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Water Management Techbook 2017

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14 | May 2017 | hartenergy.com WATER MANAGEMENT: KEY PLAYERS TETRA's oil separator, the mobile ORAPT system, accelerates separation with the help of a chemical. TETRA offers a variety of reusable aboveground storage options that are designed for easy assembly and relocation. The company's TETRA STEEL tech- nology uses zero-discharge Storz Couplings and is mobilized using a patented rapid deployment system (TETRA STEEL RDV), which is designed to result in faster rigup and rigdown, shorter turnaround time between jobs and improved operational performance, the company stated on its website. Veolia Veolia designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions that contribute to the sus- tainable development of communities and indus- tries, according to the company. Through its three complementary business activities, Veolia helps to develop access to resources, preserve available resources and replenish them. In 2015 the Veolia group supplied 100 million peo- ple with drinking water and 63 million people with wastewater service, produced 63 million megawatt hours of energy and converted 42.9 million metric tons of waste into new materials and energy. The company has more than 350 water technolo- gies for physical/chemical processes, biological treat- ment, anaerobic wastewater treatment, filtration and separation, extraction, evaporation and crystalliza- tion, mobile water treatment, treatment chemicals, and membrane-based solutions. The company uses its technologies to design, build and operate water treatment systems, including solu- tions custom-tailored to meet the needs of the oil and gas industry in both the upstream and downstream sectors from standard products to full-scale design- build options for water reuse, surface discharge or zero liquid discharge. According to the company's website, it provides "a consistent quality of reclaimed water that meets regulatory requirements, protects the environment and ensures long life of facility and system assets." Water Standard Water Standard provides water treatment services and products to the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry and specializes in compact modular systems and mobile onshore and offshore facilities. The company's products include produced water, fl owback and oily water treatment equipment; water- fl ooding/IOR/EOR seawater treatment systems; and units for fi ltration, desalination, softening, sulphate removal, deaeration (membrane), and ultrapure and service water production. Water Standard designs, engineers and manufac- tures various separation equipment using its Mon- arch Separators' facility for fabrication. "Monarch Separators has served the global energy industry for more than 40 years, and its produced water treatment equipment is a mainstay in the industry with more than 1,000 units installed around the world," the company said. Water Standard's compact H�Ocean Spectrum waterflood products are designed to offer flexible solutions, which can maximize oil recovery over the course of a field's life while its Membrane Deaeration (MDA) line of products is proven to reduce weight, footprint and costs for oxygen removal, the company said. It also offers the option of eliminating vacuum pumps through it MDA Torrnado products. Water Standard offers consulting, engineering, trouble shooting and operations services including feasibility, concept select and FEED design services; troubleshooting and optimization of water treatment systems; membrane autopsies and related diagnostics; membrane cleaning testing and analysis; filtration/ permeability reduction testing; cartridge filter deposit analysis; and onsite data collection. ■ Veolia's OPUS technology treats produced water at a Chevron site in California. (Photo courtesy of Veolia) A Water Standard produced water fi ltration system is shown. (Photo courtesy of Water Standard)

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