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SKU: RPSEA - 08122-05.02
Membrane Fouling Reduction Field Test Plan - Processing Shale Gas Flowback and Produced Waters

The purpose of the pilot test is to compare the operational parameters of coated and uncoated UF and RO membranes while processing pretreated oilfield frac flow-back and produced waters. The coated membranes utilize Advanced Hydro fouling resistance coating technology.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical Report
Report Period
December 2010
Author(s)
Steve Shiner, Robert Hayes, and Robert Kramer, Dileep Agnihotri, Richard Li, Xiaofei Huang, Peach Sirirat, Albert Lee, Tom Hayes
Corporate Source
Gas Technology Institute (GTI)
Sponsor
Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA)
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p26
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Membrane Fouling Reduction Field Test Plan - Processing Shale Gas Flowback and Produced Waters


 

Barnett and Appalachian Shale Water Management and Reuse Technologies


 
RPSEA Report No: 08122-05.02

 
The purpose of the pilot test is to compare the operational parameters of coated and uncoated UF and RO membranes while processing pretreated oilfield frac flow-back and produced waters. The coated membranes utilize Advanced Hydro fouling resistance coating technology.

Pretreatment is provided the Fountain Quail water recycling facility and comprises the following steps:
  • pH adjustment up to 10.0 – 10.5 with caustic soda (NaOH) to cause partial softening via precipitation of CaCO3. This also causes a reduction in TSS via the coagulation effect of the precipitated solids.
  • Addition of anionic flocculant to enhance settling of precipitated/coagulated solids
  • pH adjustment down to 3.5 – 4.0 using HCl to stabilize the treated water to minimize downstream scaling.
Two membrane systems will be evaluated.
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