Earlier this month Jereh Group attended CIPPE 2015 (the 15th China International Petroleum & Petrochemical Technology and Equipment Exhibition). On the first day of the exhibition, Jereh launched its Integrated Oilfield Environmental Solution, which won the CIPPE Innovation Gold Award by showcasing green thinking for oil and gas development in a safe and eco-friendly way.
Jereh’s Integrated Oilfield Environmental Solution
Compared with conventional methods, Jereh’s Integrated Oilfield Environmental Solution adopts thermal desorption technology for high-efficient separation of solid and fluid, ensuring treating performance of no more than 0.022% TPH rate of treated solid, while traditional methods can only achieve a TPH rate of 5% and require a burning phase, resulting in un-recovery of oil in solids and more discharge of pollutants and toxic emissions. The treated waste can be recycled in cement manufacturing and other construction material producing, and around 90 - 95% of base oil from the waste can be redeployed directly as drilling fluid in the drilling operation, maximising the resources to create economic returns for customers. Moreover, there is no additional water or additives during the treatment and no emission of toxic pollutants.
With leading edges in equipment manufacturing, Jereh adopts modularised, skid-mounted design, taking only 2 days for onsite fabrication. The mobility and flexibility features ensure minimised transportation cost and fast redeployment. In addition, equipped with Jereh intelligent control system, the solution can achieve an efficient, centralised treatment with remote monitoring and data acquisition with treatment capacity of 8 tph per unit.
Environmental concerns strike a chord
The solution attracted lots of visitors at the exhibition and has gained significant attentions from the in the oil and gas industry. Environment concerns everyone, and Jereh will work together with the global oil and gas partners to change those risks into profits, and contribute to a greener world for generations.
Adapted from various sources by Cecilia Rehn