DW Liquid ROS – Petroleum Industry

The ability of DW Liquid ROS to prevent the formation of paraffin, neutralize H2S, and precipitate metals makes it highly functional in multiple aspects of the petroleum industry.


Increase Barrels per day

Trial runs have helped increase barrels per day in stripper wells from 2 barrels a day to 40 barrels per day.

Remove and Prevent Paraffin from Forming

DW Liquid ROS prevents paraffin from being able to attach to itself, breaking it down if present, and preventing its future formation.

Prevent Corrosion

Reduce costs by preventing corrosion and reducing the need to replace pipes. DW Liquid ROS creates a barrier of electrons which prevents corrosion.

Decrease H2S – Decrease Sour Gas

Helps to kill downhole microorganisms, reducing the creation of H2S which decreases the level of sour gas.


DW Liquid ROS provides cost efficiency per mole of H2S removed, prevention of solids formation (e.g. dithiazine), and the removal of hydrogen sulfide.


Oil Drilling

The primary use of DW Liquid ROS in drilling is to prevent deposits along the inside walls of the well casings. Repeated studies show that DW Liquid ROS removes paraffin buildup choking pipe diameter and reducing production. Continued use of DW Liquid ROS prevents paraffin from forming, maintaining the increased production, and protects pipes from corrosion, extending longevity and reducing downtime.

As an anti-microbial, DW Liquid ROS also kills downhole microorganisms that create H2S, reducing the level of sour gas.


Treating frack water with DW Liquid ROS not only increases oil recovery, it neutralizes many of the toxins that build up over repeated use of the well. Pumping cleaner water into the earth is invaluable for the environment and contributes to positive public relations..

Wet Scrubbers

Wet scrubbing treatment of petroleum products – natural gas, crude oil, refined products, or flue and other gases – to remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide is significantly more effective and cost efficient when using DW Liquid ROS as the primary oxidizing agent.