ProSep has successfully secured a contract with Aker Solutions to provide two MAX+ ProSalt™ mixers to Equinor’s Heimdal Gas Centre Platform in the North Sea.
The installation of ProSep’s proprietary mixers will allow production to resume from the Vale gas and condensate field by reducing the amount of salt present during the downstream processing stages. Vale is a satellite installation connected to the Heimdal platform by a 16.5-kilometre pipeline.
ProSep held their semi-annual Strategy and Technical Session in Houston.
The session kicked off with two inspiring keynote speeches from Ryan Gurney, Managing Partner at Cottonwood Venture Partners and Anthony Thomas, SVP Ringer Gloves. More than ten of the team prepared and presented their high-quality strategic recommendations by product and region.
Adding a little bit of friendly competition to the meeting, the stellar content and delivery of the presentations made it so hard for everyone to judge and select the winner of the best presentation that three first prize winners were awarded to Caleb Smathers, Nicole Miles, and Brenton Hughes!
We now look forward to implementing our new strategy to further develop our business and continue delivering world-class solutions to our clients!
We are delighted to share that the start of Q2 has been fantastic! – four POs totaling close to $2 MM for the delivery of nine mixers have been secured in the last six weeks.
The diversity of applications (and geography) of these mixers: Midstream Gas Treatment/LNG (USA onshore), Upstream Desalting (North Sea), Midstream Oil Treatment (US Onshore), and Upstream Desalting (South America) points to solidification of current focus and opening up new frontiers for our high-efficiency mixing solutions.
In addition, we have also secured two additional purchase orders for our market leading produced water treatment technologies in North Africa (TORR trial) and Australia (Osorb Media System FEED work).
Watch out for more information on these projects soon!
ProSep is proud to feature in the latest edition of Hydrocarbon Engineering, John Sabey, CTO discusses how injection mixers can be optimized to target the root causes of overhead corrosion.
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Next to be profiled in our ‘Meet the Expert’ feature is Sr. Project Engineer, Rafael Ramirez.
How long have you been with ProSep?
I have been working for ProSep five years.
What does your role entail?
As the project manager, I keep projects on the right track by interacting both with the internal team and clients; bringing rationale to expenses, urgency to timelines and fulfilment of customers’ expectations.
What’s the most exciting project you’ve worked on?
I have worked on many projects throughout my career, and recently, one of the most interesting projects I have had the pleasure of working on was a produced water treatment plant in a joint venture with a company from The Netherlands. It was our first commercial unit for tertiary water separation using our proprietary Osorb Media System (OMS) to help a natural gas producer in the Mediterranean Sea to treat 5,000 BWPD from 100 ppm to 15 ppm of dispersed oil concentration, as well as 150 to 500 ppm of BTEX soluble components to 5 ppm concentration levels respectively. I also enjoyed working with stakeholders that were very engaged to the success of this 202 Ton skidded package. It was such a joy to be able to see a project this size from start to finish. I really learned a lot about virtual teamwork, communication, perseverance, and the importance of consistency.
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ProSep has optimized its ECLIPSE mixing technology to address specific geographical market needs. ProSep’s patented eClip Mixers provide chemical savings in a compact, easy-to-install, and cost-effective product.
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ProSep’s water management capability has been profiled in the latest edition of E&P Magazines Water Management Techbook. Identified as one of the key players in water management ProSep provides solutions that meet or exceed regulatory and/or other operational requirements, such as reinjection and EOR.
ProSep’s produced water treatment system helps operators manage and treat produced water streams. The company’s technologies include TORR, CTour Process and Osorb Media Systems.
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The driving force behind ProSep’s success and its innovative solutions is undoubtedly its people. In our new ‘Meet the Expert’ feature, find out more about our team and their roles at ProSep.
How long have you been with ProSep?
I have been with ProSep for almost 4.5 years
What does your role entail?
My main responsibility as Process Engineer is leading the process design of ProSep’s proprietary oil and gas treatment systems. Other responsibilities include reviewing clients’ requests for quotation (RFQ) documents, developing optimized process and technical solutions, delivering technical and commercial proposals and working together with other groups internally and externally to ensure projects run smoothly from beginning to end. I am also heavily involved in product research and development to look at ways to improve efficiency and performance.
What is the most exciting project you have worked on?
It is a project we completed in 2018. We were contacted to supply our inline mixing unit for LPG injection to increase BTU value of the vaporized liquid natural gas. This was one of the most comprehensive projects I have ever participated in which included the initial process design; computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis to provide guidance for design optimization; pilot scale field testing proving the optimized design along with the CFD results and the final technical solution covering a broad range of process conditions. We finally secured the PO for this project after a side-by-side competition with an industry giant who is well known in this area. It was a career highlight to open a new market for our highly efficient inline mixing technology and I am so proud to have been part of that.
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Listen to the latest World Oil podcast hosted by Jim Watkins where Caleb Smathers and Greg Hallahan discuss the successful development process of ProSep’s Osorb Media System (OMS) for cleaner water. The episode discusses the technology while highlighting the challenges encountered, such as functional and inertial challenges, and how these were overcome.
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