oil process water treatment News

  • Oil water separators for rent

    Mercer has a "fleet" of rental separators ready to serve your separating needs. We offer level alarms, automatic oil skimmers, controls, and heaters for freeze protection. We can provide other options and accessories to meet your particular rental application as well. Our rental units are ...


    By Mercer International Inc.

  • Aquatech Introduces the HEVAP™ High Efficiency Evaporation Process for SAGD Water Treatment

    Aquatech, a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets, introduces the HEVAP™ high efficiency evaporation process for treating produced water from oil sands thermal processes such as Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD). "Increasingly, oil producers in Alberta are choosing to go with evaporation technology as the treatment method for ...

  • Floating Oil on Water Sensor

    One of our favourite products (and a firm client favourite too!) is the OilTechw² FLT oil on water sensor. A few months ago we did a case study on Northern Ireland Water and their intake protection using our clever sensors, which ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • Water treatment on a wharf

    The construction of ships' hulls requires large amounts of water and results in large volumes of waste water contaminated with heavy metals such as TBT, PCB, oils, and other toxic substances. In particular, TBT-based varnishes were still in widespread use until very recently and work on older boats inevitably releases TBT. It is now well-established that TBT is harmful to marine organisms and can ...


  • Outotec collaborates with Global Oil Shale in the development of a concentration process for oil shale

    OUTOTEC OYJ  PRESS RELEASE   MAY 15, 2013  at 2:00 PM Outotec collaborates with Global Oil Shale in the development of a concentration process for oil shale Outotec and Global Oil Shale Group have agreed on collaboration in the development of a commercial scale concentration process for kerogen, a mixture of organic material contained in ...


    By Outotec Oyj

  • Oil Processing Upgrading via Cavitation Technology

    Cavitation technology application   Cavitational effect is accompanied by microexplosions, ultrasound and also by mechanical cuts and encounters from exposure of the hundred of cuts pairs which are moved towards each other with the high linear speed. The value of that speed is reach to a few dozen of meters per seconds which gives a possibility to cut ...


    By GlobeCore GmbH

  • Testing the waters for offshore treatment

    The market for spending on water treatment in the offshore oil and gas industry is set to grow by an annual average of 4.4% in the next six years, driven by increasing production from developing markets around the world, and the need for more advanced solutions to keep mature oilfields productive. Today, the offshore oil and gas industry accounts for approximately 27% of worldwide production. The ...

  • ReportsnReports - Nanotechnology in Water Treatment

    Nanotechnology in Water Treatment  The global market for nanostructured products used in water treatment was worth an estimated $1.4 billion in 2010 and will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.7% during the next 5 years to reach a value of $2.2 billion in 2015. Most of the ...


  • Envirochemie with a Growing Focus on Process Water

    Industrial customers throughout the world increasingly demand integrated modular systems for the treatment of fresh water and process water, water circulation systems and wastewater. In response, EnviroChemie has expanded its process water division. Integrated systems not only produce the required water quality, but the potential for resource-saving and energy-efficient plant operation is also ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Toward cheaper water treatment

    Original story at MIT News Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” produces a lot of wastewater. Drilling one well requires millions of gallons of water that’s injected into the ground to loosen rocks and release oil. While some is reused, much of the produced water is discarded into deep injection wells, and ...

  • Advanced Oxidation Process for Refinery Wastewater Treatment

    A large European refinery company was interested in advanced oxidation process solution to treat 40,000 m3 batches of contaminated water.  In order to get this project approved technically and economically, the company selected ESCO International as a supplier of AOP systems. To assess whether AOP would be successful, a 30L ...


    By ESCO International

  • FracTreat mobile treatment for oil & gas production

    Siemens Water Technologies has launched a suite of products that provide comprehensive mobile water treatment solutions for the oil & gas industry, specifically for oil & gas production in shale gas applications. The FracTreat line of products includes mobile continuous precipitation, mobile flotation and a mobile combination pilot unit. All help improve effluent water quality and reduce ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: demand spike for emergency process water set to double mobile water treatment market revenues

    Escalating demand for high-purity water in industrial and potable applications has triggered growth in the world mobile water treatment market across both mature and emerging economies. Mobile water treatment systems offer purified water for a short term for emergencies, ensuring that production cycles are not hampered. The need for emergency responses in instances, such as plant downtime, ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Efficient and energy optimised exhaust gas treatment for carbon fibre processes and recycling

    The use of carbon fibre and composite materials has significantly increased in the past few years and will further increase mainly to reduce the weight of air planes, cars and wind blades in order to reduce the fuel consumption and increase efficiencies. For the production of carbon fibre a reasonable amount of heat energy is required for fibre oxidation ovens and carbonisation furnaces and ...

  • Webinar: compare oil water separation options

    Learn How To Prevent Heavy Plugging, Increase Time Between Cleanings, And Ensure Compliance With Your Oily Wastewater Processing. Register and Attend For Free On Thursday July 28th Mercer International's David Goding and international industry expert Philip D'Angelo taped a webinar geared toward helping engineering, ...


    By Mercer International Inc.

  • Frost & Sullivan: Rising Demand for Crude Palm Oil Drives Uptake of Water and Wastewater Treatment Solutions in Southeast Asia

    The rising application of crude palm oil (CPO) across diverse industries and the swelling global appetite for oils and fats, processed foods, cosmetics, and bio-diesel is encouraging the setting up of palm oil mills and refineries in Southeast Asia. This, in turn, is creating a lucrative market for water and wastewater treatment (W&WWT) solutions in the region. New analysis from Frost ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • WaterWatch² range now includes Visible Oil on water

    The OilTechw² FLT sensor is the latest addition to our WaterWatch² product range, providing a highly sensitive detector for floating, visible oil on water. The sensor is an evolution of the previous generation WaterWatch2920 which has a track record of providing vital protection for drinking water intakes, where oil contamination can cause costly damage to membrane treatment plants and ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • New Oil in Water Method Allows Onsite Analysis

    S. Norwalk, CT, April 19, 2007 -- New European regulations governing the measurement of oil-in-water, a 15% hydrocarbon emission reduction target and Hydrocarbon Trading have all heightened the importance of monitoring oil concentration levels. As a result, US instrument manufacturer, Wilks Enterprise, Inc., and their UK representative – Quantitech, Ltd. - have reported a rapid growth in demand ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Water looms as “the next oil,” warns MIT professor

    With US gasoline prices edging toward the recently unimaginable price of US$4 a gallon, consumers are beginning to drive less and energy efficiency is again a hot topic. But the pain caused by high oil prices is nothing like what looms as an even more basic and essential natural commodity — water -- faces dwindling supplies and growing demand. As essential as it is taken for granted, water is The ...

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