Drilling Mud Waste Management
Drilling Mud Waste Management system of Kosun is well recognized by customer at home and abroad.
Drilling is the sheer process undertaken to extract oil and gas from the earth for commercial and industrial use. It is actually a trillion dollar industry that is important for each and every country.
Over the past few years, the processes or drilling activities have increases subsequently, thanks to the ever rising demand for fuels and gases. With increases level of drilling activities, there occurred another problem, the drilling waste generated also increased manifold. So in the present world with much importance given to ideas of sustainability and limited use of exhaustible resources, effective drilling mud waste management also came to the spotlight.
As a result of all these developments, most companies undertaking these activities irrespective of whether they are government funded or private shifted towards better technologies and techniques to better safeguard the environment.
This was done mainly through the effective disposal of drilling waste that can cause great harm to the environment. Although all these methods and equipments were set up, the companies needed someone to ensure proper functioning of all these.
This is the role of a drilling mud waste management engineer in extraction companies. He acts as a supervisor and ensures proper drilling waste management and handling, right from the initial phases to their disposal.
He/she hired for the job is responsible for ensuring proper functioning of all process related to waste management and subsequent disposal. In the initial phases, where the solid and fuel wastes are separated from the oil and gas extracted, these engineers ensure no spillage or leakage in the machinery and that all these wastes are efficiently collected for transportation.
The transportation and subsequent disposal is also kept under check by these professionals. He/she undertaking the job also needs to have sufficient knowledge and skill for tackling any challenges that may stand in the way.