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Blow up your well productivity with STEAMFLOW™ Magic

The patented  STEAMFLOW™ technology of thermochemical treatment of a productive reservoir includes injection of a binary chemical composition into the production pay interval to create a high pressure and temperature zone and microfracture network in the near wellbore area with subsequent development deeper into the reservoir

When preparing a viscous solution with the addition of a fracture propagation inert agent (proppant), the method involves simultaneous injection into a productive reservoir in order to create and fix a fracture in the near-wellbore zone to increase permeability and increase the reservoir productivity coefficient


Fit-for-purpose chemical formulation to meet downhole and reservoir conditions


A Proprietary Unique Solution for Production Enhancement

STEAMFLOW™ composition includes an water solution of sodium nitrite and solution of ammonia compounds with activator. It can be also prepared in the form of reverse emulsion that breaks down and reacts due to the influence of temperature or pressure.

The treatment of the near-wellbore and deep zones of the productive reservoir includes pumping preflush fluid into the reservoir, pumping STEAMFLOW™ into the reservoir, and pumping overflush fluid



Low temperature reservoirs

Production stimulation in the wells with high-viscosity oil. Increasing the efficiency of steam injection wells (at start-up for rapid heating of the near-wellbore zone)

High temperature High pressure

Production stimulation in HPHT reservoir conditions. The increase in the permeability of the near-wellbore zone due to the creation of high pressure above the fracturing gradient



Clean up of the fracture after a period of operation and a decrease in production from the well due to formation damage of the proppant pack in the near-wellbore zone


During the acid stimulation as an aid to increase the injectivity of the formation prior main treatment or as a diversion in the course of the main stimulation treatments

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