Eunisell advances spill prevention technology on marginal fields

IN a bid to further strengthen its track record in health, safety and environment, Eunisell Solutions has introduced a secondary tank containment system on its production facilities to further minimize oil spill in the country.

According to the Chief Executive Officer, Dickson Okotie, this is in line with the company’s commitment to the health and safety of its staff and the growing need to find more innovative ways to protect the environment especially where containment of environmentally hazardous fluids are stored within its production facilities.

He explained that the secondary containment system is designed to withstand fluid pressures resulting from rapid fluid fill from a non-catastrophic failure of up to 15,000 barrel of oil. “The design is such that the surface mounted containment system can safely contain the internal fluid pressure, should a spill occur and also withstand high wind speeds without loss of contained fluids. The tanks are perfect in today’s world for crude oil because they are designed with a proprietary blend of polyurea impregnated geotextiles and a state-of-the-art, high-performance elastomeric materials that provide tough, flexible, resilient products.

At Eunisell, we continue to introduce innovative ways of getting things done more efficiently while meeting the standards laid down by the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency” he concluded.

The company has maintained an 18 year record of a high level health, safety and environment protection policy. It has also recorded no loss time incident in its operations on the central processing facilities built and managed for marginal field operators in the country.

Eunisell Solutions is an African focused oil service company bringing world class solutions to the continent. In particular, Eunisell offers accelerated field development solutions to Nigerian oil and gas marginal fields.

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