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Oil & Gas
Emulsion breaking is one of the most complex and situational aspects of oilfield chemistry. Stable emulsions encountered in oil production are normally composed of varying levels of water or brine dispersed in a continuous oil phase. These emulsions are stabilised by compounds occurring naturally in the crude. Certain types of operations in refinery practice also produce stable emulsions.
To facilitate the economical removal of water from crude oil, we can offer demulsifiers that are drawn from a wide range of chemistries, including resin alkoxylates, polyimine derivatives and modified polyols.
When formulated, these products are capable of treating a wide range of emulsions under the most demanding field conditions including short residence times, high turbulence, high solid loadings, low temperature and high water content.
Outstanding, rapid water separation, particularly in heavy oil applications