Custom-designed process treats CBM produced water

07/14/2008
A recently completed plant in the Power River basin in Wyoming uses a new method for treating water produced from coalbed methane (CBM) wells.The new fixed-bed dynamic flow ion exchange system provides better cost efficiency and less waste byproduct than other processes. The process has a hybrid design. It simulates all the advantages of moving resins or media beds in a fixed-bed design, and it minimizes wastes by diverting rinse portions, rather than resins or beds.The fixed-bed design can easily cope with resin expansion associated with weak acid cation resins.CBM waterProduced water from CBM wells has limited rapid expansion of gas production from these resources.The coal seam waters i...
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