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Eye of Riyadh
Environment & Energy | Sunday 18 January, 2015 9:50 am |

Adionics adapts its AquaOmnes® disruptive desalination technology to existing desalination plants and to the oil and gas industry.

Adionics is pleased to announce, while taking part in the IWS 2015 exhibition in Abu Dhabi, the launch of variants of its AquaOmnes technology for existing plants by valuing their brines and for the oil and gas industry.

Adionics introduced AquaOmnes on the occasion of the last IFAT fair (Munich, May 2014); this technology removes salts from water by liquid-liquid extraction without the scaling barrier. A first pilot unit is being implemented in the United Arab Emirates.

These new variants of AquaOmnes mean we can:

propose a solution designed to desalinate brines from existing plants, making possible a significant improvement in water conversion rates and in the plant's energy consumption without needing to engage in costly studies and major modifications;
and propose a desalination solution that is robust, more cost-effective, more compact, that works at ambient pressure and that makes it possible to highly concentrate the waste, thus meeting numerous technical, financial and environmental requirements of oil and gas producers, particularly offshore.

It's important to remember that Adionics' technology reduces a plant's costs by nearly 30% in terms of CAPEX and at least 50% in terms of OPEX, compared to best-of-breed desalination solutions.

In this context, Adionics' ambition is to conclude partnership agreements in the Gulf region and to have a local representation in the United Arab Emirates in 2015.

Adionics attends at the IWS 2015 exhibition in Abu Dhabi (January 19 – 22). Come and see us on booth 4415.
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