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Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is a good stimulation technique involving the fracturing of formations by high pressure at high injection rates. The process involves the high-pressure injection of 'fracking fluid' (primarily water, containing sand or proppants suspended with the aid of thickening agents) into a wellbore to create cracks in the deep-rock formations through which natural gas, petroleum, and brine will flow more freely. When the hydraulic pressure is removed from the well, small grains of hydraulic fracturing proppants (either sand or aluminum oxide) hold the fractures open, well fracturing causes a highly conductive flow path between the reservoir and the wellbore.
Rosewell developed a new method of fracturing using surfactant and polymer-based gel with carboxylic acid, and proppant, this mixture generates a liner gel allowing for fracturing tight reservoirs. Combining the benefits of matrix acidizing and well fracking in one treatment with two deployments: