Consistent, Repeatable Performance
The CyberDrill® synthetic deepwater fluid system is specifically formulated for a consistent cold water rheological profile to minimize wellbore circulating density.
- Excellent environmental performance
- Minimizes formation damage
- Consistent rheology
Developed in 1998 and used on hundreds of wells in the Gulf of Mexico and offshore Brazil, the synthetic-based system remains a constant performer for operators in South America.
CyberCoat™ wetting agent is used in the CyberDrill synthetic-based drilling fluid system in temperatures up to 350°F (177°C). It can be used to either treat the fluid during a weight up or treat water-wet solids and is also used as a thinning agent.
CyberMul™ emulsifier is an environmentally acceptable liquid blend of organic acids, which provides a stable water-in-oil emulsion. It is designed for use as the primary emulsifier when mixing the system, and as a treating agent during drilling operations.
CyberPlus™ emulsifier is an environmentally acceptable liquid blend of polyamide and organic acid emulsifiers and wetting agents used to provide a stable water-in-oil emulsion. It is designed for use as the secondary emulsifier when preparing the fluid system, and as the primary treating agent during drilling operations.
CyberSeal™ lost circulation material (LCM) is a cellulose fiber specially designed to bridge and seal permeable formations without adversely affecting fluid rheology or electrical stability.
CyberTrol™ HPHT filtration control agent is an organic polymer used in the CyberDrill synthetic-based fluid system. It is compatible with a wide range of synthetic base-oils and is stable to 500°F (260°C).
CyberVis™ DW50 rheology modifier is an organic polymer viscosifier specially designed to provide a consistent rheological profile in CyberDrill synthetic-based invert-emulsion drilling fluids in deepwater applications.
CyberVis™ RM rheology modifier is an organic clay polymeric material comprised of very high molecular weight organic acids that provides increased low-end rheology and yield point.