SAS Environmental Services Blog

The Oil Sludge Market as a Resource for the Oil Industry

Posted by Sophie Cochrane on 13-Mar-2018 11:00:00

World Bank reports that there are approximately 9 billion metric tonnes of oil sludge on the planet. This oil sludge is generated as a by-product of the oil drilling and refining process, and consists of water, oil, solids and a range of chemicals that may have been introduced to the sludge at some point in the process.

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Topics: Oil Sludge Treatment, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Industry News, oil recovery, treating oil sludge

MIST Month - "323" Almost Any Oil Waste

Posted by Sophie Cochrane on 23-Jan-2018 10:00:00

The MIST 323 system is used in both oil slops treatment and oil sludge treatment, and is capable of treating both solid waste and liquid waste. Solid waste including drill cuttings, oil sand, and heavy oil sludge. Liquid waste including oil slops, oil based mud waste, decommissioning waste, well washings, and refinery waste.

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Topics: Oil Sludge Treatment, oil recovery, oil slops treatment, oil waste treatment process, MIST systems