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This webinar will provide an introduction to the growing challenges of produced water treatment for the upstream oil industry in the context of maturing fields, enhanced oil recovery methods, and more stringent environmental legislation. The webinar will cover typical technologies deployed as primary, secondary, and tertiary stages with outline of their principles of operation and performance, also incorporating a brief overview of some of the common materials of construction and the factors influencing their selection.
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12:00 - Webinar Programme
07:00 New York
16:30 New Delhi
12:00 BST Webinar begins
12:40 BST Q&A
13:00 BST Webinar ends
Padrig O’Hara: Project Specialist, Amazon Filters
Padrig is a mechanical engineer with 15 years’ experience of filtration and separation in process industries gained working in sales and applications roles, starting out in the sector with SPX corporation, then for the last 9 years at Amazon Filters Ltd, currently as a project specialist. Most of his experience has come in the oil & gas industry where he has supported new build projects and ongoing operations for oil majors worldwide.
Padrig’s areas of expertise include technology selection and process design of filter and coalescer systems, and their optimisation and trouble shooting in service, along with mechanical design and materials specification of associated pressure systems.
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