eProcess Technologies, cyclone based technologies in the oil & gas industry, including oil and water treatment, solids handling and gas liquid separation
eProcess Technologies staff have had many years expereince with cyclone based technologies in the oil & gas industry, including oil and water treatment, solids handling and gas liquid separation. Our staff have expereince working with major international oil companies, and have held senior management positions in engineering consultancy and equipment service companies in the USA, Australia and Asia. They have been involved in all aspects of the process separation technologies business from concept engineering, product development, field testing and commissioning, project management and supply of integrated process packages, to marketing and sales. Our staffs expertise has revolved around a number of significant “firsts” with liquid-liquid hydrocyclone technologies in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. This includes the commissioning of the first multi-barrel water treatment hydrocyclone vessel arrangement in the Middle East, which allowed for a significant decrease in the size and weight, and a significant increase in the systems flexibility. They were involved with the testing of the first high efficiency small hydrocyclone including evaluations in natural pressure drive systems offshore, and onshore pumped applications. They were also involved in the first use of hydrocyclone technology in dehydrating applications including the first field trials in Australia and the USA, and invented PACS (Packaged Active Cyclone Systems) which allows infinite on-line turndown of hydrocyclone systems. eProcess staff have been involved in the development and commercialization of solid liquid cyclones specifically for the oil & gas industry. This included conventional solids removal from water streams, to the R&D work undertaken on the removal of solids from multiphase fluid streams with the wellhead desander technology. Recent work has focused on the design integration of cyclonic and conventional gravity based separation equipment to provide a total systems separation solution which is flexible, compact, and highly effective, at a lower capital and operating cost.
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