HPPE Engineers Sulfate and Chloride-Free Biopolymer Dust Control Product for the Mining and Petroleum Industry

HPPE Engineers Sulfate and Chloride-Free Biopolymer Dust Control Product for the Mining and Petroleum Industry

ClearPath™, a functionalized biopolymer, is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional chloride and sulfate-based chemistries for dust suppression. Manufactured with a low carbon footprint, ClearPath™ can be safely used for industrial and commercial construction sites, unimproved roads, and any number of existing industrial and public sites including parks, baseball fields, outdoor storage, and warehouses.

HPPE Clay Control Article Published in January Issue of E&P Magazine

HPPE Clay Control Article Published in January Issue of E&P Magazine

Engineered Biofluids Control Clay, Fines - Biochemical engineering is a new technology that is being introduced and applied in many different disciplines. Across an array of industries these biochemically engineered products offer superior and unique performance at less cost and are environmentally preferred. Akin to the conversion of the vacuum tube to the silicon chip, the new generation of engineered biofluids (EBF) is superior to the first generation of biopolymers because they provide biochemically engineered solutions on the molecular level.

Engineered BioFluids (EBF) Website Unveiled

Sanket Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer of HPPE, is excited to announce the launch of HPPE's new Engineered BioFluids (EBF) website.  "Engineered BioFluids are the next major advance in the biopolymer industry,"  Gandhi said.  "EBF offers HPPE customers the new ability to tailor environmentally responsible chemical solutions for their most challenging opportunities."  

For additional information, please go to www.engineeredbiofluid.com.

HPPE Confirms Leading Performance of Clay Control Product at Third Party Lab

Shale stability in the gas producing Eagle Ford Formation was evaluated for two stimulation fluid additives with a set of comprehensive fluid-rock interaction tests. These additives were evaluated by comparing two distinctly different media particle sizes and two typical concentrations. Fluid interaction was evaluated with Capillary Suction Test (CST), attrition testing via roller oven, and with low-pressure, packed column filtrate volume recovery.