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					ADT Environmental
Solutions
           Provides state of the art
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           for management of Drill Rig
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           cuttings and fluids along

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           for petroleum contaminated
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  Services
Drill Cuttings Management
Drilling Fluids Recycling m
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                  Treatment
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Waste Pit
Soil & Water Treatment
Chemical Oxidation Technology
Dryer Overview
 APPLICATIONS
    Offshore and onshore projects where the recovery of valuable drilling fluid from cuttings, as well as recovery of whole
    mud lost from shaker failure, rig motion and
    screen blinding are priorities.

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    More stringent cuttings-discharge regulations have pressured operators and drilling contractors to reduce drilling-waste



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    volumes and recover
    premium products for reuse.

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    The cuttings dryer features a state-of-the-art design that can process varying amounts of cuttings and fluids, typically up



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    to 60 tons (61 metric tons) per hour. Dry solids discharged from the dryer are typically <5% oil content by wet weight.




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 ECONOMICS
    The cuttings dryer improves overall cost-efficiency, producing reduced amounts of extremely dry
    cuttings for disposal and recovering valuable fluid for reuse. It is effective with water-, oil- and synthetic-base
    drilling fluids.

 ENVIRONMENTAL
    The dryer minimizes waste volumes, dramatically reducing disposal costs and ensuring compliance
    with local regulations.
Land Based Dryer Skid System




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Land Based Dryer Skid System




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                                           Cuttings Dryer Typical
                                            Performance Graph
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                                              Percentage Oil by Weight vs Depth (121/4 & 81/2 inch Hole

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                                                                                         Secondary Shakers
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                             7500   8000     8500             9000                9500            10000               10500        11000
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     Features and Benefits
Improved drilling-fluid recovery
    • Effective separation reclaims high percentages of fluid from cuttings; also recovers
    whole mud lost from shaker failure, rig motion and
    screen blinding
    • Valuable recovered fluids can be added back to the active mud system

Safety

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    • Explosion-proof motors and start/stop boxes are certified for use in Class I, Division I


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    areas
    • Integrated, custom-built stands and walkways reduce risk to personnel

Operational advantages
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    • Experienced ADT personnel maintain peak operating efficiency


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    • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), with automatic warning indicators, monitors
    temperature, torque, oil levels and total operating hours;
    prevents gear and bearing damage from inadequate lubrication
    • High-capacity, continuous-feed units have the throughput to keep up with drilling
    operations
    • Lifting hoist on stand allows unit maintenance without interfering with rig crane
    • Tungsten-carbide-coated, independently adjustable flights reduce wear and ensure
    optimal tolerance
    • Horizontal screens allow higher wiping efficiency and less plugging
    • Finer-mesh screens provide more open area
Features and Benefits

Ease of maintenance
   • Flushing system prevents solids buildup in the recovery area and
   minimizes shutdowns for cleaning
   • Normal wear parts are easily accessible from the top of the unit;
   belts are easily changed without removing gear assembly

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   • Interchangeable tungsten-carbide rotor blades protect rotor and

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   gearbox from excessive erosion, minimizing main component failure

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Superior environmental performance

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   • Highly effective liquids/solids separation minimizes fluid content

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   of cuttings prior to offshore discharge or land based disposal

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   • Drilling-fluid testing and an analysis available through ADT
   to monitor system effectiveness
   • Improved fluid separation reduces waste disposal volumes in
   zero-discharge applications and significantly lowers organic loading
   levels on the sea floor.
   For land based drilling ADT can treat all cuttings and fluids so no
   contaminated cuttings or water will be discharged at the rig and no
   disposal is necessary.
            Cost Efficiency
Cost-efficiency
  In addition to helping operators around the world meet environmental

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  demands, the cuttings dryer improves overall cost-efficiency.

