Gulf Energy selects OriginOil astechnology provider new oil services business

Gulf Energy selects OriginOil’s technology to add frack and produced water cleanup services

10:20 AM, 25th August 2014
Gulf Energy selects OriginOil as the technology provider for new oil services business

LOS ANGELES, US: OriginOil Inc, developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, was selected by Gulf Energy, an oil service company with major customers in Oman, Yemen and Saudi Arabia, as the technology provider for the company’s new oil services business in frack and produced water treatment and reuse. Gulf Energy will implement OriginOil’s CLEAN-FRAC system, equipped with the company’s core technology Electro Water Separation (EWS), throughout the Middle East & North Africa (MENA).

“We at Gulf Energy believe that the Middle East is ready to address its water scarcity and environmental concerns. For months, we have researched and finally found the technology we believe to be the best available to anchor our water treatment systems. We are ready to start building and selling systems across the MENA region. To enable this, our first step will be to purchase a CLEAN-FRAC P1500 demonstration system from OriginOil,” said Yasser Al Barami, Chief Commercial Officer, Gulf Energy SAOC.

 

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