BIG D NOW OFFERS THE MOST INNOVATIVE, CHEMICAL DRIVEN PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF FLOWBACK AND PRODUCED WATER FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
With our recent acquisition of both straightforward and fully automated NAP Water Treatment systems, we are now able to offer our clients a low cost, high volume option for treating up to 50,000 BPD. These mobile units feature a minimal footprint and can treat produced or flowback water as well as treating water “on the fly” for frac jobs.
Our patented mobile water treatment systems are designed to allow you to economically remediate your highly toxic flowback and salty produced water and bring them to a quality standard that ranges from simple reuse all the way to surface discharge.
With our range of environmentally-friendly chemicals, the oil and gas industry can now operate drilling rigs safer, cleaner and more cost effectively.
|Total Suspended Solids||mg/l||2,390||44.9||98.1%|
|Oil and Grease||mg/l||27,000||<5.49||99.9%|
Reinjection for disposal
Injection of clean brine protects the integrity of the injection wells
Estimated oil recovery ranging from 2-7%
Lower overall operating costs
Clean brine may reduce the use of fresh water during fracking operations
Lower operating costs for fresh water, transportation, disposal, etc.
Less environmental impact
Reinjection for waterflooding
Injection of clean brine protects the integrity of the formation
Alternative for traditional oil/water separation facilities
Capable of handling oil concentration up to 25% oil to water
WITHIN THIS ROBUST PROCESS, NAP TECHNOLOGY
Removes total suspended solids, metals and heavy metals
Oxidizes hydrogen sulfide
Breaks down residual polymers
Destabilized dissolved organics
How does this work?
Step 1: Chemical Injection
NAP uses only non-hazardous, non-DOT regulated chemicals in all operations
The equipment allows the use of up to six different chemicals in the process, depending on the properties of the water to be treated
Step 2: Dissolved Air Flotation
Acceleration of oil/water by injecting microscopic air bubbles to the water
Skim separated oil from the water surface
Allows 99% and up recovery of free and emulsified oil in water
Polypropylene design of the unit provides resistance against corrosion
Separated oil is skimmed off of the surface of the DAF tank
Water is then drawn from the middle of the tank to a separate compartment within the DAF
Step 3: Water Filtration
Submicron multimedia filter
Effluent water turbidity below 5 NTU (comparable to drinking water)
Total solids removal 98% and up
Oil and grease removal 99.9%
Turbidity below 5 NTU
No presence of H2S in the influent/effluent sample
Oil recovery 99% and up