Extremely low settling velocity and particle sizing enables propping of microfractures deep within the complex fracture network
The unique characteristics of NANOMITE C ceramic microproppant reduces completion time, screen-out risks, and overall completion costs while improving the production contribution from all clusters and the reservoir matrix.
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"I believe this product can be used in any reservoir, any basin, any type of completions. I already have approval to use it in every one of my wells."
- Independent operator, US land
NANOMITE C vs. Competing Products
NANOMITE C microproppant delivers, operational, performance, and cost benefits compared to alternative, along with minimized health concerns associated with exposure to dust.
NANOMITE C microproppant is easily incorporated in stimulation treatment designs. The microproppant is pumped as the fi rst proppant in a thin fl uid system at a low slurry concentration (0.10 to 0.25 lb/gal) to maximize the depth of the microproppant penetration into the fracture.
NANOMITE C can be pumped dry with conventional proppant
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NANOMITE C microproppant overcomes fracture entry restrictions in the perforations and near-wellbore area through erosion of restrictions and improves near-wellbore diversion resulting in reduced surface treating pressures. Learn More
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NANOMITE C ceramic microproppant increases long-term well productivity
NANOMITE C reduces treatment pressure, early screen outs and poor proppant placement Learn More
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NANOMITE Technology Animation
NANOMITE C particles maintain production from microfractures and flatten the decline curve. Watch to see this technology at work. Learn More
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