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Manufacturers of the unique ViPA analyser and providers of Process Insight consultancy services, Jorin is a company that is focussed on and dedicated to all aspects of oilfield water management.

We look to enable our customers to optimise their process performance, reduce costs, maximise production and avoid processing problems through rapidly produced, accessible, relevant data and the delivery of deep understanding of their process conditions.

Jorin Presenting at SPE Oilfield Water Management Conference
07th April 2014. Leicester, England.
Further Information
For further information contact;
Mr Nick Roth, Jorin Limited, tel +44 116 275 3300 fax: +44 116 275 3322 email: info@jorin.co.uk website: www.jorin.co.uk
About Jorin
Jorin Limited is a UK instrumentation company, designing and manufacturing on-line particle analysis systems based on video imaging technologies. Jorin's aim is provide critical process data, enabling their users to optimise their process performance and realise their full potential. Founded in 1998, Jorin has developed the process expertise that both drives developments in their instrument brands including ViPA, LaVA, InVA, and underpins their oilfield water management consultancy brand, Process Insight.

Jorin has been invited to present a plenary session at the Society of Petroleum Engineer's conference in Kuwait at the Hilton Resort from 21st-22nd April 2014. Naeem Bhola, Process Engineer in Jorin's Process Insight; their consultancy division; will be speaking on "Produced Water Monitoring and Developing Risk Profiles for Produced Water Re-injection"

SPE state that "Oil-produced water often referred to as produced water or effluent-produced water is by far the largest volume by-product in oil production operations and is considered a major waste stream. The source of the oil-produced water is primarily from formation water produced to surface or recycled water from water injection operations. It has been reported that worldwide average production of oil-produced water was in the range of 210 million barrels per day, or about 77 billion barrels per year, giving an average water-oil ratio of approximately 3 to 1 (10 to 1, in some cases). Water reuse for re-injection is a common practice among many oil production companies, either for reservoir pressure maintenance or for environmental protection. Companies use different types of water for oil production recovery such as water injection or steam injection; in addition, surface facilities required produced water such as brackish water for operational needs. However, managing produced water is an extremely challenging, costly process, and could be a economically non-viable option. Optimising produced water management is highly critical, using best-in-class technologies to monitor quality and forecast production, and to design, build, and operate facilities."

Jorin has worldwide coverage on produced water treatment systems in the oil and gas sector, through its Process Insight service carrying out troubleshooting and optimisation for various produced water applications. This gives it an exclusive position to offer a unique perspective and insight through field experiences. This is a great opportunity to join an executive plenary session with high-level speakers presenting their company's full cycle of water management challenges, strategies, solutions, and lessons learnt.