Integrated Environmental Technologies continues oil market penetration with sale
The sale of the Eca-Flo Model 40 smaller volume, anolyte producer to Yates Petroleum, the largest petroleum industry producer in New Mexico, is part of IEVM's plan for moving further into the petroleum industry with EcaFlo equipment that meets customer needs for treatment of source water, produced water and "frac" fluids...
LITTLE RIVER, SC, Aug. 31, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Integrated Environmental Technologies Ltd. announced the sale of an EcaFlo™ Model 40 to Yates Petroleum, the largest petroleum industry producer in the state of New Mexico. The sale of this 4-FEM, smaller volume, anolyte producer to another petroleum production company is part of IEVM's plan for moving further into the petroleum industry with EcaFlo equipment that meets customer needs for treatment of source water, produced water and "frac" fluids.
Anolyte, produced by IEVM's EcaFlo equipment, effectively controls bacteria in small, medium and large volumes in an economically viable and environmentally responsible manner. Yates Petroleum of Artesia, NM, has agreed to provide IEVM with "hands on" data relative to the Model 40's capabilities to treat water from multiple sources. This data is anticipated to be invaluable to IEVM in furthering the unit's design and developing engineering abilities for producing future EcaFlo units.
IEVM President and CEO, Bill Prince, commented, "As our new petroleum industry customers receive and start operating their EcaFlo equipment, we are learning more and more about their needs and field applications for the technology. We apply this new information to designing and building additional prototype equipment that will continue to meet the needs of future customers. Our equipment is being effectively utilized to 'green up' the petroleum industry's operations by eliminating microorganisms with reliably-produced anolyte solutions, ensuring that drilling and production operations are not negatively impacted by bacteria, yet with complete confidence that the environment is not being damaged by the use of heavily regulated chemicals."
Integrated Environmental Technologies Inc. (www.ietusa.net) is located near Myrtle Beach in Little River, S.C., where it has a 14,000 square foot production facility. Its wholly owned operating subsidiary I.E.T. Inc. is licensed in the United States by Electro-Chemical Technologies Ltd. to design, market, sell and assemble equipment under the EcaFlo name brand. This specially designed and built equipment produces reliable, environmentally friendly solutions, through the electro-chemical activation process (ECA), that effectively control bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microorganisms without harming the environment.