Water Treatment: Freshening up - towards zero discharge
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Water Treatment: Freshening up - towards zero discharge

03 June 2016

They say oil and water don’t mix. But in the face of increasingly stringent environmental legislation, efficient water treatment is of vital importance in oil and gas production both on- and offshore. Furthermore, there are significant challenges in terms of dealing with water scarcity; increasing volumes of produced water, particularly in mature fields; and development of new oil extraction techniques.

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First published in Petroleum Review in June 2016.
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