RPM selectively targets only the water phase of produced fluids, reducing the relative amount of water in the production stream with minimal impact on your oil. By decreasing the water cut in your mature wells, you gain the additional benefits of reducing associated water processing and disposal costs while also extending the productive life of the well.

Contact us to learn how the AquaCut relative permeability modifier can boost your oil production and lower your processing costs.

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