Tervita to Treat Chesapeake's Produced Utica Water
Tervita Corporation has been awarded a contract to treat Chesapeake Energy’s produced and tophole drilling water in its Utica shale production in Ohio, to help Chesapeake Energy efficiently continue its Aqua Renew program by recycling water in its operations.
"This is a great opportunity for us to partner with one of the major players in the Utica by recycling and reusing a resource as vital as water," said Phil Vogel, president, Tervita U.S., in a Dec. 5 statement. “Tervita’s water treatment capabilities and technologies, paired with our integrated service offerings, are invaluable to our customers as they continue to put more effort into responsible and sustainable resource development."
Tervita will provide Chesapeake with a water treatment facility, in Carroll County, Ohio with an option for mobile water treatment technology. Using its Hybrid Water Recycling Technology, Tervita can remove hydrocarbons and suspended solids from produced water, top-hole drilling water and well pad rain water. In addition to these services to Chesapeake Energy, Tervita can provide hardness removal, well site sludge and ponds treatment, if necessary.
Tervita can also deploy its proprietary Mobile Processing System to treat flowback and produced water by removing unwanted suspended solids, so water can be reused.
"Chesapeake Energy is pleased to select Tervita as our Utica water treatment vendor," said Tim Dugan, Chesapeake Energy district manager, Utica. "Tervita’s treatment process will provide clean water and decrease our process costs which will increase our efficiency with reusing water."
Tervita Dioxi-Treat and Tervita Dioxi-Green (Cl02) will be available to Chesapeake as a cost-effective solution to a variety of challenges encountered with oilfield waters that require treatment prior to reuse.
In addition to water treatment technologies, Tervita offers a variety of environmental solutions in the Utica and Marcellus shale play, including engineered landfills, closed-loop systems, drilling fluids services and frac tank rentals.
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