Check out our CEO, Mahesh Konduru, sharing his views with Oil & Gas Vision TV. In the interview Mahesh discusses the importance of continuing to invest in technology through the downturn and how this strategy is allowing ProSep to be well positioned for the future.
Norway, the country where their mixer technology was invented, is a key growth market for ProSep. hashtag#ONS is a great platform for growth and an opportunity to consolidate the position of the business.
ProSep announced in January 2018 that it would supply (3) ProSalt units to Statoil Petroleum (Statoil) for the Johan Castberg field development project, located on the Norwegian continental shelf in the Barents Sea. The Johan Castberg project was notably the biggest offshore oil and gas development in 2017, with an estimated cost of approximately NOK 49 billion. The ProSalt technology with MAX+ mixers will provide Statoil with efficient usage of wash water and chemicals, while also providing an opportunity to reduce injection volumes of both ProSep’s mixers have been designed and fabricated to desalt the oil by mixing it with injected wash water in two different stages as follows: first stage – downstream of inlet/test separators, and second stage – downstream of stabilization separator. Our team has had tremendous success in executing the project’s lifecycle and we’re pleased to share that it was completed on time and within budget! in comparison to conventional mixing technologies.
Featured in the Journal of Petroleum Technology, Caleb J. Smathers, Tommie Jackson, Scott Buckwald, Raul Gonzalo and Ryan McPherson speak to some of the challenges that today’s operators are facing with produced-water management. Fortunately, new water treatment technologies and developments in conventional treatment methods offer a means to solve these problems in managing produced water volumes.
As featured in the May 2018 issue of Oilfield Technology, Mahesh Konduru, CEO of ProSep, discusses how far digitisation and digitalisation have come in creating value within oilfield services. This article focuses on how far the OFS segment has come along with digitization and digitalization by examining each function including sales, marketing, engineering, design, accounting/finance, operations and service.
Congratulations to the ProSep team for receiving the Certificate of Recognition for our contribution as a technical presenter (Caleb Smathers received the recognition as the lead author) and to Ryan McPherson for receiving a Token of Appreciation Award recognizing his superb participation during the technical sessions at the 2018 SPE-KSA Annual Technical Symposium & Exhibition. Both awards highlight the excellent work our team has accomplished for their presentations on the successful performance of the Osorb Media System (OMS), which reduces the dissolve hydrocarbons in produced water to less than 5 ppm.
ProSep was recently notified that its proprietary mixing technology has been granted another U.S. patent for the blending of two distinct API crude multiphase process flows to create a consistent homogenous single API blend for easier downstream processing. The Enhanced Blending System (EBS) includes sampling, monitoring, and control of the individual and commingled flows in order to consistently deliver a homogeneous API. The advantages to the customer include upgrading a heavy crude to a more readily process medium grade crude, reduction in diluent light crude required to meet the desire medium crude specification, lower density and viscosity for ease of pumping long distances, and accurate, timely API and BS&W readings for the commingled stream.
ProSep is enhancing Ekofisk’s water stream with a CTour produced water treatment package, which uses existing gas condensate combined with ProSep’s high-efficiency mixers to enhance oil and water separation.
Click here to read the feature article on E&P Magazine online and learn more on how successful pilot tests led to the installation of a full-scale system that is still in operation.
We are proud to announce that ProSep is ISO 9001:2015 certified! This allows us to keep up with latest industry standards and to ensure we are providing the best in class technology solutions to our customers in the upstream, downstream and midstream sectors. Click on the image to learn more.
In the September issue of Hydrocarbon Processing, Gregory Hallahan and Caleb Smathers, ProSep, and Jeff Myers, Williams Company, weigh in on the effective removal of BTEX from rich water to reduce the concentration of BTEX in reclaimed methanol using a new media system. Click on the image to read the article and learn how ProSep demonstrated BTEX reduction with Williams.
APRIL 25, 2017 (HOUSTON) – ProSep, the industry-leading technology and service provider for integrated process solutions, today announced the opportunity to experience four (4) of the company’s innovative technologies at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, May 1-4, booth #7234.
Live demonstrations of the AIM, MAX, TORR, and Osorb® Media technologies will be provided by Caleb Smathers, Sr. Product Development Engineer for ProSep. Gregory Hallahan, Director of Product Development will be on site to answer questions.
“ProSep’s arsenal of proprietary mixer and Osorb technologies have been addressing challenging problems faced globally by oil and gas operators,” said Hallahan. “We are inviting everyone to join us to witness these best-in class technologies in action first hand at OTC.”
Full demonstration schedule:
Tuesday, May 2
Wednesday, May 3
The featured technologies include:
AIM, or Annual Injection Mixer: The patented design of the AIM creates intense, balanced turbulence in the mixer for optimized utilization of momentum transfer, measure as pressure drops across the AIM.
MAX, or Multiphase Adjustable Extreme Mixer: The design of the MAX is distinct compared to other mixing technologies such as globe valves and static mixers because it provides homogenous, high-efficiency mixing regardless of the process flowrate.
Osorb® Media: Osorb Media is both an adsorbent and absorbent, using a unique matrix structure and intermolecular interactions to capture hydrocarbons and organics without the creation of any permanent chemical bonds.
TORR™: The TORR coalescing technology, with its small footprint and ability to replace less efficient oil removal equipment, is a scalable technology that addresses future increases in water cut for offshore operators.
“These technologies are proven and have helped leading global energy producers save critical operating expenses, improve reliability, and meet local regulations by reducing chemical and water consumption by up to 50%, saving millions of gallons of water per year, and removing harmful contaminants – all with favorable payback periods.,” added Smathers. “We encourage everyone to attend and experience our technologies firsthand, and listen to case studies from our global operations.”
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