Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies offers Aquamove mobile water treatment services for the oil and gas market. The Aquamove mobile ACTIFLO® trailer has applications for the treatment of water, wastewater, and the ability to recycle water. Treatment operations include clarification, trace metals reduction, biological solids clarification, and softening. To learn more, download the Aquamove brochure.
Mike Dejak, executive VP of Eco-Tec, has a long history in the oil and gas business, having spent his last 37 years working in technology development, design, sales, and service of industrial filtration and ion exchange systems. According to Dejak, Eco-Tec's latest technology could “revolutionize filtration” for the produced water market. In this Q&A, Dejak talks about the industry indicators that suggested a need for Eco-Tec’s new product, the details of its operation, and proof of performance and value.
Artificial Lift Monitoring System Improves Performance Of Dynamic North Dakota Well By Baker Hughes
Over a 10-year period, a major operator tried various methods to optimize production on a particularly gassy, dynamic well in North Dakota. A short run life with a competitor's electrical submersible pumping (ESP) system forced the operator to put the well on gas lift. Initially, the operator's personnel were constantly onsite because the well cycled severely, and it was difficult to control without an artificial lift solution. The customer asked Baker Hughes to install an ESP system with WellLink SPVision artificial lift monitoring solution to provide advanced surveillance for the well.
This is a plant that collects waste water from plant processes and run-off in a large storage tank that is treated with sulfidic caustic. The conventional process utilized DE as a precoat for the filter to assist in facilitating the separation of solid contaminates.
LACT units are an arrangement of equipment designed for the unattended transfer of liquid hydrocarbons from the producer to a pipeline owner. Individual units are typically designed for the application it will be used for since there are a variety of conditions, gravities, and other specifications that need to be taken into consideration.
Reliable monitoring and treatment of water in oil refineries is essential for the production of petroleum-based products, including gasoline, diesel, kerosene, heating oil, and byproducts for plastics and a variety of lubricants. There are three process areas within refineries that require large amounts of water: cooling units, desalter units, and wastewater treatment.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CET
This webinar will demonstrate CAMO Software’s latest release of PROCESS PULSE (v1.1) multivariate process monitoring software for on-line or at-line applications. Webinar Registration