WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR THE PETROLEUM & REFINING INDUSTRY

Importance Of Flare Gas Measurement Grows To Meet Environmental Regulations
Importance Of Flare Gas Measurement Grows To Meet Environmental Regulations

In the oil and gas industry, regulations and requirements to measure, monitor and report flared gases continue to expand and extend. The U.S. EPA continues to focus on enhancing regulations aimed at reducing emissions of methane and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the environment.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES FOR THE PETROLEUM & REFINING INDUSTRY

  • FEDI Solution For Sohar Refinery Project
    FEDI Solution For Sohar Refinery Project

    Orpic (Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company) required a thermal seawater desalination solution as part of its Sohar refinery improvement project to ensure an uninterrupted supply of fresh feed water to for its boilers.

  • Fractional Electrodeionization (FEDI) Technology For RO Permeate Polishing And Demineralization
    Fractional Electrodeionization (FEDI) Technology For RO Permeate Polishing And Demineralization

    Sabine Pass, a large LNG refinery in the U.S., required a membrane desalination solution to cater to its extensive process water needs in order to produce a large amount of liquefied natural gas for export.

  • Monitor Your Pump For Process Efficiency
    Monitor Your Pump For Process Efficiency

    Pumps are all too frequently one of the most overlooked and abused pieces of equipment in process automation, yet nothing moves without them and a process becomes inefficient when they don’t operate properly or completely shutdown. By Jim Delee, Sr. Member Technical Staff, Fluid Components International

  • FEDI System Is Key To Long-Term Success Of Plant’s Oil Refining Process
    FEDI System Is Key To Long-Term Success Of Plant’s Oil Refining Process

    Petrogas LLP, one of the world’s largest oil rehabilitation companies, required demineralized water for a new boiler component to its Turkmenistan refinery.

  • Optimizing Gas Storage Fields Operation Through High Accuracy Multiphase Flow Metering
    Optimizing Gas Storage Fields Operation Through High Accuracy Multiphase Flow Metering

    Natural gas consumption is far from being constant over the months. Typically Natural Gas (NG) is stored in summer periods, when there is lower demand for it, and is withdrawn in the winter periods, when significant amounts of NG are used for heating.

  • Daelim RMP-2 Petron Bataan Refinery
    Daelim RMP-2 Petron Bataan Refinery

    Petron Bataan Refinery wanted to expand production to process 180 thousand barrels of crude oil per day while changing its feedstock from Arab Light to less costly heavy and sour crudes.

  • Discfilters Treat Up To 12,000 gpm Of Secondary Sewage For Cooling Water
    Discfilters Treat Up To 12,000 gpm Of Secondary Sewage For Cooling Water

    The client is one of the largest combined electric and gas companies in the United States, servicing 1.8 million gas customers and 2.2 million electric customers in more than 300 urban, suburban and rural communities. Following a successful site visit, the Client contracted Veolia for the treatment of up to 2725m³/h (12,000 gpm) of sewage plant effluent for cooling tower make-up.

  • Flow Meter Advisory: Follow The Money
    Flow Meter Advisory: Follow The Money

    While the majority of household consumers believe that they deserve the full attention of a water system, from a revenue perspective this does not bear out. Though the average home faucet is undoubtedly valued by its drinking water provider, the reality is that the vast majority of drinking water revenue comes from heavy-use commercial and industrial operations.

  • Silver Eagle Refinery Case Study
    Silver Eagle Refinery Case Study North Salt Lake and West Bountiful are home to several large oil refineries. These large plants have several smoke stacks, open burning flares, and round storage tanks.
  • Pacing A Hydrocarbon Sampler With No Plant Downtime
    Pacing A Hydrocarbon Sampler With No Plant Downtime

    An oil refinery in the Southwest United States needed to sample diesel flow during shipment to ensure that the product characteristics were uniform throughout the batch. A local hydrocarbon sampler company provided a pressurized sampler. However, a flowmeter would also be necessary to pace the taking of the diesel sample with the flow.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS

Injection Skids Injection Skids

Mazzei injection systems are designed using the Mazzei’s patented technologies to obtain the most efficient mixing and contacting of air, oxygen, ozone or chemicals into a water stream.

