Soiltech has been awarded a contract for the treatment of contaminated water (slop) onboard a Vantage Drilling drillship working for ENI offshore Cyprus.
Stig H. Christiansen, CEO in Soiltech, comments; “We are proud to support both Vantage Drilling and ENI through this contract, and excited to be introduced to a new geographical market offshore Cyprus. We look forward to applying our industry-leading clean technology and competence to this project, which will lead to more sustainable operations through maximum on-site recycling of water and oil.”
Soiltech’s slop treatment system (“STT”) is an energy efficient and high capacity on-site mechanical technology which treats water contaminated with oil and particles. The treated oil and water may be reused in the drilling process. The STT reduces our client’s environmental footprint and costs by lowering their CO2 emissions through reduced energy usage, onsite treatment and reuse, and reduced transport of volumes to shore. Soiltech’s solutions represent Best Available Technology for treatment of contaminated water, slop and brine.
Soiltech is an innovative cleantech service provider specializing in the treatment, recycling and responsible handling of contaminated water and solid industrial waste streams. Soiltech’s purpose is to contribute to a sustainable future through the development and application of innovative clean technologies and delivery of cost efficient, safe and low emission solutions and services. The company’s waste management services represent Best Available Technology and includes slop treatment, cuttings handling, swarf removal as well as tank and pit cleaning. Soiltech designs, engineers, builds, owns and operates its units, providing services in close cooperation with the customer on the customer’s site.
Soiltech is headquartered in Norway, has 75 employees, and currently operates in Norway, UK, the Netherlands and Abu Dhabi.
Soiltech is listed on Euronext NOTC in Norway under the ticker SOIL.