November 18, 2013
Shale Play Water Management Dallas, Texas
Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. announced today that the Company will display and demonstrate its line of Voraxial® Separators at the 4th Annual Shale Play Water Management Southern States Initiative 2013: The Latest Treatment Pilots, Sourcing Strategies & Transport Plans From Southern States Shale Plays, on November 19-20th, 2013 in Dallas, Texas.
This is the only congress focused entirely on optimizing water management within the Southern State shale plays. The initiative brings together leading operators to evaluate water recycling programs, find the most effective chemical treatment methods for produced water and strategies for innovative water sourcing, transportation, storage and disposal options.
The Voraxial Separator’s unique benefits, which include small footprint, low energy requirements, high separation efficiencies, ease of installation and operation and no pressure drop requirement, enhances the operator’s wastewater management process while decreasing acquisition, installation and operation costs. Since the Voraxial® is compact, complete turnkey systems can be supplied to treat a variety of fluid streams both in remote and centrally located facilities.
EVTN is deploying units for the shale sector for liquid/liquid, liquid/solid and liquid/liquid/solid separation. In addition to the hydraulic fracturing sector, EVTN is also receiving increase number of inquiries from other sectors including tar sands, produced water, oil spill and refinery applications.
Successfully recycling produced water on a large scale and cost-effectively obtaining high volumes of frac water from sources that are not used by municipal or agricultural demand is the objective of most completions teams in Southern States shale plays such as the Eagle Ford, Tuscaloosa, Woodford and Mississippi Lime.
With the water consumption of a single Eagle Ford shale well, being estimated at six million gallons and drought conditions in the South continuing to put pressure on existing water supplies, water is easily the most competitive resource when it comes to completions.
Faced with a growing variety of chemical and technical treatment options for produced water recycling, water management continues to come at a high cost to operators. Expenditure on water transportation, handling, storage and disposal also represents a dramatic percentage of overall water management costs and if operators want to remain economic, striving to optimize procedures while ensuring the safe handling of water at every step is critical. Of course, as well as the technical and logistical challenges, a large part of optimization involves remaining abreast of regulatory developments to ensure proactive solutions are devised for safe handling, storage and disposal. www.shale-play-water-management-2013.com
EVTN will display various models of its Voraxial® Separator. The Voraxial® 4000 generates 2000 “G” Force, and can handle flow rates ranging from 100-500GPM. EVTN will also showcase its Voraxial® 2000 Separator (flows ranging from 20-60GPM), and Voraxial® 8000 Separator (flows ranging from 1000-5000GPM).
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ABOUT ENVIRO VORAXIAL TECHNOLOGY
EVTN is the developer and manufacturer of the Voraxial® Separator, a unique, patented in-line turbo-separator that provides a cost effective method to efficiently separate large volumes of solids and liquids with different specific gravities and without the need of a pressure drop. The Voraxial® provides highly efficient bulk separation while requiring less space, energy and weight than conventional separators processing the same volume. The Voraxial® is capable of simultaneously separating up to three components, such as oil, water and sand. The Voraxial® can be used as a stand-alone separator or incorporated with other equipment to provide a complete turnkey solution that allows customers to treat a variety of fluid streams while reducing treatment cost and increasing separation efficiency.
The separation market encompasses a series of multibillion dollar segments, spread globally across many industries and applications. EVTN continues to pursue the oil & gas industry but is also processing proposals from other industries such as mining, food processing, manufacturing and oil spill industries. EVTN owns significant IP surrounding the Voraxial® and has new innovations under development. Please see www.evtn.com for additional information.
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Safe Harbor Disclosure -- This Release contains or incorporates by reference "forward-looking statements," including certain information with respect to plans and strategies of Enviro Voraxial® Technology, Inc. For this purpose, any statements regarding this announcement, which are not purely historical, are forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including Enviro Voraxial® Technology, Inc. beliefs, expectations, hopes or intentions regarding the future. All forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and based on information available to Enviro Voraxial® Technology, Inc. as of such date. There are a number of important factors that could cause actual events or actual results of Enviro Voraxial® and its subsidiaries to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements.
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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