Oil and gas producers can reportedly “greatly reduce the impact of oil and gas waste on the environment” with newly developed Trilogy System technology.
Developed in collaboration with Utah State University’s Research Foundation Energy Dynamics Lab researchers, Trilogy allows oil and gas producers an “on-site solution for air emissions and waste water.” It offers an economic incentive to producers as it also reduces environmental impact.
The system comprises zero air shed potential (ZAP) waste water disposal, air emissions scrubbing and evaporation, plus combined heat and power generation. These features turn waste heat into reusable power.
On-site Trilogy restores oil and gas production waste water to better than drinking water standards: 268 ppm v. 350 ppm. It also reduces VOCs by 99% and provides HEPA-quality air filtration.
This company has also engineered a process to convert recycled power into a clean, commercial viable product. The power can be loaded into a power grid for sale on the wholesale market, or used to power various initiatives, notes the developer.
Vital Vu remote data-tracking feature is also available to remotely measure water, oil, and condensate levels at the wellhead or pad location.
Complete Trilogy System and related information is available free upon request.
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