The contract involves providing the Ormen Lange project in the Norwegian Sea with a Macro Porous Polymer Extraction (MPPE) purification unit to remove dissolved hydrocarbons from its process water.
“In a very short space of time, our MPPE technology has proved itself to be the best available separation technology for treating this type of process water,” said Dick Meijer, General Manager of MPP Systems. “Compared with traditional technologies we are highly competitive. Winning this prestigious contract is an important breakthrough because it represents MPP Systems’ entry onto the Norwegian market, which is well known for its strict environmental legislation.”
Ormen Lange is the deepest gas field development project on the Norwegian continental shelf. Discovered in 1997, it is located 100 kilometers off the northwest coast of Norway at water depths of 800 to 1,100 meters. When the field comes on stream in October 2007, it will not only be a major contributor to the European gas and energy market, but most likely make Norway the second biggest exporter of natural gas in the world.
Akzo Nobel’s MPPE technology will now be used to help Hydro – the operator for Ormen Lange during the development and construction phase – achieve its ambitious environmental goal of zero discharge of environmentally harmful substances. As well as being used for offshore process water treatment, the technology can also be utilized for groundwater, industrial process and wastewater treatment.
MPP Systems has extensive expertise in the development, marketing and servicing of separation systems for water streams. It’s only one of the Company’s wide-ranging activities in the field of water treatment.
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