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27 May 2014

Thermtech to Appear at Global Petroleum Show in Canada

thermomechanical cuttings cleaner (TCC) for the treatment of cuttings from oil and synthetic-based drilling mud

Norwegian technology and knowledge company Thermtech will be exhibiting its thermomechanical cuttings cleaner (TCC) for the treatment of cuttings from oil and synthetic-based drilling mud at Global Petroleum Show from 10 to 12 June in Stampede Park, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The TCC can treat various kinds of oily waste, drilling waste, drilling fluids and slops from wells, bottom tank sludge, production pits, etc. The TCC operates both onshore and offshore. The treatment with the TCC represents the best commercial option since the TCC is able to recover the high value components of the waste, with the same characteristics of the original components. In the case of drilling waste, the recovered base oil will have the same value of the original base oil, and this oil may therefore pay for a significant part of the costs related to the treatment. The TCC can have different treatment capacities, different power drive and can be designed for an indoor installation in a plant or as mobile unit.

To know more about Thermtech’s technology, please visit booth 2590 in the Corral at the Calgary’s Global Petroleum Show.

thermomechanical cuttings cleaner
Thermtech set the global standard for the treatment of oily waste; from drilling operations, like cuttings and slops, to refinery sludge and production pits.
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