Chevron contracts for Jack/St. Malo produced water treatment

Offshore staff

ATLANTA, Georgia – MyCelx has contracted to supply Chevron USA with a produced water treatment system for Jack/St. Malo to remove oil and water soluble organics to less than 10 ppm. The design requirements for the Jack/St. Malo floating production facility calls for an overboard discharge limit lower than the current EPA limit of 29 ppm,

The system will be designed to treat 70,000 b/d of water.

04/25/2011



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