Enviro Voraxial, SRM join to push separation technology into oil industry
The agreement provides for SRM to engineer and assemble systems using one or more Voraxial Separators to improve the separation of oil, gas, and water as the flow mixtures are pumped from oil wells and offshore platforms. Additionally, SMR, guided by its president Randy Miller, will assist EVTN's sales and marketing program of the Voraxial separator in the exploration & production and refinery industries...
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Oct. 28, 2004 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- Enviro Voraxial Technology Inc. has formalized its relationship with SRM International of Houston to assist in advancing the Voraxial® technology into the oil industry.
The agreement provides for SRM to engineer and assemble systems using one or more Voraxial Separators to improve the separation of oil, gas, and water as the flow mixtures are pumped from oil wells and offshore platforms. Additionally, SMR, guided by its president Randy Miller, will assist EVTN's sales and marketing program of the Voraxial separator in the exploration & production and refinery industries.
Randy Miller, CEO of SRM, has extensive experience in designing turn-key systems for an extensive list of satisfied customers in the oil industry. Miller has performed numerous projects for both the major and independent oil companies, including process modification, offshore operations, offshore platforms and pipeline installations and capital plant acquisition. Further, he was the president of one of the preeminent produced water oil separation companies in the world, a market EVTN is aggressively pursuing.
"In my 25 years in the oil industry, I have successfully introduced new technology into the oil industry and look forward to working with EVTN and the Voraxial technology," said Miller. "I have seen a great reaction from not only my engineers but also from the potential customers that have seen the technology, including those at the Permian Basin Int'l Oil Show, and am convinced that the Voraxial Separator will be successful in the oil industry. The Voraxial Separator is an exciting new technology that will significantly benefit the oil industry by increasing the efficiency and decreasing the cost to conduct separation. It will have a profound result on the customer's bottom line."
"Randy Miller will focus and supplement our marketing and sales efforts in the oil exploration, production, refining and oil recovery industries," stated Alberto DiBella, CEO of Enviro Voraxial. "Randy Miller will also work with our engineers to prepare detailed responses to the many oil industry requests for proposals we are receiving for Voraxial Separation Systems."
About Enviro Voraxial Technology
Enviro Voraxial Technology Inc.'s patented Voraxial Separator is a cost-efficient, continuous flow separator that simultaneously separates liquid/liquid, liquid/solid or liquid/liquid/solid mixtures at extremely high flow rates while achieving very high levels of purity. The advantage of the Voraxial Separator over conventional technologies is in its ability to produce a real-time, high "g" centrifugal force to yield a high-purity product or products at a volume of 3 gpm to over 10,000 gpm. The technology is scaleable and nearly universal in its implementation.
Although it's applicable to almost any industry separation process, the company is focusing its near-term efforts in these four vertical markets: municipal wastewater industry, oil exploration and production, oil refineries, and manufacturing. It has begun the sales and marketing efforts in these markets with: 1) the installation of the Voraxial Grit Separator demonstration for the removal of sand and grit at Hillsborough County Wastewater Facility in Tampa, Fla., 2) unit delivery to an oil-service company that not only performs wastewater treatment for offshore oil production platforms, but also provides services for industrial applications, 3) unit delivery to an environmental service company for liquid/liquid and liquid/solid separation at the refineries in Colorado and Wyoming, and 4) unit delivery to Canadian mining company for recovery of oil-based processing solutions.