The influence of low amounts on in situ-polymerized bisphenol-diamine net in cement slurries prepared in seawater – structural analysis after long-term contact with in situ-generated mud-acid fracturing fluid

Danilo Oliveira Santos, Ivory Marcos Gomes dos Santos, Joenesson Filip Santos Ribeiro, Eunice Fragoso Silva Vieira, Gwenn Le Saoût, Antonio Reinaldo Cestari


Inadequate zonal isolation in oil wells can provoke safety and environmental problems. New cement slurries can avoid such problems. In this work, novel cement slurries were prepared in the presence of seawater with in situ-formed epoxy resin–ethylenediamine. The new slurries were tested in relation to their mechanical properties and characterized by FTIR, XRD, TG/DTG, porosimetry by N2 adsorption-desorption and solidstate 29Si and 27Al NMR. Some kinetic features of long-term contact of the slurries with in situ-generated mud-acid were performed to evaluate the performances of the new slurries in routine acidizing procedures in oil well industry. The experimental kinetic data were well fitted to order-variable exponential kinetic model and a factorial design of four variables (24). In these studies, it was possible to evaluate in detail how some important experimental factors act on the quantities of acid that interact with the pastes, as well as to verify how these factors affect the speed with which the mud-acid interacts with the slurries. The results strongly suggest that the interactions occurred at epoxy/ethylenediamine cement slurry/mud-acid interfaces are due to surface reactions with preservation of the chemical structures of the cement slurries, even after long-term contact with mud-acid. The new cement slurry present good features to be used in environmental-friendly procedures in oil well field. Keywords: Epoxidized bisphenols; cement slurries; characterization of oil well materials; kinetic modeling; Multivariate analysis

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