January 15, 2014
Voraxial® Featured at Produced Water Society 24th Annual Seminar
Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announced today that Transeparation, Inc. has been invited as a guest speaker to the 24th Annual Produced Water Society Seminar, scheduled for January 14-16th, 2014, in Houston, Texas. Transeparation, an Engineering firm based in Argentina, will discuss the successful installation of the Voraxial® Separator at its customer’s onshore production facility in Argentina.
The Voraxial® Separator’s unique benefits, including small footprint, low energy requirements, high separation efficiencies and ease of installation and operation enables operators to achieve efficient separation in a very cost-effective manner. The Voraxial® doesn't require a pressure drop, allowing it to be easily retrofitted into an existing system.
“The separation performance and benefits of the Voraxial® helps operators achieve quality separation and in the process reduce their operating costs,” said Federico Gayosos, CEO of Transeparation. “The increasing volume of produced water is a significant issue facing the oil industry. The ability to separate a high flow with a small footprint and without a pressure drop is extremely valuable to the operators.”
About Transeparation: Transeparation is an Argentinean firm with international background based on many years of experience in design and operation for upstream and downstream facilities. Transeparation main skills and expertise in upstream processes include crude oil dehydration and desalting, produced water treatment, slop oil and slop water treatment, solid cleaning and removal plants, gas processing and compression.
The company developed their own proprietary software for process units and internal designs certified by field and performance tests. Transeparation’s capabilities include dynamic simulation and CFD modelling for process optimization for new or revamped units.
About EVTN: Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB “EVTN”) www.EVTN.com is the Fort Lauderdale, Florida based developer and manufacturer of the Voraxial® Separator, arguably the world's most efficient, high volume fluid and fluid/solid separation technology. The separation market encompasses a series of multi-billion dollar segments, spread globally across many industries and applications.
As the developer of this dramatically superior, extensively patented separation technology, the economic implications for EVTN should be significant. EVTN’s Voraxial® separation systems have completed projects with many of the world’s top industrial companies, including ConocoPhillips, Cameco, Repsol, US Navy and Transocean.
EVTN was originally founded as a high precision aerospace manufacturer that built the gyro platforms for the Hubble space telescope as well as missile and satellite components. It re-invested its profits along with equity investors (that include two European Intuitions) toward the development of the Voraxial® Separator. The Voraxial® is now successfully commercialized and is the exclusive focus of EVTN’s business. EVTN owns significant IP surrounding the Voraxial® and has new innovations under development to enhance its potentially market dominant technology.
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The Voraxial®, combined with other equipment - below - is a compact turnkey solution installed on an offshore FPSO.
The Voraxial® is separating oil and sand at a rate of up to 15,000 barrels/ day with a discharge of <10ppm and without a pressure loss.
Fluid pressure is approximately 150psi. The customer can not afford to lose any fluid pressure in completing the separation.
The Voraxial® 4000 Separator above processes up to 17,000 barrels per day separating solids and oil. The Voraxial® is installed via a flange connection within the customers' existing pipeline. The fluid pressure is approximately 20-35psi.
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