From GE Analytical Instruments
The Global Petroleum Research Institute (GPRI) at Texas
A&M University-College Station regularly conducts
laboratory research studies on various oil and gas
produced wastewaters with varying sample matrices.
The GPRI tests samples at different shale and oil
producing formations using a mobile laboratory, which
houses a pilot-scale treatment system for identifying
the best treatment options for hydraulic fracturing
(frac) and produced water reuse.
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