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    Oil in Water Analysis for Flowback or Produced Water

    The amount of water used in and produced by hydraulic fracturing of shale gas wells is in the millions of gallons per well. Whether the water is going to be taken off site for disposal or reused for re-injection, the flowback or produced water needs pretreatment to remove any residual oil from the water. Waiting for remote lab results can take several days to a week. InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzers allow for oil in water testing at the well site in less than 10 minutes. The sampling requires a few simple steps that can be performed by non-technical personnel. The water is mixed with the extraction solvent, shaken, and then presented to the analyze for measurement. The same InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzer can be used for TPH in soil if a spill or pond leak occurs to determine the contaminated area. The analyzer features: -Results in under 15 minutes -Detect levels as low as 10 ppm -Portable, rugged, lightweight, easy-to-use -Battery operable -Ideal for field or lab use

    By Spectro Scientific based in Chelmsford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Frac water treatment for oil and gas industry

    Economic, environmental and operational demands challenge Hydraulic Fracturing (frac) operators to produce results in a highly regulated and competitive environment. Our mobile MIOX frac water unit offers an efficient, effective, low cost solution for treating high volumes and high rates with superior bacterial kill. And because MIOX technology operates with salt, water and electricity, there are virtually no health, safety or environmental concerns at the drill site or down-hole.

    By MIOX Corporation based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (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. Managing the water used and extracted from unconventional resources, such as shale gas, tight oil, coalbed methane, heavy oil, and oil from ultra-deepwater offshore fields, will be a fast growing segment of this market. This section shows you in detail the different opportunities and strategies for these resources.

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

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    Aeration and mixing technologies for oil and gas wastewater treatment

    As more hydraulic fracturing wells come into operation, the stress on surface water and groundwater supply increases. The expanding volume of wastewater created needs to be captured, disposed of, or recycled in an environmentally sustainable manner so the EPA continues to increase regulations.  We will work with you to create a comprehensive solution to treat your wastewater, meet increasingly strict governmental regulations, and support long term water life cycle management.

    By Aeration Industries International (AII) based in Chaska, MINNESOTA (USA).

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