HPHT Fluid For Drilling Applications Launched

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov – NanoMalaysia Bhd (NMB), announced the launch of its revolutionary and patented drilling fluid, fluid loss additive Synergy 10AS Nano following a successful four-year test and development phase aligning to the Malaysia’s National Energy Policy to reduce carbon emission via energy efficiency improvements. As an effort to further reduce energy consumption in the country’s oil and gas industry, the scale-up of the “Graphene-Carboxymethyl Sago Starch (CMSS)-based fluid loss additives for drilling fluid application” project, or Graphene-CMSS is a positive move. Girl wants to find her life partner after Anwar nominated PM – Latest Posting on Twitter, the girl aged 25 urges people to help her find a partner to get married, saying she is going to start her Master’s degree soon. Latest MalaysiaA Maria It is a collaboration between NMB, MY Synergy Factors (M) Sdn Bhd (MSF), and Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) with an investment of about RM1.75 million under the National Graphene Action Plan (NGAP) 2020 which focuses on developing graphene-based technologies by collaborating with Malaysian industries and universities through NanoMalaysia’s Venture Builder Model. There are at least two sustainability angles to the said technology. Locally produced CMSS is infused with graphene to form the main component of Synergy 10AS Nano. CMSS contains a biodegradable and environmentally friendly product of the native sago starch, while graphene improves the thermal conductivity of the resultant additive which can be produced by cracking waste bio-gas. Synergy 10AS Nano is developed to resolve the high cost of drilling operations to control the fluid-loss properties of drilling fluids (DF) at high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) and customer demand for HPHT DF loss additive products at a competitive price. DHL names Mihaela Isac as new CIO in Asia Pacific She was an Associate Partner before moving to DHL Supply Chain IT North…

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