heater-treater

heater-treater

[′hēd·ər ‚trēd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
A unit for heating an oil-and-water emulsion and then removing the water and gas.
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All of the surface equipment, tanks, beam pump, separator and heater-treater are on site and are expected to be installed in the next two weeks, after which production will be initiated.
The surface facilities are largely complete with the beam pump, tanks, separator, and heater-treater all installed.
However, equipment like heater-treater, separators etc.
These facilities include permanent tanks, a heater-treater and a flare stack.
We also completed expansion of our production capacity through the construction and installation of a heater-treater battery with a planned daily throughput of up to 3,500 barrels of fluid per day, a capacity that is expected to be reached by mid-year 2006.
A new, central heater-treater facility capable of up to 3,500 boe/d of fluid production is now fully installed and operational at our Mantario field in southeast Saskatchewan.
We are presently in the process of expanding our production capacity through the construction and installation of a heater-treater battery with a planned daily capacity of up to 3,500 barrels of fluid per day (oil and/or water).
Inspections at Bay de Chene have shown the field has incurred damage to a generator, a heater-treater, piping and wiring and some slight building damage.
Tenders are invited for supply, installation & commissioning of burner management system (bms) for heater-treaters at ahmedabad asset
Common oilfield applications include wellhead hookups, flow lines, production headers, produced water lines, heater-treaters, separators, tank battery and salt water disposal, among others.