DBE’s Nanoflotation technology, using Replaceable Skin Layer Membranes (RSL™) and High Intensity Froth Flotation (HiFF), is now recognized by the California based, Katerva Awards as one of the world’s most disruptive sustainable technologies. The Katerva Awards are recognized as a precursor to the Nobel awards. In addition the China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection has rated Nanoflotation technology as one of the “top 100 Environmental Technologies in the World”.
DBE will be present at the Guangzhou Clean technology Conference (IE Expo) September 20-22, 2017 and the Oil and Gas Equipment Exhibition in Xinjiang September 1-3 2017.
DBE has commenced, with Purlucid Treatment Systems Inc (PTS) in Calgary, the development of the $16 million project to use the Nanoflotation technology and particularly the RSL™ membranes to replace the conventional warm or hot lime softening process typically used for SAGD oil operations. In addition the project will also apply the RSL™ membranes as an inline high pressure , high temperature treatment system to remove Oil and Silica from produced waters so that they can be directly injected into the OSTG boilers for steam production. The RSL™ membranes will also be used to treat evaporator and boiler blow down waters to remove Silica.
DBE has just completed numerous trials of the treatment of produced water from conventional oil and gas and metal finishing and etching facilities. The pilot tests were very successful. DBE is also undertaking work with PTS in Calgary on lithium extraction from oil and gas produced waters. The RSL™ membranes are key to this process.
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