Developing water treatment technologies for the unconventional Oil and Gas industry
Uncertainty looms large in the unconventional oil and gas market. Allow us to inject some clarity.
For example, we can help you assess how water quality will affect the profitability of possible drill sites. We can help you risk assess your project water risks and we can model your most cost effective water treatment options.
We believe this will increase your competitive edge in an uncertain industry - and if the unexpected does happen we have a range of flexible and rapidly deployed water technologies to mitigate the impact.
Ask us about our comprehensive range of water technology and the internationally-backed expertise that has been providing water solutions to Australian mining for 70 years.
your best capital returns
We can help you identify resources where you will get your best capital return on investment.
operational expenditure and risk
Flexible contracts allow you to draw on a range of technologies and ongoing advice to adapt to changing conditions.
social and regulatory risks
Our low-impact technologies and proven quality systems can help you keep your stakeholders happy.
comprehensive expertise in emerging industries
Draw on our international experience when exploring new technology and techniques.
CASE STUDY: Resolving a complex water challenge for Santos
Santos needed water processed with varying and unpredictable characteristics to meet multiple requirements.
In South East Queensland, water from numerous coal seam gas wells contained a varying range of mineral and organic contents, including fine coal, algae, iron, manganese and silica.
The water needed to be processed to different standards for two Santos sites. The Fairview site needed 20 megalitres a day processed for environmental discharge, while the Roma site needed 10 megalitres a day processed for aquifer recharge.
Veolia's solution was to build a plant that used a robust range of water technologies to provide water reliably processed water to meet ANZECC river discharge limits and Australian Drinking Water Guidelines.