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  1. EOR water injection's sulphate removal alternative presented

    An alternative to barium and strontium sulphate scale removal in EOR is presented in this free sulphate removal plant brochure. SRP extracts sulphates from seawater prior to EOR water injection and is cited to be “the most economical approach.” It employs FilmTec SR-90 nanofiltration membranes. They remove sulphates while leaving other salts (sodium, chloride) substantially unaffected — to maintain formation clay’s stability and permeability. A diagram depicts a typical SRP process installation. It cites 10 benefits. These include how it reduces seawater ion concentrations from around 2,500 ppm to less than 50 ppm at temperatures less than 24°C. It’s noted there is significant reduction of sulphate scale precipitation in production wells along with reduced quantity of scale inhibitor required downhole and in topsides equipment. Stringent design plus environmental criteria related to offshore platforms are also cited as met. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies 4760 World Houston Parkway, Suite 140, Houston TX 77032 For Free Sulphate Removal Literature: http://ogpe.hotims.com/r5/search.asp?action=search&s_type=rrnum&order_by=response_num&return_by_category=n&rr=271&rr=&rr= More Oil, Gas & Petrochem Equipment Issue Articles Oil, Gas & Petrochem Equipment Issue Archives View Oil and Gas Articles on PennEnergy.com

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    Tue, 31 May 2011

  2. OTC 2015: GE unveils new seawater sulfate removal membrane

    GE has unveiled at the 2015 Offshore Technology Conference a new water treatment technology for the upstream oil and gas market.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  3. Waterflood-aiding nanofiltration membranes

    NFS nanofiltration membranes are introduced for waterflood injection where they deliver sulfate rejection.

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    Mon, 29 Dec 2014

  4. XTO settles federal water pollution charges in Pennsylvania

    ExxonMobil Corp. subsidiary XTO Energy Inc. agreed to pay a $100,000 fine and to spend $20 million to improve wastewater management practices in Pennsylvania and West Virginia natural gas operations.

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    Fri, 19 Jul 2013

  1. Rockwater Energy Solutions purchases NeoHydro

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    Wed, 9 Jul 2014

  2. Baker Hughes introduces new flow assurance solution for offshore wells

    Baker Hughes has introduced its new line of Sorb Ultra solid inhibitors to help minimize the risk of interventions and lost production in offshore wells.

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    Tue, 4 Feb 2014

  3. Unconventional oil and gas: Prosecutors seek 3-year sentence in fracking case

    Prosecutors are seeking a three-year sentence for the owner of an Ohio drilling company accused of dumping brine down a storm sewer. 

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    Wed, 30 Jul 2014

  4. IAEA marks 75th anniversary of the discovery of nuclear fission

    International Atomic Energy Agency marks the 75th anniversary of the discovery of nuclear fission, celebrating the scientists who deduced the process upon which all nuclear technology depends.

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    Tue, 31 Dec 2013

  5. Oil and gas: Ohioan to be sentenced for drilling-waste dumping

    The owner of a northeast Ohio company is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court for ordering workers to dump toxic sludge and brine into a storm sewer. 

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    Tue, 5 Aug 2014

  6. Can Algae Clean Up Nuclear Waste?

    Researchers from Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory have a better understanding of a common freshwater alga and its ability to remove strontium from water. Insight into this mechanism could help scientists design methods to remove radioactive strontium from existing nuclear ...

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    Sun, 1 May 2011

  7. Chief Oil & Gas cleared of water contamination charges by Pennsylvania DEP

    The Pennsylvania DEP investigated Ms. Stroud’s well contamination claim and determined that any water well problems in her well are a result of a pre-existing condition in the area and not related to the development of the Marcellus Shale or the drilling of Chief’s Andrus well.

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    Tue, 12 Jul 2011

  8. Coal fueled power may get a major boost from new nanoparticle technology

    New technique could provide a cleaner and more efficient alternative to conventional power plants for generating electricity from the nation's vast coal reserves.

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    Online Articles

    Mon, 27 Jun 2011

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