Understanding the patent landscape in fracture fluid chemistries

The North American oilfield chemicals market grew from $5.45 billion in 2004 to $9.56 billion in 2014 (see the August 19, 2014 LREPJ). Driven by the growth of hydraulic fracturing, chemicals for well stimulation, including fracture fluids, accounted for majority of the growth, with the market siz...

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