E3S Web Conf.
Volume 213, 20202nd International Conference on Applied Chemistry and Industrial Catalysis (ACIC 2020)
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|Environmental Chemical Research and Energy-saving Technology Application
|01 December 2020
Research and test on anti-corrosion and anti-scaling technology of downhole injection tools of Dagang Southern Oil Field
Dagang Oilfield Branch of China National Petroleum Corporation
Every year, water well inspection operations accounted for 27.3% of the total water well operations due to corrosion and scaling of downhole injection tools in the Dagang Southern Oil Field, which seriously affects the validity period of the injection string and the effect of the injection, greatly increasing the production cost. Therefore, through the research and experiment of anti-corrosion and anti-scaling technologies such as 00Cr25Ni7Mo3N dual-phase steel material, TiN coating, Ni-W-P coating and Ni-W-P-nSiO2 composite coating, a new type of anti-corrosion and anti-scaling technology for downhole injectiong tools has been developed. The field test results show that under the premise of ensuring the mechanical performance of the tools, the average corrosion rate of the supporting tools using the new anti-corrosion and anti-scaling technology is 0.0048mm/a, which is far lower than the industry standard 0.076mm/a. The successful test of this technology is of great significance to increase the effective period of the southern oilfield split injection and reduce production costs.
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