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Exterran secures produced water contract in the Permian

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Exterran Corporation, a global systems and process company offering solutions in the oil, gas, water and power markets, has announced its Water Solutions business has secured a significant produced water treatment contract with a major operator in the Midland area of the Permian basin.

Exterran secures produced water contract in the Permian

The 30 000 barrels of water-per-day (bwpd) treatment system includes the removal of oil-in-water, suspended solids and iron. Offered as a turnkey package, the provided solution also includes accessories, manpower, and remote monitoring and reporting of water treatment data. The contract follows a successful three-month pilot in late 2018, where Exterran met or exceeded oil-in-water, suspended solids and iron outlet performance levels.

Todd Kirk, Director of Water at Exterran, said: “Over the past two decades, we have had many successful produced water operations around the world in over a dozen countries. These include a wide range of unique solutions designed to help meet any customer need from small mobile units that are lightweight, easy to ship, install and start-up to handling over a million bwpd of produced water at large processing facilities.

“Customers appreciate our expertise, efficiency and operational excellence. By partnering with a turnkey produced water specialist like Exterran, operators not only get a reliable portfolio of technologies, but also a team of experts to solve their water challenges and support them at a moment’s notice. Facility simplification, data acquisition, AI and experienced technicians help to solve manpower limitations in the basin and improve operations efficiency.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/29052019/exterran-secures-water-treatment-contract-in-the-permian/

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