Bacterial and Polymer Remediation for the Oil and Gas Industry

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AquaMost is focused on providing bacterial and polymer remediation for the oil and gas industry. Its advanced technology delivers these benefits without the use of chemical feedstocks at competitive prices.

The company’s systems use patented technology that combines catalyst plates, pulsed electricity and UV light to destroy a wide variety of bacteria and polymers in water. It delivers excellent, environmentally friendly remediation results at competitive prices.

AquaMost Bacterial Treatment:

For all phases of hydraulic fracturing.

Highly effective bacteria elimination. Kills 99.9% of all bacteria present in injection fluid makeup, flowback or produced water.

Dramatically low operator costs for killing bacteria – as low as 10 cents per barrel.

High flow rates. Scalable to cost effectively meet any size needs with these highly effective kill rates.

Uses no chemical feedstocks or biocides to achieve 99.9% kill rates.

Easy, modular installation. This advanced technology system is available as a standalone unit or in a mobile container depending on operator requirements. It can be plumbed as a component in a treatment train or as a standalone bacteria remediation solution.

AquaMost Polymer Remediation:

Reduces polymers in EOR produced water.

Reduces viscosity in Post EOR water to less than 2 cP. The AquaMost system has proven highly effective at breaking down polymers from as high as 20 cP to less than 2 cP at full production speeds.

Dramatically low operator costs for polymer remediation – less than 10 cents per barrel. Half the costs of other methods.

High flow rates. AquaMost I/O flow rates in a single trailer are 10bpm (13.7 kbpd).

Easy, modular installation. This advanced technology system is available as a standalone unit or in a mobile container depending on operator requirements. It can be plumbed as a component in a treatment train or as a standalone polymer remediation solution.

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