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Asphaltene refers to the black, carbonaceous components of petroleum which may occur in many crude oils in the form of colloidal, suspended, solid particles.

They are organic materials consisting of aromatic and naphthenic ring compounds containing nitrogen, sulfur and oxygen molecules. The asphaltene fraction of crude is defined as the organic part of the oil that is not soluble in straight-chain solvents such as pentane or heptane.

Asphaltenes can deposit on the formation face, at the perforations, on tubulars, in valves and separation equipment. Asphaltene deposits block the flow of fluid reducing your daily production. Unlike paraffins, asphaltenes do not melt, temperature-related measures, such as insulation or hot oiling, are ineffective.

Common coincidental skin damage mechanisms are wettability, paraffin, inorganic scale and emulsion block.

Cut through asphaltenes.

EnovaFlow is proven to reverse the restricted flow of oil from producing wells and the flow of water into disposal wells and injection wells due to asphaltene deposits. Our proven proprietary process and technology do not require rig interventions. EnovaFlow maximizes your ROI with a minimal footprint on your budgets, operations and the environment.

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