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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Schlumberger introduces mobile ClearPhase

Schlumberger said May 3 that it has released its ClearPhase mobile testing discharge treatment. This new system, designed specifically for well testing, provides onsite discharge treatment and real-time monitoring with an auditable record of output quality. “ClearPhase recovers residual oil to reduce oil-in-water concentration to less than 20 ppm and helps our clients get more out of their well test,” said Shehryar Lodhi, marketing manager, Schlumberger Testing Services. “This unique treatment service gives operators the freedom to test in environmentally sensitive areas.” ClearPhase handles water flow rates to 5,000 barrels per day, is rated for H2S service and is qualified to 212 degrees F and 150 psi. For added safety, the self-contained pressurized system does not require gas venting while testing. If necessary, fluids can be redirected back into the system to meet the most stringent compliance requirements. For more informa



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