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Portland cement is currently the prime barrier material used in the petroleum industry for zonal isolation and permanent well abandonment. In addition, the industry considers alternative plugging materials. Therefore, it is necessary to consider functional requirements, operating conditions and qualification procedures for any newly developed alternative plugging material.
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