Carbo Ceramics

GRAVEL PACK TECHNOLOGY

LEADING TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CREATION OF THE MOST EFFICIENT GRAVEL PACKS

CARBO CERAMICS & TECHNOLOGIES

Efficient gravel pack placement at low pumping pressure

CARBO developed gravel pack technology that enables operators to efficiently create and evaluate high-quality gravel packs at low fluid viscosity and pump rates.

Products

CARBOAIR GP

CARBOAIR GP

High-transport, ultra low-density ceramic proppant for gravel pack applications.

CARBONRT GP

CARBONRT GP

Inert tracer technology for gravel pack applications has been developed to enable a safe, accurate and cost-effective evaluation of gravel pack completed wells.

KRYPTOAIR

KRYPTOAIR

High-performance, ultra-low density ceramic proppant for gravel packs.

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CARBOAIR GP

High-transport, ultra low-density ceramic proppant for gravel pack applications. Learn More

CARBOAIR GP
CARBONRT GP

Inert tracer technology for gravel pack applications has been developed to enable a safe, accurate and cost-effective evaluation of gravel pack completed wells. Learn More

CARBONRT GP
KRYPTOAIR

High-performance, ultra-low density ceramic proppant for gravel packs. Learn More

KRYPTOAIR

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The Development and Qualification of a Novel Proppant System to Enhance Performance of High Rate Soft Sand Water Injection Wells With Cased Hole Sand Control Completions

With the rapid increase in number of major development projects in soft sand reservoirs in the last 20 years the industry has had to develop a range of sand control completion technologies to deliver high rate, reliable wells to support the production and injection. Learn More

The Development and Qualification of a Novel Proppant System to Enhance Performance of High Rate Soft Sand Water Injection Wells With Cased Hole Sand Control Completions
A Determination of the Capability of Using Gadolinium Tagged Proppant To Evaluate Propped Fracture Width

The ability of induced fractures to improve well production is dependent upon three primary characteristics of the fracture geometry: fracture height, fracture width, and fracture length. Learn More

A Novel Technology for Locating and Evaluating Hydraulic Fractures in Horizontal Wells – Modeling and Field Results

Non-radioactive tracer tagged proppant technology has been used successfully in over 200 vertical wells to obtain fracture height and gravel pack coverage, but had yet to be modeled or tested in horizontal wells, where the borehole and fracture geometry is radically different. Learn More

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