US 2018/0298268 A1

Cement having cross-linked polymers

(22) 26.06.2018

(43) 18.10.2018

(57) A composition and method of forming a wellbore cement that includes a cross-linked polyamide. The polyamide is formed by reacting a di-functional amine with an aromatic tri-functional carboxylic acid. The wellbore cement compo­sition is created by blending cement and water with the polyamide and then allowed to cure. Increases in compres­sive strength, Young‘s Modulus, and Poisson‘s Ratio of the cement were realized by adding the polyamide to the cement composition.

(71) Saudi Arabian Oil Company,

Dhahran (SA)

(73) Saudi Arabian Oil Company,

Dhahran (SA)

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