With decreasing access to water supplies and increased regulations around water use and handling, today’s oil & gas companies are looking for innovative ways to manage water, both in upstream, midstream and downstream operations. For the past seven years, WaterTectonics has focused on bringing new technologies to the oil & gas industry that have the capability to eliminate trucking costs, enhance production yields, reduce disposal costs, and mitigate environmental risks. Our technical team has a deep understanding of produced and flow back water chemistry and can help you design and integrate the right combination of technologies for your needs. In addition, we have broad experience scaling solutions to deliver both mobile and permanent assets for centralized water processing.
Every year, over 900,000 wells generate approximately 21 billion barrels of produced water. Today, much of this water is sent to deep well injection. WaterTectonics is developing facilities to treat this water and provide long-term, beneficial recycling of produced water for oil & gas or agricultural reuse. Treatment operations will scale to match effluent quality to user requirements for clean brine, blended water, fresh water or custom water needs.
Do you have a challenging site or project but are unsure about deploying new technology? WaterTectonics provides scaled pilot equipment and turnkey field service on a project basis to fit your needs with feasibility demonstrations. During the pilot, our field service team will work with you to ensure comprehensive performance validation and operations monitoring to ensure accurate full-scale modeling.
WaterTectonics has partnered with OmWater, in a joint venture called WaterTectonics Middle East, to provide water treatment technology and services in Oman, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia. WaterTectonics Middle East will leverage existing WaterTectonics technologies and will also support the development of new technologies for addressing the specific challenges faced by GCC countries with regard to water treatment, reuse, and discharge.