Nouryon introduces new range demulsifiers oilfield market

Nouryon introduces new range of demulsifiers for oilfield market

10:12 AM, 10th October 2019
Nouryon's new range of demulsifiers for oilfield market
The Witbreak NEO range is inherently biodegradable in seawater and has a better cost-to-performance ratio.

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: Nouryon has introduced new range of demulsifiers that provide oil producers with a more sustainable option to separate crude oil from natural gas and water.

The Witbreak NEO range is inherently biodegradable in seawater and has a better cost-to-performance ratio compared to conventional demulsifiers currently available on the market. Nouryon supplies a full range of specialty chemicals to the upstream oil and gas production process.

“High performing demulsifiers that also fulfill the strict environmental regulations outlined by the Convention for the Protection of Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic (OSPAR) are still scarce,” said Mohammad Siddiqui, Global Technical Marketing Manager at Nouryon.

“The Witbreak NEO range is an outcome of a collaborative innovation project with key customers and addresses the need for versatile demulsifiers that have a better ecological and performance profile, and they are OSPAR compliant as well,” added Siddiqui.

“We take great pride in the value of our product portfolio and we are committed to satisfy evolving demands in the oil and gas market. We look forward to rolling out the Witbreak NEO range and helping our customers set the standard for performance, both in application and environmental impact,” said AB Ghosh, Managing Director Surface Chemistry at Nouryon.

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