February 2021, Vol. 248, No. 2


Corrosion Inhibitor Development for Extreme Conditions

By Nihal U. Obeyesekere and Jonathan J. Wylde, Clariant Oil Services Deep-water exploration and production have seen a higher-than-average growth in the past 10 to 15 years when compared to other sectors in the industry. High and stable production and technological advances have driven lifting costs down to all-time lows.    Chemical innovation has been required to keep up with the trends of “deeper, hotter, higher,” all with an overriding need to develop more environmentally benign solutions.  Certainly, these challenges exist in the chemistry of corrosion inhibition in which solutions must perform under more and more hostile conditions. It is challenging to develop chemicals for the com

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