Tank-To-Tank | Mobile Produced Water Recycling | Case Study
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Produced water from seven wells is pumped to an above ground storage tank (AST). The produced water settles and the water quality equalizes. It is next transferred from the AST storage tank and pumped through the chemical addition skid, and then the water is filtered through the SCOUT.
The purpose of chemical addition is to precipitate iron and agglomerate any suspended solids, iron and oil, which will be removed by the SCOUT.
Hydrogen peroxide and a high molecular weight anionic polymer are added.
The SCOUT then processes the fluid and provides clean recycled water, which is transferred to an adjacent 500,000 barrel above ground storage tank for use in the next frac.
Considering all the process factors and varying contaminated water, the SCOUT, with upstream water conditioning tanks, is the lowest cost solution to treat produced and flowback water and meets your critical KPI requirements and provide clean, recycled frac-grade water for reuse.