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  Valuable drilling fluids can be recovered from cuttings, as well as

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The cuttings dryer is effective with water-, oil-, and synthetic-base drilling
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  costs.
  Capacity
  Typically, dryers process up to 60 tons (61 metric tons) of
  material per hour.
                 Dryer Process
The process
     Cuttings from shale shakers are conveyed to the dryer through a
     variety of site-engineered conveyance systems that include:
     • Gravity feed
     • Pneumatic transfer
     • Vacuum transfer
     • Screw conveyors

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     The flow of cuttings into the centrifuge is PLC-controlled and

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     continuously fed to yield optimum liquids/ solids separation. Once
     cuttings are introduced into the dryer’s charge hopper, widely
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     spaced, independently adjustable flights continuously direct cuttings
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     to the screen surface. Flights are tungsten carbide coated to reduce

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     wear and ensure optimum tolerance. Under high G-forces created

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     by the large cone diameter, liquids/solids separation occurs
     instantly as cuttings make contact with the finer-mesh, high-
     capacity centrifuge screen while producing cleaner return fluid and
     drier solids discharge.
     Solids are discharged at the screen bottom to be collected for
     onshore disposal. Processed liquids pass through the screen and
     then exit through one of two effluent groups. The fluid is collected
     and pumped to the ADT decanting centrifuge for final processing
     and reuse in the active mud system.
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Dryer Cut-away View




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                        Cuttings Dryer Schematic
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9    Motor
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11   Liquid Effluent Discharge
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      Dry Cuttings
         Dryer specifications
System component specifications
Cuttings Dryer Specifications (typical)
Dryer Length
with motor                 Width            Height           Weight
in. (mm) in. (mm)          in. (mm)          lb (kg)
109.4                      81.5             73.6             11,420
(2,780)                    (2,070)          (1,870)          (5,180)
Power Requirements
• 380 to 440V/3-phase/60Hz (150-amp circuit breaker)
• One (1) 75-hp explosion-proof motor for centrifuge
• One (1) 0.5-hp explosion-proof motor for lubricator pump
Operational Specifications
• Screen turns up to 890 rpm
• G-force — up to 400
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Screen Specifications


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in. (mm)                   Tyler mesh                        U.S. mesh    equivalent
0.008 (0.203)              65                                70           203



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0.010 (0.254)              60                                60           254
0.015 (0.381)              45                                45           381
0.020 (0.508)              32                                35           508
Capacity
Hole size                   Equivalent
in. (mm)                   ft/hr (m/hr)
26 (660)                   200 (61)
20 (500)                   315 (96)
17.5 (445)                 413 (126.2)
12.3 (311)                 843 (256.9)
8.5 (216)                  1,750 (533.4)
            Typical High Floor Dryer Rig Up

                                       1       Rig Shaker
1                                      2       Screw Conveyor
                                       3       Cuttings Dryer
                                       4       Cuttings Overboard
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                                       6       Centrifuge Feed Pump
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LOW FLOOR TYPICAL DRYER RIG UP                            1    Flow Line Shaker
                                                          2    Mud Cleaner
                                                          3    Centrifuge
                                                          4    Cuttings Tank
                                                          5    Screw Conveyor
                                                          6    Cuttings Dryer
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                                                          8    Centrifuge Feed Pump
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Dryer setup on a high floor
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 Typical Cuttings Comparison



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Typical cuttings
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     518 CENTRIFUGE
The 518 CENTRIFUGE is the premier high-speed,
decanting centrifuge for drilling-mud and fluids-handling
applications. It delivers high fluid-recovery rates and efficient solids
control to significantly reduce the costs of makeup fluids and disposal.
The 518 is precision-balanced for smooth operation over long periods at
    speeds of 1,900 to 3,250 RPM, generating centrifugal forces up to
    2,100 G’s.

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    Innovative design includes longer bowl for increased retention

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    time, resulting in drier solids and finer cut points.


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    uniform separation and maximum solids-control efficiency.
    Stainless steel bowl, scroll, compartment and cover resist


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    corrosion and provide long service life.
    Precision balanced to run at high RPMs for extended periods
    with greater efficiency, minimizing maintenance and downtime.
    Skid mounted, low profile minimizes space requirements.


    Bowl Size             Length        Width         Height        Weight
    in. (mm)              in. (mm)      in. (mm)      in. (mm)      lb (kg)   hp
    14 x 56 119           70            34.1          4,800          25/7.5
    356 x 1,422           3,022.6       1,778         866.1         1,832
              518 Benefits
• Effectively removes the finest silts and returns valuable
fluids for reuse
• Reduces makeup fluids, dilution, cleanup and disposal
costs
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• Rugged construction and corrosion-resistant materials

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toughest oilfield environments
• Works efficiently with other ADT equipment to
maximize solids control
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   Cuttings Treatment by Chem-Ox
OXYTEK Technical Bulletin

Modified Fenton’s Chemistry (OXYTEK)
Hydrogen peroxide is an effective oxidizing agent. However, to achieve the desired contaminant reductions
in a reasonable time, a transition-metals catalyst is required. Iron is the most commonly used metal and
when mixed with hydrogen peroxide, the catalyst is known as Fenton’s Reagent. The chemistry of Fenton’s
Reagent (1) is well documented for producing hydroxyl radicals by the reaction of hydrogen peroxide and
ferrous iron (Fe+2). The hydroxyl radicals (OH•) serve as very powerful, effective, and nonspecific oxidizing
agents, second only to fluorine in oxidizing power.

