The CoLD® Process is a proprietary crystallization process developed by Veolia as a simpler and more economical approach to desalination of produced water than conventional thermal processes. The CoLD Process eliminates the need for expensive pretreatment of the produced water, thereby reducing capital and operating costs. The CoLD Process is an ideal solution to address stricter water reuse standards, ZLD, and increasing regulation of discharge limits of total dissolved solids (TDS) facing the shale oil & gas industry.
Operators Turn To Robotic Drilling, Other Innovations To Battle Low Oil Price
Low oil prices are driving operators toward innovations from robotic drilling to advanced seismic imaging, as they restructure and streamline operations in order to cut down non-productive time (NPT) and shave costs, according to Lux Research.
GE’s Water Business To Acquire Netherlands-Based IMT Solutions; Expands Ultrafiltration Membrane Wastewater Treatment Offerings
GE recently announced that it has agreed to acquire IMT Solutions, a private Netherlands-based manufacturer of ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes for water treatment.
2H Offshore Awarded Production Riser Testing Programme For Development Of 20,000 psi Subsea Production Systems Technology
2H Offshore, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract by Chevron to manage a production riser weld qualification testing programme.
State Primer Provides Guidance In Mitigating Risks Of Induced Seismic Events
Thirteen states partnered through a multi-state initiative called StatesFirst this past year to share and summarize current knowledge related to earthquakes potentially caused by human activity, otherwise referred to as induced seismicity.
EPA’s New Ozone Standard: Clean Diesel Technology Continues To Lead On Clean Air Ambitions
The Diesel Technology Forum issued the following statement in response to the revised national ambient air quality standard for ground level ozone issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.