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Advertisers’ Announcement-Petroboost Technology Enables Viscous Oil To be Readily Produced

Revolution Minerals Ltd has recently introduced a revolutionizing technology in boosting oil and gas well production– PetroBoost®, a patented method for exerting a combined effect on the near-wellbore region of a producing formation.

PetroBoost technology is the result of many years of scientific research and lab testing by leading Russian and Ukrainian scientific institutes focused on research into hydrogen energy.

PetroBoost technology has been successfully tested in collaborations with major oil and gas companies in a broad variety of wells with differing geological conditions. These companies include Gazprom, Novatek, Tatneft in Russia, Eni SPA in Turkmenistan and others.

The PetroBoost technology effectively enhances well production increasing ultimate recovery factors of oil and gas reservoirs. PetroBoost technology is effective in oilfields where traditional stimulation technologies struggle, including viscous oil, those with high paraffin content, oil rims, tight formations, etc.








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  1. The Petroboost technology has been introduced by our client as an Oil field operators and we being their contractor operating within the scope of Oil and Gas contracting which major in the oil firms otherwise known as IOC’s and NOC’s in the industries here in Nigeria.

    However our attention has been drawn to your technology PETROBOOST which we want to get information about and possibility to partner with you guys to further enhance the capacity of bringing the technology to our clients in question.

    We will appreciate you reverting to us for detail dialogue on the proposal with more details and brochure guide.

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