Established in the United Arab Emirates in 1986, Al Moghera is a leading oilfield chemicals manufacturing company based in the Mena region.
We provide chemical products and solutions in cementing, drilling, stimulation, and production
and are specifically targeted to work with oilfield service companies.
Jan 10, 2019. Al Moghera is pleased to announce the obtaining of ICV certificate (in country value) issued from ADNOC group. As part of our continuer pursuit to develop and follow the highest standard and requirement in oil and gas sector.
Mar 3, 2016. New SDS That are designed to comply with OSHA’s (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) version of the GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals).
Feb 2, 2015. Our General Terms & Conditions of Sale have been updated and applicable to all sales of our products and services unless agreed otherwise in writing. You can find the updated document here.
Jan 27, 2015. We are pleased to announce that Al Moghera has earned ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Certificates.
May 22, 2014. The revamped Al Moghera website has been launched. The redesigned and updated version features in-depth information on the company, its sphere of operations.
May 3, 2014. Following a detailed recertification audit conducted by a team of auditors from Bureau Veritas Certification Abu Dhabi, we are pleased that we will be recommended for recertification to ISO 9001, No non-conformances were observed during the audit,New certificates will be available at our website very soon.
Al Moghera has developed a growing line of fluid loss, dispersants, retarders, spacers and extenders for your oilfield cementing needs.
We possess a full range of acidizing products that help acids work more effectively and reduce potential problems.
Al Moghera's fracturing fluids are designed and proven to perform optimally and economical in wide variety of fracturing application.
Al Moghera manufactures a range of high quality cost effective materials which can be used in the formulation of oilfield drilling muds.
High quality, cost effective products to help companies meet their technical challenges in production, reducing cost of operation and facilitating safer operating environments.
Well-acidification is one of the oldest well stimulation techniques and was initially applied in carbonate-rich deposits and then extended to more complex mineralogical formations. The first work, done in 1890, employed HCl to stimulate limestone formations. In 1930 this technique emerged as a method to remove fouling and began to develop corrosion inhibitors.