The companies will collaborate in developing and offering integrated membrane solutions for greenfield and brownfield waterflooding projects in the upstream oil and gas industry
Water Standard Management, a global water treatment company, announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Pall Corp. The two companies will collaborate in developing and offering integrated membrane solutions for greenfield and brownfield waterflooding projects in the upstream oil and gas industry.
"We are very excited about the opportunity to work with Pall Corporation. As operators increasingly understand the benefits of waterflooding, this collaboration with Pall brings together leaders in the industry who can offer operators proven, compact water treatment solutions,” said Water Standard's CEO, Amanda Brock. “Together, we can provide an integrated membrane solution to meet clients' technical needs, even in challenging environments. Offshore space and weight constraints have often impacted an operator's ability to install waterflood systems but with these new compact systems, operators will be able to consider waterflooding to extend field life and increase productivity and profitability for many additional years."
Membrane technology has been used offshore in multiple applications for more than 25 years. Water Standard focuses on using proven membrane technology in compact configurations to meet the demands of offshore waterflood applications. Water Standard's expertise in developing compact membrane solutions, combined with Pall Corp.'s record of providing high-tech water filtration systems to the waterflood market, results in high value water treatment solutions to meet the most demanding requirements for the upstream oil and gas industry.