Blue Water Petroleum will seek to joint venture with under capitalized oil producers to stimulate their wells and increase production by use of acidizing, nano-engineered solvents and custom engineered surfactants to maximize production from older existing wells.


Today, acidizing is one of the most widely used and effective means available to oil and gas operators for improving productivity (stimulation) of wells. Acidizing is commonly performed on new wells to maximize their initial productivity and on aging wells to restore productivity and maximize the recovery of the energy resources.


Rejuvenating old oil wells is possible. BWPC has an acidizing truck with two 1,000 gallon tanks to carry Hydrochloric Acid and chemicals to the oil well. The chemicals are pumped down the well, through the perforations, and into the formation with an extremely powerful 5,000 PSI Triplex pump. Oil wells can be treated with Hydrochloric Acid (HCI) with a variety of other nano-engineered chemicals to specifically clean wells of production-robbing contaminants that are plugging of the perforations in the casing and the inter-granular porosity and permeability of the oil producing formation. The acid dissolves contaminants such as calcium scale. Added nano-solvents that are added to the acid will dissolve asphaltines and paraffins to re-open natural channels in the rock while the acid can create new channels and enlarge old ones by dissolving the calcite that often binds sand grains together. Other components in the solution then ‘plate’ the clean surfaces creating a ‘teflon’ effect that retards the re-accumulation of the contaminants that reduce production. Acidizing is a fast, cheap and effective stimulation treatment that yields immediate results.


New wells can be treated with acid to clean fresh perforations that may be ‘skinned over’. Skinning over is caused by the perforating bullets leaving a smooth impervious surface on the interior wall of the perforations. The acid will dissolve the smooth surface and re-open the natural porosity, and it can also help extend the existing natural channels to help increase the initial production (IP) of the well.


BWPC has distribution rights for several brands of nano-engineered production chemicals. These chemicals are a variety of solvents and surfactants designed to strip various deposits in oil wells that hamper production. The surfactants are designed to repel oil from sands and do so by reversing the polarity of oil that makes the oil bind to the rock.


BWPC distributes a microbial powder that is directly applied to oil spills, farm waste, sewer leaks and even oil leaks on large bodies of water. The microbes are activated when they make contact with moisture in the spill and then begin to eat the spill. They will continue to eat until the spill is entirely consumed. When the source of the spill is consumed the microbes return to a dormant state and remain that way until they are reactivated. The microbes will consume the oil and emit CO2 gas as a by-product. The microbes can clean contaminated soil up to 12″ deep and usually eliminate most spills within 30 days. Spills that have penetrated deeper than 12″ can have the soil turned by heavy equipment to keep the process ongoing. The product that BWPC distributes has been tested and approved by the EPA and works on the majority of toxic chemicals.