Reconstruction fluid with new PT-86 polymer.
Sławomir Wysocki, Stanisław Stryczek, Andrzej Gonet, Magdalena Gaczoł, Przemysław Gubała
Vol. 33, no. 1 (2016), s. 159-165, 
While reconstructing partially exploited boreholes located in south-eastern part of Poland there were several issues. Standard procedures were not efficient enough to fulfil the requirements for fluid to work properly. This enforced investor to turn to the Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas AGH UST Krakow for assistance in developing special formula for working fluid. Major requirements set for reconstruction fluid were to: inhibit hydration of loam rocks, reduce corrosion of casing and tubing and decrease filtrate loss which maintained at a high level. Therefore, the Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas AGH UST Krakow developed and compared various reconstruction fluids' formulas to eliminate encountered complications. The article also concentrates on studying the samples collected from the borehole and presents conclusions based on laboratory tests. Analyses of the research results expose best working solution for eliminating the issues that came across during reconstruction of the borehole.