AquaNereda AquaNereda

The AquaNereda® Aerobic Granular Sludge System is an innovative biological wastewater treatment technology that provides advanced treatment using the unique features of aerobic granular biomass. The unique process features of the AquaNereda system translate into a flexible and compact process that offers energy efficiency and significantly lower chemical consumption.

Ecosorb® Spray Gel® Ecosorb® Spray Gel®

A special spray gel formulation of Ecosorb® odor eliminator topically encapsulates material, blocking odors from escaping into the atmosphere. Ecosorb® Spray Gel® is an ideal solution for sludge handling and transportation, open-bed waste trucks, working faces of landfills, soil remediation projects, and other solid/semi-solid odorous materials that continuously emit odors.

CoStrip™: CoStrip™:

Veolia’s patent-pending CoStrip degases raw water by introducing microbubbles of a stripping gas (air, nitrogen or fuel gas) counter-current to the liquid stream. First, the microbubbles are introduced into a series of chambers utilizing eductors. Next, they rise and capture dissolved gases due to the disequilibrium between the microbubble gases and the dissolved gases in the water.

Lime Slaker Systems Lime Slaker Systems

The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing the Actiflo Turbo high-rate clarification technology. With more than 800 references around the world, the Actiflo technology has been in use for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment for more than 20 years.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT VIDEOS

  • RWL Water & Emefcy Announce Merger To Form Fluence Corporation, Ltd.
    RWL Water & Emefcy Announce Merger To Form Fluence Corporation, Ltd.

    Founded in 2017, under the consolidation of global water industry leaders Emefcy and RWL Water, Fluence was established with a vision to become the key global provider in decentralized water and wastewater solutions.

  • The Big Empty: Rural America's Drinking Water Crisis

    O’Brien, Texas is just one of thousands of small communities in the United States that struggle to find the resources to ensure that the water coming out of the tap is safe to drink. The recent budget proposal by the Trump administration will only make matters worse. Watch this documentary short produced by Tom Rosenberg and Earth Institute fellow Madison Condon details one shrinking town’s drinking water crisis.

  • Water In The Balance
    Water In The Balance

    How researchers at UC Merced are developing a better understanding of the three sources of water upon which California depends in order to adapt to the effects of environmental changes and make better use of this most precious of our natural resources.

  • Mazzei Venturi Injector For Wine Macro Aeration
    Mazzei Venturi Injector For Wine Macro Aeration

    Winemakers everywhere are discovering that pumping the juice through a Mazzei® macro aeration Wine Pump-over Venturi injector during fermentation aspirates a substantial amount of air/oxygen into the liquid. Mazzei Injectors are highly efficient, low cost devices for energizing fermentation. Watch Scott Laboratories’ video of the Mazzei Wine Pump-over Injector in action.

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LATEST INSIGHTS ON WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR THE PETROLEUM & REFINING INDUSTRY

  • How Natural Light Can Separate Oil From Wastewater
    How Natural Light Can Separate Oil From Wastewater

    Researchers at MIT have developed a system that uses visible light to treat produced water, a potential economic and environmental savior for the oil and gas industry.

  • New Report Offers Long-Awaited Answers About Reusing Oil And Gas Industry’s Wastewater
    New Report Offers Long-Awaited Answers About Reusing Oil And Gas Industry’s Wastewater

    A new report from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board’s Produced Water Working Group indicates that oil and gas companies looking for ways to dispose of large volumes of wastewater should focus on recycling those liquids within the oil and gas fields, and not use it for irrigation or other surface applications where human and environmental exposure is a risk.

  • Will Water And Wastewater Treatment In The Oil And Gas Industry Change Under Trump?
    Will Water And Wastewater Treatment In The Oil And Gas Industry Change Under Trump?