H2O2 + Fe+2 → Fe+3 +OH- +OH•

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The Modified Fenton’s Chemistry is also well defined (2).
       H2O2 + Fe+2 → Fe+3 + OH- + OH•
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       2CaO2 + 2H+ → Ca2+ (aq) + 2 H2O2
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The iron can be applied either as iron oxides within the soil by chelating agents (OXYTEK) or separately as
a solubilized iron salt. When organic contaminants become desorbed from the soil, or otherwise enter the
aqueous phase, oxidation occurs within the interstitial ground water. In a manner similar to photolysis using
ultraviolet light, highly reactive, short lived hydroxyl radicals are generated which can degrade even
recalcitrant organics.
When iron is the catalyst, during the optimum reaction sequence, ferrous iron (Fe+2) is converted to ferric
ion (Fe+3). Under properly controlled and buffered conditions of modified Fenton’s (OXYTEK), ferric iron
can be regenerated back to ferrous iron by a subsequent reaction with another molecule of hydrogen
peroxide (3).

H2O2 + Fe+3 ↔ Fe+2 + H+ + H2O•                                               (3)
    Concentrations (in mg/kg) of petroleum hydrocarbon fractions considered by CCME [1] after 10
    days and 20 days compared with the required treatment levels.



Scenario        F1 (C6-C10)    F2 (C11-C16)            F3 (C17-C34)   F4 (>C34)   Total



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Untreated         3,855           7,282                   8,995        1,285      21,417




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1.4 kg/m3          761            3425                    4482          1074      9,742




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2.9 kg/m3          294            1,142                   1,256         991       3,683

AE 2001a*          260             900

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2.9 kg/m3          113             521                     685          1010      2,329

AE 2001a*          260             900                     800          5600      7,560

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Untreated         3,697           8,752                   6,442        1,301      20,192

1.4 kg/m3          450            2108                    1505          808       5,871

2.9 kg/m3           75             479                     598          876       2,028

AE 2001a*          260             900                     800          5600      7,560
    Heavy Metal Treatment
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Soil Stabilization
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Waste Transportation and
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     What is
     SMMS Stabilization?

A body of scientific knowledge combined
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         Performance
         mg/L TCLP



Arsenic          Lead           Chrome                   Zinc
    As               Pb                 Cr                Zn

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                 Mining            Plating             Anodizing
 85 ↓ <0.01     125 ↓ <0.12     65* ↓ <0.05**          430 ↓ <0.4


   Mining        Refinery        Metalworks            Galvanizing
 110 ↓ <0.1     170 ↓ <0.12     70* ↓ <0.05**           90 ↓ 0.2
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Well information
Location: Louisiana
Hole size: 9 7/8- inch
The situation
      Vertical cuttings dryers deliver exceptional results, but only when they receive a consistent
      flow of solids. Screw conveyors are often used for this purpose, but they have a tendency to
      plug. Other means of transfer have drawbacks as well, lacking in safety, consistency and
      reliability
The solution
      Using a cuttings dryer combined with a dual hopper, configured a system that assured
      consistent material flow and efficient fluids processing.
      The system included a cuttings dryer, a custom built dual hopper, centrifuge, enclosed
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      Cuttings Collection Vacuum.


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      The vacuum system collected drilled cuttings from the rig's shale shakers and transported
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      dryer for conditioning.


