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Various production and completion practices such as controlling the production rate and following specific well completion guidelines to minimize sand production have failed to provide satisfactory returns.Several limitations such as screen plugging and costs associated with deploying expandable screens make the current mechanical sand control practices more expensive.Inefficient payment processing is expensive and time-consuming, particularly with outdated solutions that no longer fit your business needs, such as cheques or unscalable software.Retaining control, remaining compliant (including with TLS), and reducing the risk of failure is key to ensuring a seamless payment process.With the cost benefit and technical challenges in mind, a new chemical system was developed to effectively consolidate loose sand, which has caused injectivity and productivity decline and costly clean out operations.The newly develop chemical system is based on resin backbone with a curing agent to harden under reservoir temperature.Victoria's land titles are held in the state's online land titles register, managed by the Registrar of Titles using the Torrens system.

In addition, it was shown that the new product provides a controllable curing time up to several days, thereby avoiding any premature setting of the resin in the wellbore.Bacs & Faster Payments TLS security change In June 2015 Bacs announced changes to their security protocols, moving from Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to Transport Layer Security (TLS) by June 2016.This date has been extended to 2 July for Faster Payments and to 19 September for Bacs payments.TLS is a cryptographic protocol that ensures privacy between communicating applications and ensures that no third party may eavesdrop or tamper with any message.TLS is the successor to the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) that is currently used by all Bacstel-IP software.

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