    With the change in administration comes a potential paradox for water and wastewater treatment in the oil and gas industry: Will increased production accompanied by decreased regulations call for more treatment technology or less? Either way, the market is poised for change.

  • Oil And Water: Lessons For The Water Industry From Oil And Gas
    Oil And Water: Lessons For The Water Industry From Oil And Gas

    As water scarcity continues to be a major, ongoing challenge in the U.S., public and private sector leaders are seeking new insights on sustainable solutions. In this work, they are grappling with challenges on a scale that oil and gas organizations have been confronting for decades now. It’s understandable that stakeholders can get caught up in the tactical side of dealing with water crises — but there is also guidance to be gained by taking a high-level view.

  • The Changing Role Of Infrastructure Within The Oil And Gas Industry
    The Changing Role Of Infrastructure Within The Oil And Gas Industry

    The drop in price of a barrel of oil has had an understandable impact on major projects in the oil and gas industry. Three years ago, with crude trading above $100 a barrel, schedule was the overriding priority. As time delays were equated to lost revenue opportunity, there was less attention paid to the ultimate cost efficiency of a major project.

  • Blowback From Flowback: Push For Groundwater Alternatives
    Blowback From Flowback: Push For Groundwater Alternatives

    About 50 percent of the nation’s residents source their fresh water supply from groundwater wells, which have deteriorated throughout the U.S. over the past decade. For shallow wells, severe drought conditions have gradually depleted groundwater levels.

  • Electrocoagulation Provides Economical Solution To Oil And Gas Waste Problem
    Electrocoagulation Provides Economical Solution To Oil And Gas Waste Problem

    A new generation of electrocoagulation-based water treatment has successfully treated wastewater and effluent from a remote onshore natural gas exploration and production project with over three years of continuous operation. To compound the challenges of treating this wastewater and effluent, the unit was required to operate in an extremely environmentally sensitive environment — a pristine tropical rainforest.

  • Fighting For Florida’s Surface-Water Standards
    Fighting For Florida’s Surface-Water Standards

    Late last month, a panel of regulators appointed by Governor Rick Scott narrowly approved the first changes to Florida’s surface-water quality standards since 1992. Marked with adamant support on one side and passionate protest on the other, the sweeping amendment has left questions about how clean Florida’s water will be.

  • What To Know About The EPA’s New Effluent Guidelines
    What To Know About The EPA’s New Effluent Guidelines

    The U.S. EPA’s recently released Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan indicates the industries and pollutants that the agency has its eyes on for potential future regulation.

  • Saving Oil And Gas: Improving Profit Margins In Down Times With Innovative Water Management
    Saving Oil And Gas: Improving Profit Margins In Down Times With Innovative Water Management

    With oil prices depressed, exploration and production companies unearth the money-saving opportunities in water management planning.

  • BlueTech Forum Reveals Water Technology Future
    BlueTech Forum Reveals Water Technology Future

    Technologies which could transform the shape of the water industry of the future will be on show at the fifth BlueTech Forum, to be held in San Francisco.

  • Disruption To Growth: Navigating The Sensor Revolution
    Disruption To Growth: Navigating The Sensor Revolution

    As critical gateways to the Internet of things (IoT), sensors are sure to have a massive social and economic impact globally within the next decade.

  • Empowering Water Entrepreneurship: Nano Bubbles Make A Big Difference In Produced Water
    Empowering Water Entrepreneurship: Nano Bubbles Make A Big Difference In Produced Water

    Part two in our series on the “Pow! emPowering Opportunities in Water” competition from Veolia, The Water Council, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, takes a closer look at winning company Nano Gas Technologies, Inc.

  • Diamond Electrode Wastewater Treatment Shines Bright
    Diamond Electrode Wastewater Treatment Shines Bright

    No business wants the word "toxic" associated with its operations. The world has grown very weary (and wary) of companies that aren't environmentally responsible. So while toxic wastewater as a byproduct of mining, oil refining, or other industrial processes isn't new, the impetus to treat these streams is steadily rising.

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