Water & Wastewater Treatment News For The Petroleum & Refining Industry

  1. MGX Minerals Announces Oilsands Lithium Extraction And Wastewater Treatment System Deployments
    2/7/2019

    MGX Minerals Inc. ("MGX" or the "Company") (CSE: XMG / FKT: 1MG / OTCQB: MGXMF) and engineering partner PurLucid Treatment Solutions ("PurLucid") are pleased to report a second deployment of an advanced wastewater treatment system is near completion and commissioning is expected shortly

  2. Goodnight Midstream Places Llano And Rattlesnake Pipeline Systems Into Service
    2/5/2019

    Goodnight Midstream, LLC, a leading midstream produced water infrastructure company, announced recently it placed two high-pressure, trans-basin produced water pipelines into commercial service with a combined pipeline throughput capacity of 600,000 barrels of produced water per day.

  3. A Clean Solution — Biological Wastewater Treatment Using Regenerated Activated Carbon Saves Disposal Costs
    2/1/2019

    Finding an optimum way to treat wastewater in the oil and gas industry is a crucial issue. With its Wet Air Regeneration (WAR) system, Siemens is providing a method which works in combination with the powdered activated carbon treatment (PACT) system to recycle more than 90 percent of the required activated carbon, reliably destroy adsorbed contaminants, and convert sludge to ash. This avoids costly and laborious disposal to landfill.

  4. EPA And Partners Announce Sunoco Pipeline And Mid-Valley Pipeline Settle Oil Spill Violations With $5M Civil Penalty
    1/31/2019

    In the latest joint federal-state Clean Water Act enforcement action, Sunoco Pipeline L.P. has agreed to pay civil penalties and state enforcement costs and to implement corrective measures to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Water Act and state environmental laws by Sunoco and Mid-Valley Pipeline Company stemming from three crude oil spills in 2013, 2014, and 2015, in Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.

  5. The CRC Receives Resource Revolution Award
    1/31/2019

    The Co-op Refinery Complex’s (CRC) Wastewater Improvement Project (WIP) has once again been singled out for environmental excellence at a special reception in Regina on Jan. 30.

  6. The First SUEZ Resource Revolution Award Goes To An Environmental Mega-Project In Canada
    1/31/2019

    SUEZ honored a project at Federated Co-operatives Limited’s Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) with the first-ever Resource Revolution Award. The award was designed to highlight projects that improve business while enhancing the goals of sustainability and resource reuse.

  7. Aquatech Supplies Landmark Source Water Treatment Package For Kuwait Oil Company As Part Of Massive Lower Fars Heavy Oil Development Project (60 MBOPD)
    1/30/2019

    In 2017, Aquatech International was awarded a contract by international oil and gas services company Petrofac to design, engineer and supply Source Water Treatment Package for Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) as part of the Lower Fars Heavy Oil Development Project, Phase One.

  8. Siemens Awarded Its Biggest Order In Oman To Develop Large Power And Water Project
    1/29/2019

    Highlighting its commitment to supporting Oman in meeting its growing power needs, Siemens has received an order to supply the Duqm Integrated Power and Water project (DIPWP) with gas and steam turbines, long-term power generation services and digital solutions

  9. GN Separation & Conveying Equipment Company Released New Website
    1/27/2019

    GN started up the new division, GN Separation and Conveying, at the beginning of this year. As the name implies, GN separation and conveying is going to provide customer with separation and conveying solutions.

  10. Dingell Renews Call For Comprehensive Study Of Enbridge Line 5
    1/25/2019

    Today, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-12) reintroduced the Preserve Our Lakes and Keep our Environment Safe (LAKES) Act, which starts a comprehensive year-long economic and environmental study of Enbridge’s Line 5 oil and natural gas pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac, and would require the pipeline’s permits be terminated if significant risks are revealed.