- Limestone and Dolomite When either limestone and/or dolomite formation are stimulated, acid enters the formation through pores in the matrix of the rock or through natural or induced fractures.
- With emulsified acid, the resulting etch patterns are influenced by the rate at which acid penetrates the hydrocarbon outer phase of the emulsion and reacts with the The temperature of the formation should also be considered to ensure that the selection of either chemically retarded acid or delayed reaction acid is the one that is most suitable for the treatment recommended Acid volume and pump rate determine the acid contact time, during which the fracture faces are exposed to live acid.
- Figures 2 to 5 show the relative reaction rates of 15% hydrochloric acid with limestone and dolomite formations at different temperatures.
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