FULL COMMERCIALISATION GRANT FROM INOVATION NORWAY
Norwegian Process Services AS, a subsidiary of Norwegian Technology AS, was awarded a full commercialisation grant from Innovation Norway on the 9th of October.
Our business idea has been recognized as significantly new in today’s market. We have plans and ambitions for substantial growth both in Norway and internationally.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Norwegian Technology as is a solution provider for:
Waste water - Sludge/mud - Solids treatment
We work in three main areas:
OIL AND GAS WASTE TREATMENT
The daughter company Norwegian Recycling Services is dedicated to develop a complete waste handling system for the oil and gas industry. The treatment system is named ”Golden Standard” and is designed to set a new standard with respect to waste handling and treatment on drillings rigs.
Core treatment of wastewater. Today reckoned as BAT and industry standard.
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MUNICIPAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT
The daughter company of Norwegian Technology (NT) – Norwegian Process Services (NPS) provides the municipal waste water industry with technical solutions and product. The company was started as a results of a consultancy job in collaboration with IVAR. Norwegian Technology developed a portfolio of chemicals that will change the municipality standard for good.
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CONSULTANCY AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
In Norwegian Technology, we are developing solutions that can give the desired water composition by pre-treating produced water and some seawater for final treatment with membranes for re-injection.
Benefits with the Norwegian Technology’s solution is that the produced water is being «reused» for Enhanced Oil Recovery.
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A new study from Duke University suggests that naturally occurring brines, not man-made fracking fluids, account for
most of the wastewater coming from hydraulically fractured unconventional oil and gas wells.
Published in the journal – Science of the Total Environment – the findings revealed that more than 92% of the flowback and
produced water – or wastewater - coming from the wells is...
US: NORTH CAROLINA
A new study from Duke
University suggests that naturally
occurring brines, not man-made
fracking fluids, account for
most of the wastewater coming
from hydraulically fractured
unconventional oil and gas wells.
Published in the journal – Science
of the Total Environment – the
findings revealed that more
than 92% of the flowback and
produced water – or wastewater
- coming from the wells is
derived from naturally occurring
brines that are extracted along
with the gas and oil. However,
researchers warned that these
brines still carry their own risks,
as they contain varying levels of
salts, heavy metals and naturally
occurring radioactive elements,
and their sheer volume makes
disposing of them a challenge.
Treated wastewater (85 % separation degree)
Biogas production is carbon-neutral and does not add to greenhouse gas emissions. Further, any consumption of fossil fuels replaced by biogas will lower CO2 emissions. Foto: IVAR
The Biogas production facility at Grødeland and Mekjarvik provides enough Biogas for the 200 busses in the region's bussfleet. Foto: Kolumbus
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PATENT PENDING FOR
Norwegian Technology AS has received a positive assessment from the Patent Authorities for its Patent for Drill Cuttings Treatment Technology.
We are commercialising an “all integrated offshore drilling waste treatment solution”. The technology involves treatment of slop water with our compact Water Treatment Unit and proprietary destabilisation chemicals.
FIRE EXTINGUISHED BY
EFFECTIVE FIRE BRIGADE.
A fire broke out on the 28th of September at Norwegian Technology AS (NT) nearest neighbor Henriksen Oljetransport AS in Mekjarvik. The fire was fierce and required great efforts from the fire service. The situation today is that NT's equipment appears to be intact, while the spare parts warehouse is somewhat damaged. There has been no personal injury or pollution from NT's facilities in connection with the fire.
THANKS GENERAL MANAGER RUNE KVERNBERG
Rune Kvernberg has decided that the time was right to voluntarily relinquish his post as General Manager. This will take effect as of the 31st of January 2022. The board thanks Rune for his hard work and wishes him all the best in his new status - retirement! A new general manager is being recruited, and the successor's name will be announced as soon as the final agreement is available.
Rune Kvernberg har etter eget ønske fratrådt som daglig leder i Norwegian Technology AS med virkning fra 31. januar 2022. Styret takker Rune for innsatsen og ønsker lykke til videre – i hans pensjonisttilværelse. Det pågår ansettelse av ny ny daglig leder, som vil bli kunngjort så snart endelig avtale foreligger.
AWARDED INNOVASJON NORGE 4.3 M NOK IFU GRANT
The main goal is to develop and demonstrate a compact and efficient prototype plant for the treatment of produced water for offshore Oil & Gas operations. Specifications for both environmental and economic parameters far exceed existing cleaning methods. The unit must be able to concentrate the waste and be sufficiently robust and flexible to be able to handle a wide range of water quality and operational conditions.
Consequently, the project also includes a significant logistics operation (financed by CoP) to test the plant in three different fields with different water quality.