Iron Sulfide (FeS) - ClO2 destroys the FeS it contacts. The fees will not re-precipitate, as it can with conventional acid jobs.
Bactericide - ClO2 is a biocide that kills bacteria by destroying the bacteria's cell walls, leaving the water sterile.
Polymers & Residue - ClO2 breaks most frac & polymer flood polymers and reduces or eliminates polymer residue.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) - ClO2 oxidizes on contact, reducing H2S levels significantly. Since ClO2 destroys bacteria, bacteria-generated H2S can be dramatically reduced. ClO2 is dispersible in oil, water, and organic solvents.