TWMA has been contracted by BP to supply drilling waste processing at a large-scale oil and fuel undertaking in Egypt. TWMA stated in a media assertion that the worth tag for the job is as much as $15 million.
The drilling waste administration specialist stated it should make the most of its RotoMill drill cuttings processing expertise to course of all drilling waste generated from BP’s WND & END exploration and growth undertaking within the Mediterranean Sea. Anticipated to last as long as 5 years, work will start in October this yr, the corporate stated.
Chosen for its environmental advantages, the RotoMill makes use of a technique of thermal desorption to separate drill cuttings and related supplies into their three constituent elements: oil, water and solids, for recycling and reuse, TWMA famous. The corporate stated its precision gear establishes optimum temperatures to make sure that recovered base oil retains its full unique high quality and might be reused within the drilling mud system.
“This contract is a testomony to the lasting relationship we now have constructed with BP since we started working with them in 2005. Having confirmed our capabilities all through our North African operations, we have been chosen because the trusted contractor to help this undertaking primarily based on the standard efficiency we now have constantly delivered,” Abdelrahman Amin, normal supervisor for TWMA Egypt, stated.
“The environmental advantages related to this expertise have been an vital consider securing this award. BP are all the time keen to make sure their undertaking’s environmental affect is stored to a minimal. By using the RotoMill on this operation, BP can get well and reuse invaluable base oil of their drilling system, delivering each environmental and industrial worth to their operation,” he added.
TWMA’s newest deal marks one other contract award for the corporate the place its RotoMill expertise will probably be utilized. The enterprise revealed earlier this yr that it had secured a “seven-figure contract with a significant North Sea oil and fuel operator” together with the deployment of its RotoMill tech.
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