Oil Treatment & Recovery

By: Palko Energy  09-12-2011
Keywords: Oil, Oil Recovery, Waste Oil

Palko’s Water, Energy and Recovery strategy is committed to providing superior value to our customers through the recovery of resources from hydrocarbon related waste.

Currently Palko’s oil treatment and recovery services include:

  • Waste Oil Recovery
  • Custom Treating (Oil Emulsions) – Facility service and DSU onsite processing
  • Crude Oil terminalling
  • Marketing and Shipping

Palko is currently commissioning mobile onsite oil treatment technology. It has proven to be a technically and commercially valid approach to treating off-spec oil. From Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) operations in the oil sands as well as conventional heavy and even lighter density crude that exhibit emulsified water and or residual solids through all phases of a wells production life.

  • Palko provides a completely portable, fully staffed self contained processing skid
  • Oil volumes stay on site for the customer
  • The unit is completely sealed, enabling processing of gassy (LEL and H2S) fluids
  • PLC connected Micro Motion for high quality measurement and automated control

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Keywords: Oil, Oil Recovery, Oil Treatment, Waste Oil

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Waste Management

A combination of processing technology, heat, time and pressure is used to separate these waste streams into three components: water, solids and oil. Palko’s oil and gas waste receiving, processing and disposal facilities are located in and around major producing fields and new development areas. Palko prides itself on improving truck turn-around times helping to reduce the overall cost to our customers.



The illustration also breaks out the lifecycle of a well into drilling, completions, fracturing, production, servicing and abandonment activities, and shows that the waste streams generated from these activities contain water, oil and solids. This water drop represents the intensity of water during the lifecycle of an oil and gas well, and the opportunity for oil and gas produced water and waste water to be treated for potential reuse.