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      As a final step, effluent from the dryer was processed through the secondary centrifuge
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      Continuous operation. Processing of recovered drilling fluid continued without interruption
      after implementing the cuttings dryer/dual hopper combination. The system remained fully
      operational with only minimal maintenance by trained personnel.
      Drier cuttings. Compared with shale shaker effluent samples, the cuttings dryer increased
      cuttings dryness an average 7.3% by weight and 21.6% by volume. In addition, oil on
      cuttings was reduced from 23% to 7% by volume after treatment with the cuttings dryer.
The Benefits
      Efficient, continuous operation
      Improved fluid recovery volume
      Outstanding recovered Fluid quality
      Cost-effectiveness
      Reduced solids for disposal
Well information
Location: Louisiana
Hole size: 9 7/8- inch
The situation
Vertical cuttings dryers deliver exceptional results, but only when they receive a consistent flow
of solids. Screw conveyors are often used for this purpose, but they have a tendency to plug.
Other means of transfer have drawbacks as well, lacking in safety, consistency and reliability
The solution
Using a cuttings dryer combined with a dual hopper, configured a system that assured
consistent material flow and efficient fluids processing.
The system included a cuttings dryer, a custom built dual hopper, centrifuge, enclosed screw
auger, effluent holding tank and 75-horsepower
Cuttings Collection Vacuum.


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The vacuum system collected drilled cuttings from the rig's shale shakers and transported them


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to the dual hopper. Cuttings were then discharged from the hopper into the cuttings dryer for
conditioning.


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As a final step, effluent from the dryer was processed through the secondary centrifuge before


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Continuous operation. Processing of recovered drilling fluid continued without interruption after


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implementing the cuttings dryer/dual hopper combination. The system remained fully
operational with only minimal maintenance by trained personnel.
Drier cuttings. Compared with shale shaker effluent samples, the cuttings dryer increased
cuttings dryness an average 7.3% by weight and 21.6% by volume. In addition, oil on cuttings
was reduced from 23% to 7% by volume after treatment with the cuttings dryer.
The Benefits
Efficient, continuous operation
Improved fluid recovery volume
Outstanding recovered Fluid quality
Cost-effectiveness
Reduced solids for disposal
Well information
Location: Spud/completion:
Hole size: 20-inch/17 ½-inch/12 ½-inch
Dryer Test Section length: 4,435 ft
TD: 13,920 ft
Offshore
The situation
      Drilling fluid recovery was a problem for this major operator in the Gulf of Mexico.
      Conventional shale shakers could not separate cuttings sufficiently, severely limiting
      recovery of the synthetic drilling fluid. At about $200 per barrel, drilling fluid losses were


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      mounting. Evidence indicated the problem stemmed from high liquid retention on drill
      cuttings, compounded by blinding of the shaker screens with fluid-laden solids. .

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      A cuttings dryer system was put into place to minimize the impact on drilling operations.


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      Primary components were the Cuttings Dryer, Centrifuge, an enclosed screw auger and
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      Recovered drill cuttings were collected and transported to the cuttings dryer for
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      Effluent from the dryer received additional processing through the Centrifuge for final
      polishing before returning to the active mud system. Solids from both the dryer and
      centrifuge were routed to the overboard shunt line. Total volume of disposable cuttings
      are reduced 50% to 75%
The results
      Efficient fluid recovery.
      The cuttings dryer system reclaimed 271 barrels of valuable synthetic drilling fluid that
      otherwise might have been lost.
Cost savings.
      At $200 per barrel, the operator saved $54,200 in drilling fluid during the test section of
      4435 ft..
Location: Offshore Trinidad, West Indies
Well: Spud/completion:
Type of fluid: 100% Synthetic base
Date: December, 1999/January, 2000
An operator on a semi-submersible rig needed to recover drilling fluid from cuttings taken off the
rig's shale shakers.
The drilling operation was using 100 % synthetic fluid. The rig was equipped with five double-
deck-scalping shakers and four secondary shakers. Vacuum collection points were at the
cuttings trough for both primary and secondary shakers.

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Due to transportation and rig-up delays not associated with the operation of the cuttings dryer


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system, the dryer was used during only the final one-third of the first hole interval. However, this
allowed a direct comparison of results with and without the dryer.

