Well testing Services

TDWS is a leading provider of dynamic flow evaluation, clean up and flow back services in the region. Our technical expert community have many years of experience in the region, and have carried out operations on HPHT, high H2S, CO2, high rate oil and gas wells and extended well testing operations. Our values are excellence in services delivery, safe operations with specific focus on protecting the environment where we operate. 

V-18R insitu Nitrogen generation

 Our system of Temperature Generation + Pressure + Nitrogen (V-18R) destroys its range of applications can be used to assist production processes, cleaning of rock matrix, pressurize and increase flow. 

  • Well applications:
  • Reservoir of multiple layers and reservoir with long production intervals.
  • Deposits with variations of permeability.
  • Horizontal and vertical wells.
  • Forced pumping or pumping through flexible pipe.
  • Specific services for the oil industry
    Well stimulation and treatment of heavy and extra heavy crude.
  • We improve well productivity with hydraulic fracture and matrix stimulation treatments. 

Oil recovery from pit lakes

 Many refineries lack the capacity to process the heavy components of the crude oil. Consequently, in some parts of the world, these components are dumped out in the open and in such quantities that massive oil lakes have formed, causing considerable environmental problems. 

 We have developed a system of collection, filtering containment, treatment and separation of the crude coming from the pits, which could be marketed as upgraded crude 

Fast chemmical treatment for oil wells

There are wells that present a high level of complexity which requires a specific evaluation from its functional characteristics to economic profitability.
Wells that have high pressure, high H2S content, very low mobility but have a production capacity that make it profitable, TDWS can install a treatment and processing system at the wellhead to correct each one of the problems, before This must be transferred to the flow stations or tank yards. 

Bioremediation (Ωgreenclear ®)


The process of bioremediation of soils, waters, tanks and pits, in most cases encompasses a series of activities that can regularly be listed as follows:

Soils and Pit Lakes

· Delimitation of the area

· Excavation of the soil to reach depth not affected

· Remove contaminated soil and load on trucks

· Large amount of personnel for excavation by hand

· Move contaminated soil to incineration facility

· Burning contaminated soil (transfer of soil pollution to the sky)

· Replacement of sand excavated by sandy material

· End of the process.

Water bodies and lakes:

· Delimit the area with floating barriers

· Place absorbent material (manpower)

· Place absorbent or coagulant components

· Collection of contaminated material

· Transfer of contaminated material

· Processing and disposition

Our process through the use of Omega GreenClear:

· Cordoning the area

· Perform penetration coredrills

· Engineering evaluation

· Start sprinkling on contaminated soil or water

· Waiting for deconstitution

· Evaluate product action and take samples of treated soil

· End of the process.

Omega GreenClear by Biograss breaks complex hydrocarbon chains and transforms it into a fertilizer base.

Oil Upgrader Unit

Upgrading means using fractional distillation and/or chemical treatment to convert bitumen so it can be handled by oil refineries. At a minimum, this means reducing its viscosity so that it can be pumped through pipelines (bitumen is 1000x more viscous than light crude oil). However this process often also includes separating out heavy fractions and reducing sulfur, nitrogen and metals like nickel and vanadium.

Upgrading may involve multiple processes:

Vacuum distillation to separate lighter fractions, leaving behind a residue with molecular weights over 400.

De-asphalting the vacuum distillation residue to remove the highest molecular weight alicyclic compounds, which precipitate as black/brown asphaltenes when the mixture is dissolved in C3–C7 alkanes, leaving "de-asphalted oil" (DAO) in solution. A mixture of propane and butane will remove metallic compounds that would interfere with hydrotreating.[1]

Cracking to break long chain molecules in the DAO into shorter ones.

Hydrotreating may also be employed to remove sulfur and reduce the level of nitrogen.

TDWS develops a system unit to provide that service  in wellhead place.

The improving system employs a chemical and physical procedure capable of substantially reducing the components that make acid and viscous to this oil. Two harmful qualities, as the first corrodes refinery facilities and the second makes it difficult to move through the pipes

Associated water treatment for injector wells

Wells are classified in two categories, injection wells and disposal wells. The first (injection) are used to maintain the production of oil wells by pushing the water layer that is below the producing sand creating a sweep of the reservoir. Water disposal wells on the other hand is a well that manages the water obtained from oil production and passed through the washing tank. There are regulations by which oil producing companies with high water and sediment cuts must dispose of their residual water effectively to avoid closing oil wells due to the difficulty of reinjecting the water into the disposal wells.

CoreClearâ is a non-toxic, biodegradable surfactant that has been designed and perfected for water injection wells. A rigorous reservoir engineering study and thousands of laboratory hours and successful field tests make it the ultimate solution to water management problems in injection wells with surprising results in terms of their effectiveness.

Jet VaK - Coiled tubing service

 Our Alliance with Meridian allow to us present JetVaK System

(Available just for latin america)

  • Patented system that simultaneously vacuums away fluidized wellbore materials, with guaranteed circulation, while gathering continuous inflow data
  • The JetVak is a concentric coiled tubing assembly that includes an engineered jet pump, jetting head, and recorder in the BHA to gather BHP, BHT.
  • At surface, a Quantum technician gathers oil, water and solids cuts for reporting.

How Its Works 

  1. Concentric coiled tubing is conveyed downhole with standard coiled tubing equipment.
  2. When at depth, the pumping unit is brought up to operational pressure and rates to activate the JetVak.
  3. The jetting head fluidizes wellbore materials while the Venturi simultaneously draws the slurry into the BHA and artificially lifts the wellbore materials to surface inside the outer coil.
  4. A Quantum Downhole Technician is onsite to monitor performance, set the coil speed and sweeps, sample returns and gather data.
  5. Coiled tubing is retrieved to complete the operation.
  6. Quantum delivers a final report after the site operation.

Heavy Equipment (rental)

Equipment Rental------------------------------------------ (AVAILABLE BY TERRITORIES)