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Odfjell Technology adds new wellbore cleaning chemicals to its product offering

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Odfjell Technology, has strengthened its in-house well services offering with the addition of wellbore cleaning chemicals, enabling more efficient and sustainable operations.

Wellbore cleaning chemicals were previously offered to Odfjell Technology’s global customer base via third-party suppliers. By providing these chemicals in-house, the company is streamlining supply chain processes - increasing operational control, enabling faster operational delivery and reducing potential downtime.

Ultra-Max Chemical Cleaner and UltraWash Heavy-duty Degreaser are chemicals designed to quickly and efficiently remove hydrocarbon residues from downhole tubulars, equipment and casing. The non-flammable, non-abrasive and non-caustic formulas eliminate built-up residue on drilling rigs, pumps and equipment.

Cleaner wellbores are crucial to facilitate efficient fluid displacements during hydrocarbon recovery, ensuring these can flow freely without the need for costly and timely shutdowns.

The Ultra product range is globally compliant with industry standards, receiving the coveted GOLD classifications by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS). This means the chemicals are safe to use in line with global standards and will not harm the environment, ensuring operational safety and security.

Ian Low, Global Product Line Manager, Well Intervention at Odfjell Technology, said: “By bringing these high-grade cleaning chemicals into our in-house wellbore clean-up offering, we will unlock opportunities for new business and projects.

“Launching the Ultra product range enables us to be more competitive in pricing, providing our customers with gold-standard wellbore cleaning at an affordable cost. And as we all strive towards more energy efficiency improvements, our world-class tooling and chemicals will assist in enhancing the efficiency of operations, reducing energy waste and optimising processes to decrease emissions.”

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