Soiltech has been awarded a contract for treating contaminated water from the drilling process onboard the drilling rig Valaris JU 248 which will be working for Neptune Energy UK. Expected start-up is in the second quarter of 2022. This is Soiltech’s first job on a Neptune Energy project and the company’s sixth contract in the UK. In addition Soiltech has ongoing cleantech operations in the UK for Shell, Equinor, Spirit Energy and RepsolSinopec.

The STT is a mechanical technology which is used on location, treating water contaminated with oil and particles. The treated oil and water may be reused in the drilling process. By utilizing the STT, the client reduces the environmental footprint through lowering its CO2 emissions whilst reducing the well cost. Soiltech’s solutions represent Best Available Technology for contaminated water treatment.

Stig H. Christiansen, CEO in Soiltech, comments; “ We are very pleased to be working on a Neptune Energy project, and we are looking forward to contributing to safe, cost efficient and low emissions drilling operations and the highest possible degree of recycling”.

About Soiltech
Soiltech is an innovative and industry leading cleantech service provider specializing in treating, recycling and responsible handling of contaminated water and solid industrial waste streams. The company’s waste management solutions and services include slop treatment, drill cuttings handling and treatment, swarf removal as well as tank and pit cleaning. Soiltech designs, engineers, builds, owns and operates its operative units in close co-operation with the customer on the customer’s site. Soiltech has 75 employees and is headquartered in Norway and currently operates in Norway, UK, The Netherlands and Abu Dhabi. Soiltech is listed on Euronext NOTC in Norway under the ticker SOIL