Exterran wins Permian contract; Buckeye Valve rebrands; World Water-Tech North America moves to LA

May 31, 2019
Industry news: Exterran Corporation secures produced water contract; Buckeye Valve becomes JMC Technical Sales; World Water-Tech North America moves to LA.

Exterran Corporation secures produced water treatment contract

Exterran Corporation, a global systems and process company that offers solutions in the oil and gas, water and power markets, announced that its Water Solutions business secured a produced water treatment contract with an operator in the Midland area of the Permian Basin. The 30,000 barrels of water-per-day (bwpd) treatment system includes the removal of oil in water, suspended solids and iron. Offered as a turnkey package, the provided solution also includes accessories, manpower and remote monitoring and reporting of water treatment data. The contract follows a successful three-month pilot in late 2018, where Exterran met or exceeded oil in water, suspended solids and iron outlet performance levels.

Buckeye Valve rebrands as JMC Technical Sales

Buckeye Valve, a Pittsburgh-based industrial water and wastewater manufacturer’s representative, reseller and distributor, has rebranded as JMC Technical Sales, with a new logo and website. Established around 1975 in Cleveland, Ohio, Buckeye Valve provided valve repair and testing services to the region. As a Kunkle Safety Relief Valve assembler, Buckeye Valve was also ASME board certified to assemble, test and repair safety relief valves. Today, JMC Technical Sales continues to offer valve repair, is a Kunkle Safety Relief Valve assembler and is a manufacturer’s representative and distributor for products for the industrial and water and wastewater markets.

World Water-Tech North America moves to Los Angeles

After six years in Toronto, the World Water-Tech North America organizers announced a relocation for its next edition, which will be in Los Angeles on October 29–30. The annual summit attracts senior business leaders from the U.S., Canada and international water utilities and industrial end users, engineering companies, technology developers and supply chain partners seeking solutions to today’s challenges of asset optimization, conservation, leakage and reuse.

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