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Minimizing Fugitive Emissions In Post Fracturing Sand Separation Using A Vortex Separator

Published on February 26, 2024
Sand separators provide a crucial role in managing flowback operations safely. Current practices to optimize flowback strategies in unconventional wells encourage opening wells aggressively to maximize overall production, as long as there is no sand control issue.
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Sandtinel Case Study: North Dakota Bakken

Published on July 23, 2023
What’s the value of a sand separator? We set out to answer that question in one of the most challenging environments in the US for sand removal, in the heart of the Bakken in North Dakota. On a day by day basis, the volumes of sand that come back from Bakken flowbacks are some of […]
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Vertical Separator Design Comparison

Published on June 19, 2023
Why upgrade to a spherical sand separator? Vertical cyclonic sand separators have been around for years, and everyone is comfortable with them. That was the conventional wisdom we set out to challenge when we brought Sandtinel sand separators into the field in 2014. Since then, we’ve learned a lot about how cyclonic separators work – […]
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Sphere Separator Design Comparison

Published on September 18, 2021
That’s the lesson that producers have learned in the Permian basin. Traditionally, options for sand separators have been limited to using either low storage and flow-sensitive vertical cyclonics, or low efficiency generic spheres to manage sand. Functional differences in technology, design, innovation, and quality of material may not be apparent on the surface but ultimately impacts overall production in addition to bottom-line. Making it crucial for decision makers to understand the differences between separator technologies and how to manage produced sand most effectively.
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