crude oil in produced water Articles

  • Wetland Project in Oman Achieves Impressive Milestone

    In third quarter of 2012, the Phase 2 expansion of the Nimr Water Treatment Plant (NWTP) was implemented 1.5 month ahead of the construction deadline and without any lost time injuries. With the completed expansion, the NWTP treatment capacity has increased from 45,000 m3/day to 95,000 m3/day. Since beginning of 2011, the Nimr Water Treatment Project has treated produced water generated by ...

    By BAUER Resources GmbH

  • Case study - Texas crude oil in soil sites

    Sunset Well Service, Inc. is an environmental contractor located in the Midland/Odessa area of Texas. They use their UVF-3100D analyzer to help excavate and remediate soils contaminated by produced water and crude oil. Laboratories in Texas test TPH using the TX 1005 GC-FID Method. This method is similar to U.S. EPA Method 8015M, but reports the GRO, DRO and ORO fractions separately. Soils from ...

    By Sitelab Corporation

  • Produced Water Case Study

    Challenge Managing the increasing volumes of produced water associated with oil & gas production as well as sourcing water for operations is becoming more challenging for E&P companies. Handling oily wastewaters with high and variable contents of O&G and TSS requires complex and costly treatment trains with conventional technologies. To evaluate akvoFloat ’s ...

    By akvola Technologies GmbH

  • New NSPS OOOOa Regulations Affecting Methane and VOC Emissions from the O&G Sector Finalized as of June 3, 2016

    The EPA has issued three final rules that will curb emissions of methane, smog-forming volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and toxic air pollutants such as benzene from new, reconstructed and modified oil and gas sources, while providing greater certainty about Clean Air Act permitting requirements for the industry. The EPA’s amended and new regulations affecting methane (CH4) and VOC ...


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