Sustainable Technologies for Treating Produced Water for Reuse or Deep Well Injection. Oil and gas exploration and production are highly complex and capital-intensive processes. Producers face many challenges, including the constraints of climate, environment, and geography. As companies extract oil and gas in areas that at one time were considered unpromising, water plays an ever more essential role.
By Fluence Corporation based in White Plains, NEW YORK (USA).
Measuring the oil content in water or soil is a specialty of Wilks Enterprise. InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzers provide on-site ppm measurements to help ensure upstream or downstream wastewater complies with discharge permits to avoid potentially costly fines. There are over 3,000 InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzers in operation today around the world measuring the oil and grease levels in produced water on drilling platforms, oil content in FRAC water, hydrocarbons in wastewater effluents from refineries, and TPH in soil at remediation sites.
By Spectro Scientific based in Chelmsford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
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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