ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL!
Most production chemical companies have a small selection of production chemistries that they use across the entire Permian to reduce raw input costs and decrease delivery costs.
EPDI disagrees with the antiquated approach of using a few production chemistries to solve a host of scale and bacteria issues. Research has proven that this method is wholly inadequate because it fails to solve the issues that each individual well faces. The fact that many service companies purchase off-the-shelf chemicals from a common supplier begs the question, “how can you develop a focused chemical treatment plan for each well using common products?”
With the volatility of oil prices over the last decade, reductions in chemical cost have been passed on to producers by increasing the water content in chemicals before they are sent to the field. The producer is always relieved with price reductions, but they fail to realize the reduction in cost comes with a decrease in active product.
WHY PAY FOR CHEMICALS THAT YOU DON’T NEED?
EPDI engineered and manufactures our proprietary suite of production chemicals. Our complex chemistries are fine tuned to deal with the most complex issues that a producing well could face. Our production chemicals have the highest possible activity levels to ensure that we maximize the longevity and performance of every well treated. We approach production well treatment on a singular basis because we realize that each well has its own issues that need to be addressed. This outlook guarantees maximum performance and the best price as we strive to ensure that your well is only treated with what it needs.
Our team of water treatment engineers can evaluate your system and tailor application science and chemical programs to best fits your needs at the best cost.
Our approach is to harvest the benefits our technology to evaluate and modify your existing application science. We can improve your well’s performance while drastically reducing your operating costs by combining our technology, application science and proprietary chemistry.