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The cuttings drying system was rigged up the without impacting the drilling operation. All of the

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drilled cuttings collected were transported to the dryer unit for treatment. Reclaimed effluent was


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then processed through a high-speed centrifuge prior to returning to the active mud system.
Cost savings from drier cuttings.. The dryer reduced Synthetic on Cuttings (SOC) by as


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much as 36% compared to cuttings from the shakers. This resulted in direct cost savings of
more than $49,000 from recovered fluid. Estimates indicate that an additional $135,000 could
have been saved if the dryer system had been in use for the entire drilling program.
Environmental benefits. The dryer reclaimed 164 bbls of fluid, which likely would have been lost
overboard with the existing shaker system. This reduces any long-term impact on the
environment.
Effective mud treatment. Particle size distribution tests determined that the treated fluid returned
to the mud system was in better condition than fluid in the active system itself. See chart below
120 bbl Water Treatment Weir Box




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RFV 2000 bag Filter System
Adsorption Skid



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RFV 3000 Bag Filter System
Polishing Skid


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RFV 4000 Bag Filter System
Adsorption Skid


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  Well Testing Scope of
Services
Production Enhancement
  Increase production by drawing down
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Exploration Testing

Jet Pump Package
 •Complete power fluid cleaning system.
       Equipment Well Test
           Packages
Hanover 54” X 15’ 1440 psi WP Three Phase Separator
Lab/Workshop/Office
CE Natco Surge/Gauge Tank
ANSON 10K 3” Five Plug Valve Manifold with

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ANSON 10K 3” Figure 1502 pipe NACE
ANSON 2K 3” Figure 206 pipe NACE
ANSON 2K 4” Figure 206 Pipe NACE
ANSON Well Head Crossovers NACE
Deutz 100 KW Generator
ESD System
Trailer Mounted Flaring System with pipe basket
           Equipment
                                      Well Flare Trailers
Gas Riser & Support Stack
Two 4" dia by 30' tall Freestanding Flare Stack and Support
structure c/w 4” dia gas inlet, Mounting Brackets (A-36) and

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150# RFWN SS Flare Tip Mating Flange (A-105N), Gasket

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Flare Ignition System

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Equipment is a continuous 12V DC powered High Voltage
Pilot Ignition / Reignition System that provides optimum
flexibility of Control Panel location. One (1) High Voltage Pilot
Ignitor PPS Model A-500 (10,000V DC).

One (1) Pilot Hose, Power Harness, Y Strainer, Fisher 67 AFR
Pilot Regulator, Gauge and Ball Valve Assembly.

Note: Comes with flare interconnecting piping, pipe racks and basket
         Equipment

Well Testing
   Three Continuous Well
  Test Packages
   One Well Integrity Test
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Exploration
Jet Pump Package
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Equipment
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        Equipment
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72” X 15’ 250 psi WP Four Phase Separator
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ANSON 10K 3” Five Plug Valve Manifold with Adjustable
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ANSON 10K 3” Surface Safety Valve NACE
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ANSON 10K 3” Figure 1502 pipe NACE
ANSON 2K 3” Figure 206 pipe NACE
ANSON 2K 4” Figure 206 Pipe NACE
ANSON Well Head Crossovers NACE
ESD System
Trailer Mounted Flaring System with pipe basket
         Equipment

High Pressure
    High Volume
    Pump Package
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           Equipment
High Pressure / High Volume Pump Package

Output 10,000 to 12,000 bbl/d of 36 API crude oil at
5000 psi discharge pressure.
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SPM TWS 600 Tri Plex with CAT Driver
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Tri Plex Charge Pump
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KLU2962P Pressure Trip Safety System
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Calibrated 50 bbl Trip Tank
1,200 US Gallons Diesel Fuel Tank
ANSON 10K 2” Figure 1502 pipe NACE
ANSON Well Head Crossovers NACE
Pipe Racks and Basket
  Equipment

              Jet Pump Package


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                       Equipment
                   Jet Pump Package

Jet Pump Surface Equipment
Trailer mounted power fluid conditioning system with hydrocyclone
solids separators
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Prime Mover: Electric generator to operate the pump suitable for IP
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Surface Pump: High pressure positive displacement plunger pump
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available in 5000 psi WP at 3000 bbls/day. Components and
accessories are selected for reliable operation in high pressure
continuous hydraulic pumping. Installation must consider pump
NPSH requirements.
Lights: Sufficient lighting for night time operations, suitable for IP
Zone-2 Hazardous Area Classification
Typical Base Camp
          Scope of Base Camp
              2,400 Sq Ft Shop Space
          2,200 Sq Ft Office Space
              Yard Size 2.1 Hectares
              Galley/Dinning Room

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              A/C Spares Room
              Welding Facilities

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ADT Environmental
Solutions

 Ken Pepperling
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 kenp@adtenv.com
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   877-265-3395 Toll Free (USA)
   503-266-4237 Phone
   503-266-4954 Fax

 386 NW 3rd Street
 Canby, OR 97013 USA

				
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