inge ultrafiltration technology treats oil rig water

inge will deliver more than 600 dizzer ultrafiltration modules, based on its patented Multibore membrane, for a 62 000 m3/day ultrafiltration system. The treated seawater will be used in the oil extraction process on the drilling platform. The ultrafiltration pretreatment stage will deliver fine filtered seawater (0.01 μm) to the sulphate removal package, which will then feed the water injection pumps.

VWS Westgarth, a subsidiary of Veolia Water, is inge’s first customer from the oil production industry.

“We are tremendously proud to see a prominent and prestigious company like VWS Westgarth choosing to put its trust in our technology,” said Bruno Steis, inge CEO. “The oil and gas production industry is a strategically important market for us.”