Polymeric scale inhibitor to be presented at UK oil industry event

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Sept. 10, 2013 -- BWA Water Additives' Dr. Colin Hogan will present a technical paper entitled, "Improved Scale Control, Hydrothermal and Environmental Properties with New Maleic Polymer Chemistry Suitable for Downhole and Topside Applications," at the Chemistry in the Oil Industry XIII Conference at the Manchester, UK Conference Centre, Nov. 4-6, 2013.

The BWA presentation, which highlights the industry's latest innovation in high performance and biodegradable polymeric scale inhibitor options, will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 11:30AM GMT. Headquartered in Manchester, UK, BWA Water Additives will also exhibit at the conference. BWA technology experts and marketing managers will be on-site to answer questions on the latest advances in high performance polymeric scale inhibition, including BWA's new biodegradable Flocon 885® scale inhibitor for RO membranes, as well as the superior scale inhibition and hydrothermal stability of the Bellasol® S65. 

BWA is also co-sponsoring the conference's dinner & wine event on Nov. 5, at 8PM GMT. The conference is organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry and co-sponsored by the Oilfield Specialty Chemicals Association.

BWA Water Additives is a provider in sustainable water treatment technologies since 1973.

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