Projekter pr. år
One of the biggest environmental concerns in offshore oil & gas production is the quality of tremendous amounts of produced water discharged into the oceans. Today, in average three barrels of water are produced along with each barrel of oil . This concern will become more severe in the future, along with the facts that the global oil demand will continuously grow by 7 mb/d to 2020 and exceed 99 mb/d in 2035, meanwhile, many production fields turn to be matured and thereby the water flooding technology is more and more employed as a key enhanced oil recovery solution for these fields . Fig.1 Classification of typical offshore PWT technologies in terms of performance vs. cost  As shown in Fig.1, the offshore PWT technologies are classified into four categories according to their purification performance and relevant expenses . Apparently, almost 90% of offshore PWT facilities are based on the hydrocyclone technology, due to the fact that it is one of the cheapest and most reliable solution with a best performance to 20 ppm (mg/l) [9,13]. In 2013, under the partial support from the Danish Advanced Technology Fund (now called Innovation Fund), the AAU together with two Danish OG companies, Maersk Oil and Ramboll Oil & Gas A/S, launched a research project HTF-PDPWAC with total budget of 10 million dkk. One of the focuses of this project is to optimization of the de-oiling hydrocyclone performance in order to improve the produced water treatment quality without sacrificing the capacity.
|Status||Udgivet - jun. 2016|
|Begivenhed||2016 NEL Produced Water Annual Workshop - Aberdeen, Storbritannien|
Varighed: 7 jun. 2016 → 8 jun. 2016
|Workshop||2016 NEL Produced Water Annual Workshop|
|Periode||07/06/2016 → 08/06/2016|