SO₃
The Best Solution For Paraffin and Asphaltene Buildup

New Patented Technology

 

What is SO₃?

SO₃ injection, is a PATENTED TECHNOLOGY now available from Allcorn Technologies which sets the new standard for paraffin and asphaltene removal from producing and inactive wells within 2 HOURS and NO PERMITS REQUIRED.

Before SO₃ Treatment

Tubular Paraffin Blockage Treatment

Tubular Paraffin Blockage

After SO₃ Treatment

Tubular Paraffin Removed

Tubular Paraffin Removed

Our new mobile method improves on previous research by Dowell Schlumberger and successfully tested in over 60 wells.

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Paraffin and asphaltene buildup are a major problem that affects up to 85% of worldwide petroleum production.

 

Current remediation practices have significant drawbacks: Excessive downtime

High cost

Environmental/permitting issues

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Our cutting-edge technology significantly lowers the cost of treatment and increases production for up to 11 months.

 

(Quarterly treatments recommended for maximum oil and gas production.)

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PROVEN SCIENCE,
NEW TECHNOLOGY

 
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How Does SO₃ Work?

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1. SO₃ made at the well site.

2. Pump SO₃ down tubing or annulus.

3. Thermal reaction between SO₃ hydrocarbons and water melts paraffins; chemical reaction makes asphaltenes water-soluble.

4. H20/NaOH flush neutralizes SO₃. Formation and pipe surfaces left water-

wet.

5. The well is flushed with water to remove all paraffins and asphaltenes. Paraffins and asphaltenes are not able to recrystallize and do damage to the formation.

 

6. Cleans the production string and formation.

The SO₃ Advantage

FEATURES

Time Required

DOT/EPA Permitting?

Environmental Hazards?

Removes All Paraffins & Asphaltenes

Treatment Frequency

Increased Productivity

Surfaces Left Water-Wet

Formation Damage

Restores Dormant Wells

SO₃

2 HOURS

NONE REQUIRED

NO

YES

QUARTERLY

YES

YES

NO

YES

OTHER METHODS

1 day+

Required

Yes, for some methods

Yes (Hot Oil, Solvent, Chemical Dispersants)

Daily in some cases

Results inconsistent

No

Possible

No

 

Case Studies

Available Upon Request

Paraffin Inhibition Treatments Reduce Well Maintenance Costs. J.G. Charles,

SPE 13362, 198

Water-Wet Surfaces for Long-Term Paraffin Inhibition. J.G Charles and W.J. Settineri, SPE 14520, 1985

 
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Areas We Service

Allcorn Technologies currently services the following states; Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming.

If located outside these service areas, please contact us.

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