Oil Recovery Applications

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Wilsa ElectroWaveTM - Oil Harvesting / Removal

by Hudson Industries     based in Vienna, OHIO (USA)

WILSA Harvests Oil from Tank Bottom Sludge at Disposal Well. ElectroWave™ Technology optimizes onsite processing and reduces costs associated with saltwater disposal operations by breaking waste emulsions and recovering additional oil.

Innovative pump technology for energy industry

by EDUR-Pumpenfabrik Eduard Redlien GmbH & Co. KG     based in Kiel, GERMANY

Different temperatures, varying media – and always the demand for reliability, long service life and efficiency. EDUR additionally offer the principle of application-specific pump design.

Wastewater technology for the oil exploration and refinery

by AWAS International GmbH     based in Wilnsdorf, GERMANY

In the secondary recovery stage of an oil reservoir, process water plays a central role, just as in the extraction of natural gas. After the oil exploration, the produced water must be separated from the oil and gas. The process water needs to be prepared in order to be re-injected into the water cycle of production. For this purpose, highly efficient separation methods are required.

Oil spill recovery

by DESMI A/S     based in Noerresundby, DENMARK

As the exploration for oil and gas enters areas of greater environmental vulnerability, the need for proven, reliable and robust equipment is doubly important. DESMI continues to answer this challenge with existing as well as specially developed oil spill recovery systems to operate in the most difficult and harsh environments known to man. This equipment is known as the ARCTIC range. This is a special tool kit of systems to enable you to successfully contain, recover and store hydrocarbons in the Arctic environment. In addition, we offer a range of ‘fail safe’ fire booms for use in controlled burning of oil in ice.

Agitation and mixing solutions for oil & gas

by National Oilwell Varco     based in Dayton, OHIO (USA)

The two main areas in the oil and gas market are upstream operations such as exploration, recovery, storage, and transfer and downstream refining operations.  Exploration for oil and gas includes offshore drilling rigs and land rigs.  Downstream production includes the cracking of oil into transportation and fuel products and a variety of petrochemicals.

Air pollution control for the natural gas processing industry

by Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

The natural gas industry has seen a significant increase in activity with the discovery of new shales located throughout the world. The development of advance drilling technologies allow for extraction of gases deeper in the earth, revolutionizing the industry while creating a new demand for air and water pollution control technologies.

Enhanced oil recovery treatment for oil and gas industry

by MIOX Corporation     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is a broad O&G Industry term, but almost always involves some kind of water treatment processes. Whether you are trying to increase injectivity, kill bacteria, break emulsions or destroy polymers, MIOX has equipment to help. MIOX’s exclusive Mixed Oxidant technology turns your EOR site into an on-demand chemistry factory - eliminating middle men and lowering costs.

Process design & engineering services for gas processing industry

by Proxion Process     based in Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Proxion Process’ capabilities and experience in gas processing include gas dehydration, gas sweetening, sulfur recovery, NGL recovering and fractionation, natural gas liquefaction, and gas compression and reinjection. We can provide debottlenecking studies to increase throughput and decrease production schedules. Our personnel have experience in natural gas processing plants industry-wide.

Industrial Solution for gasification & synthetic gas

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

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.

Port, Harbours & Terminals

by DESMI A/S     based in Noerresundby, DENMARK

Ports, harbours and terminals demand special consideration as the equipment requirements can vary significantly. This could range from the simple, inexpensive environmentally friendly ‘A’ Boom to OilFence, a rugged asymmetric boom. OilFence can boast in excess of 15 years of service in permanent deployment applications and due to its massive reserve buoyancy, it can support ‘fish-net’ suspended from the boom itself. Many of the recovery systems in the nearshore and shoreline segment can be employed in ports, harbours and terminals. However, we also offer the versatile ‘Mop’ systems which can be installed to influence a large surface area. Indeed, ‘Mop’ skimmers have also proven themselves in the open waters, oil pits and industrial applications.

Oil skimmers for food processing industry

by Ambar Oil Skimmers     based in Westwego, LOUISIANA (USA)

The food processing industry also has a broad range of applications for oil skimmer and waste oil recovery technology. From wash water sumps to waste water treatment pits, the AMBAR rope skimmer is versatile enough to be used in all types of applications and outperforms tube oil skimmer products.

Oily Waste

by econ industries GmbH     based in Starnberg, GERMANY

Wherever oil is produced, processed, transported or stored, our clients face large amounts of oily waste in many different forms. Our VacuDry® technology allows efficient and environmentally friendly treatment of all oily waste streams within a single plant. Due to the conditions under which the waste is treated (low temperature, vacuum and nitrogen blanketing), the recovered oil can then be reused after treatment. Find more information and the benefits of VacuDry® oily waste plants on http://www.econindustries.com/applications/oily-wastes

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