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heavy oil recovery Applications

  • Aquatech Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)

    In a Steamflood Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) process, steam is injected in the well, lowering the viscosity of heavy oil suitable for extraction through the production wells. The fluid from the wells is a mixture of oil, water and gas and goes through a separation system to separate the three. The separated produced water is heavily contaminated with dissolved solids and hydrocarbons. Aquatech’s Steamflood Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Technology offers the integrated solutions for the treatment EOR produced water...

    By Aquatech International Corporation based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Water treatment research for oil and gas industry

    The upstream oil and gas industry is increasingly becoming a water management industry. Globally, three barrels of water is extracted for every one barrel of oil produced. With effective management, this produced water can become a source of value, as disposal options become limited and environmental regulations tighten. New water treatment technologies will allow this water to be reused in waterflooding, enhanced oil recovery and hydraulic fracturing operations, in a market worth $5.2 billion in 2014....

    By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Deep Water Offshore & Offshore

    - including PSV & Salvage packages In the rugged and harsh environment of the offshore, DESMI is the market leader for boom, recovery systems, burn kits and storage systems for oil spill response. The world renowned Ro-Boom, which is available up to 3.5 metres in height, is unsurpassed in its manufacture, operation and longevity. It can be supplied in containerised, standard systems with DNV certification. Ideal for deep water offshore operations. Ro-Boom continues to set the standards for containment and...

    By DESMI A/S based in Noerresundby, DENMARK.

  • Industrial Solution for gasification & synthetic gas

    Gasification and synthetic gas production from various waste products are becoming increasingly important energy recovery technologies. Often, the synthetic gas contains various hazardous contaminants including H2S, HCl and other acids, heavy metals, and tars. The gas requires cleaning before it is introduced in the engine or boiler. Most of these processes generate significant concentration of tars. The tars can vary from very low molecular weight to large and complex chains.

    By Macrotek Inc. based in Markham, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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