Heavy Oil Projects
FULL WATER RECYCLE FACILITY DESIGN DETAILS
Expanding on Propak’s successful SAGD projects, Propak has completed a design for a 5,000 bbl/d full water recycle facility. The engineering process involved evaluating and redesigning the de-oiling and water treatment process areas to implement produced water recycle capabilities. This redesign work was completed maintaining Propak’s successful philosophies for standardization and modularization. A design was developed achieving the level of definition required to propose a Lump Sum EPFC solution.
PARTIAL WATER RECYCLE SYSTEM
Propak completed an addition to an 8,000 bbl/d SAGD CPF, built previously by Propak in Saskatchewan, to allow the recycle of a portion of the produced water associated with thermal oil production.
Propak integrated a system consisting of electrocoagulation, water clarification, and filtration technologies, along with other ancillary equipment, into the produced water handling system of Propak’s modular facility. Provisions for this expansion were included in the initial project development stages allowing for this equipment to be easily installed on site.