Solids and oil separation for environmental compliance
We understand the increasing rigidity of environmental regulations, and we take pride in offering innovative, reliable, and high-performing solutions to help reduce your waste and liability. When cuttings from oil-based fluid projects exit the shakers, oil content can be in excess of 12%. We can identify the right technologies for your rig to help efficiently reduce waste volumes or lower your oil retained-on-cuttings (ROC) to less than 6.9% for on-site discharge in approved locations.
Versatile options for increased efficiency
Every project has unique requirements. A versatile range of cuttings dryers is critical to deliver maximum efficiencies. We have developed three distinct BaraG-Force™ Vertical Cuttings Dryers to satisfy specific requirements, including small footprint applications, high-volume/high-ROP drilling operations, or projects in areas with limited waste management. Regardless of your rig design or location, we can deliver multiple options to help maximize the efficiency of your waste management stream.
Lower cost through lower waste volumes
All of our dryers are designed with the dual purpose of reducing waste volumes and recovering fluids. We can help lower your ROC levels to acceptable discharge limits to reduce or eliminate your waste transportation costs. For zero-discharge environments, the lower oil-on-cuttings means less utilization of expensive off-site treatment or disposal, and recovered fluid can help offset final disposal costs.
Separation solutions from Halliburton Baroid provide operators with a wide
range of high-value services designed to maximize fluid performance and
minimize environmental impact while providing measurable reductions
in operational expenses.
Baroid’s Mobile Vertical Cuttings Dryer (VCD) and Centrifuge unit is a high capacity, basket centrifuge designed for continuous feed and efficient throughput necessary for real time oil-based drilling operations.
2.4MB The Baroid V-133 Cuttings Dryer has been proven to provide a dramatic reduction in drill solids waste
discharge and to help maximize the recovery of synthetic-, oil-, or ester-based drilling fluids.