Produced Water Treatment
Produced water is a term for reservoir water that is produced along with the oil and gas phase. Oil and gas reservoirs normally contain amounts of water, oil, solids, condensates and gas. When oil and gas are processed, water is separated and pumped back into the reservoir in order to maintain the right pressure in the well. Alternatively, the water is discharged to the sea or sewerage. Both methods involve a set of conditions and strict regulations, aimed at preventing well contamination and water pollution.
When the oil and gas reservoirs are depleted, water content may be as much as 98% of the total fluids being produced. As a result, the handling and treatment of produced water up to the required quality levels becomes an increasing cost factor in the total Life Cycle Cost of an operated asset.
Our Produced Water Treatment systems are designed to remove oil and solids from produced water in order to achieve the required specifications for re-injection or disposal. We customise each Produced Water Treatment systems based on the nature of the feed and the specification of the treated water. Our systems include one or more separation stages including Corrugate Plate Interceptors (CPI), Deoiling Hydrocyclones, Desanding Hydrocyclones, Induced Gas Flotation (IGF) units, Compact Gas Flotation units, Oil Absorption Media and Nutshell Filters.
Our added value
- 12 years of experience
- Sturdy and reliable design
- Lower footprint
- Lower CAPEX and low maintenance costs
- Lower pressure loss
- Applicability to full turndown range
- Field and lab testing
- Debottlenecking studies: analysis of operational problems and their solutions
- CFD studies: intrinsic physical characteristics of separators. Performance enhancement studies
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