Consultancy and technology development

Offshore Oil and Gas Products


Flotation units
Norwegian Technology designs Dissolved Gas Flotation and Induced Microbobbles Flotation units for using both onshore and offshore. The flotation units can be built with the possibility to inject adsorbents, de-emulsifiers, or coagulation and flocculation chemicals.


Electrocoagulation (“electro”, meaning to apply an electrical charge to water, and “coagulation”, meaning the process of changing the particle surface charge, allowing suspended matter to form an agglomeration) is an advanced and economical water treatment technology. It effectively removes suspended solids to sub-micrometre levels, breaks emulsions such as oil and grease or latex, and oxidizes and eradicates heavy metals from water without the use of filters or the addition of separation


Hydrocyclones for Oil in Water Separation
Norwegian Technology designs hydrocyclon packages for oil in water separation. Our system holds flexibility on flow by easy operation. We can activate or deactivate liners in the package to optimize separation efficiency for a given feed flow. The package can be customized with the possibility to inject de-oiling chemicals or heating units in front.


Norwegian Technology delivers customized centrifuge packages in frames or containers with the possibility to implement heating and water/sludge enhancing separation agents.

Membrane Separation Units
Norwegian Technology designs membrane separation units for water and gas purification/separation. We can perform actual testing for clients with Micro Filtration, Nano Filtration, Ultra filtration and Reverse Osmosis.

We have a close corporation with the University of Stavanger, Norway, related to research and development of new and improved membrane separation equipment and techniques.



Biological Treatment Units(Mobile and stationary)

Norwegian Technology designs, builds and operates biological treatment plants for both projects and fixed installations. We deliver aerobic and anaerobic reactor for industrial water treatment by Activated Sludge or Fixed Film Bioreactors reactors. Our mobile bio units are available for rental with operational services.

Smart Water

In Norwegian Technology, we are developing solutions that can give the desired water composition by pre-treating produced water and some seawater for final treatment with membranes for re-injection.

Benefits with the Norwegian Technology’s solution is that the produced water is being «reused» for Enhanced Oil Recovery.


About Smart Water
Since mid-1990s, there has been an improved chemical understanding of wettability alteration in carbonates. A chemical mechanism has been described explaining in detail why seawater acts as a smart EOR-fluid in high temperature carbonate reservoirs. A symbiotic interaction between potential determining ions in seawater (Ca2+, Mg2+, and SO42-) and the carbonate surface adsorbed by carboxylic material from the oil increases the water wetness of the rock. The positive capillary forces increases and water imbibes spontaneously into the matrix and displaces the oil, which is very important in natural oil-wet fractured carbonate reservoirs.

The Ekofisk field in the North Sea is a typical example of the success of seawater injection. The reservoir is highly fractured and mixed wet, which pointed against injection of water. The recovery is now estimated to reach 50-55% of original oil in place (OOIP), compared to 18% at the very beginning.

The efficiency of seawater can even be improved by removing NaCl and spike the injection fluid with sulfate.

Sulfate is the key ion acting as a catalyst for the wettability alteration. Some carbonate reservoirs also contain anhydrite, CaSO4(s), in the matrix. Under such conditions, an EOR effect by injecting low salinity water can also be observed in carbonates. For a sandstone reservoir, a different seawater composition may be required.






Renewable Energy

With the Norwegian Technology’s developed solution «Biogas from oil and gas industry can be cleaned and upgraded to natural gas standards when it becomes bio methane».


About Biogas
Biogas typically refers to a mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas can be produced from regionally available raw materials such as recycled waste. It is a renewable energy source and in many cases exerts a very small carbon footprint.

Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion with anaerobic bacteria or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as manure, sewage, municipal waste and more recently hazardous waste material from industry. It is primarily methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and small amounts of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), moisture and siloxanes.

The gases methane, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide (CO) can be combusted or oxidized with oxygen. This energy release allows biogas to be used as a fuel; it can be used for any heating purpose, such as cooking. It can also be used in a gas engine to convert the energy in the gas into electricity and heat.

Biogas can be compressed, the same way natural gas is compressed to CNG, and used to power cars. In the United Kingdom and Norway, for example, biogas is estimated to have the potential to replace around 17% of vehicle fuel. It qualifies for renewable energy subsidies in some parts of the world.