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Weaver Jim D, Nguyen Philip D, Stanford James R, Bowles Bobby K, Wilson Steven F, Parker Mark A, Dewprashad Brahmadeo: Method of controlling fine particulate flowback in subterranean wells. Halliburton Energy Serv, November 25, 1998: EP0879935-A2 (136 worldwide citation)

A wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation is treated with a fluid whereby fine particulate flowback is reduced or prevented. The method includes the steps of providing a fluid suspension including a mixture of a particulate coated with a tackifying compound, pumping the suspension into a subte ...


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Weaver Jim D, Stanford James R, Wilson Steven F, Nguyen Philip D, Bowles Bobby K, Cole Clay R, Parker Mark A, Dewprashad Brahmadeo T: Treatment of subterranean formation to control particulate flowback. Halliburton Energy Serv, July 15, 1998: EP0853186-A2 (74 worldwide citation)

A subterranean formation is treated with a particulate laden fluid whereby particulate flowback is reduced or prevented. The method includes the steps of providing a fluid suspension including a mixture of a particulate, a tackifying compound and a hardenable resin, pumping the suspension into a sub ...


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Weaver Jim D, Stanford James R, Wilson Steven F, Nguyen Philip D, Bowles Bobby K: Treating subterranean formation to control particulate flowback. Halliburton Energy Serv, April 8, 1998: EP0834644-A2 (71 worldwide citation)

A subterranean formation is treated with a particulate laden fluid whereby particulate flowback is reduced or prevented. The method includes the steps of providing a fluid suspension including a mixture of a particulate and a tackifying compound, pumping the suspension into a subterranean formation ...


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Nguyen Philip D, Weaver Jimmie D: Method of treating a subterranean formation. Halliburton Energy Serv, September 12, 2001: EP1132569-A2 (70 worldwide citation)

A subterranean formation is treated with a particulate-laden fluid and a treatment chemical, whereby particulate flowback is reduced or prevented while also providing a controlled release of the treatment chemical within the formation. A fluid suspension including a mixture of a particulate, a tacki ...


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Nguyen Philip D, Brumley John L, Norman Lewis R: Stimulating wells in unconsolidated formations. Halliburton Energy Serv, September 16, 1998: EP0864726-A2 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods of stimulating fluid production from an unconsolidated formation penetrated by a wellbore while preventing the migration of formation sands with fluids produced from the formation. The methods basically comprise the steps of injecting a hardenable resin composi ...


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Nguyen Philip D, Barton Johnny A: Subterranean fractures containing resilient proppant packs. Halliburton Energy Serv, March 3, 2004: EP1394355-A1 (64 worldwide citation)

Subterranean fractures are packed with resilient proppant particles which prevent the production of sand and fines with produced fluids and prevent proppant flow-back in a subterranean zone penetrated by a well bore. As the fractures are formed, a liquid hardenable resin component is mixed with a li ...


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Nguyen Philip D, Barton Johnny A: Resin-coated proppant for subterranean fractures. Halliburton Energy Serv, July 9, 2003: EP1326003-A1 (64 worldwide citation)

Resin-coated proppant particles are suspended in a fracturing fluid and deposited in a subterranean fracture and consolidated into high strength permeable masses. As the fractures are formed, a liquid hardenable resin component is continuously mixed with a liquid hardening agent component on-the-fly ...


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Weaver Jim D, Stanford James R, Nguyen Philip D, Dewprashad Brahmadeo T: Treating subterranean formation. Halliburton Energy Serv, May 17, 2000: EP1001133-A1 (64 worldwide citation)

A subterranean formation is treated with a particulate laden fluid whereby particulate flowback is reduced or prevented. The fluid comprises a mixture of a particulate, a tackifying compound and a multifunctional material, and the tackifying compound retards movement of at least a portion of the par ...


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Nguyen Philip D, Barton Johnny A: Fracturing subterranean zones. Halliburton Energy Serv, March 10, 2004: EP1396606-A2 (61 worldwide citation)

Subterranean zones are fractured using a fracturing fluid containing proppant particles coated with a furfuryl alcohol resin composition. The coated proppant particles are deposited in the fractures and the resin coating hardens by heat to consolidate the proppant particles into chemical and thermal ...