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Cubility at Aquatech Amsterdam 2021

Cubility
at Aquatech Amsterdam 2021

Cubility is happy to announce that we are participating at this year’s Aquatech Amsterdam Tradeshow from November 2 – 5.

Cubility is happy to announce that we are participating at this year’s Aquatech Amsterdam Tradeshow from November 2 – 5. This is of the leading global Expos for water technology, where you can find enthusiastic water professionals from all over the world in the exciting city of Amsterdam. We will be there with our team, happy to meet you and show our PureCube at the stand 05.415.
We look forward to meeting both existing and new customers from the water and wastewater industry and present our PureCube product and share the features and our experience with further details.

CUBILITY AT AQUATECH AMSTERDAM 2021

Cubility
at Aquatech Amsterdam 2021

Cubility is happy to announce that we are participating at this year’s Aquatech Amsterdam Tradeshow from November 2 – 5.

Cubility is happy to announce that we are participating at this year’s Aquatech Amsterdam Tradeshow from November 2 – 5. This is of the leading global Expos for water technology, where you can find enthusiastic water professionals from all over the world in the exciting city of Amsterdam. We will be there with our team, happy to meet you and show our PureCube at the stand 05.415.
We look forward to meeting both existing and new customers from the water and wastewater industry and present our PureCube product and share the features and our experience with further details.

 

CarbonZero Release

Cubility CarbonZero Release

Cubility’s MudCube Delivers Reduced Emissions
of 43% Onshore and 42% Offshore

According to New Report Cubility Estimates that Customers Saw CO2
Emissions Reductions of 21,222 mT in 2020 Using the MudCube

Cubility’s MudCube solid control solution reduces waste treatment emissions associated with drilling by 43% onshore and 42% offshore compared to traditional shale shakers.

These were the results of a report commissioned by Cubility and carried out by UK-based consultancy Carbon-Zero (https://www.carbon-zero.uk). The report’s goal was to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and carbon emissions savings through using the MudCube solution compared to traditional shale shakers in solids separation.

Based on this report, Cubility estimates that its customers saw CO2 emission reductions of 21,221 metric tonnes (mT) and 13,037 mT in waste reductions during 2020 with the MudCube as compared to traditional shale shakers.

The report also calculated that the reduction in waste treatment emissions through the MudCube when landfilled would be 75% onshore and 76% offshore compared to shale shakers and that there was a 35% reduction in actual waste. Said Kai Preben Sæveland, CEO of Cubility: “At Cubility, we have a clear mission – to deliver innovative technologies that outperform our customers’ expectations for efficiency and value for money, while at the same time mitigate environmental impacts in order to create a brighter and more sustainable future. We are therefore delighted to have independent confirmation of the role the MudCube is playing in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

Launched by Cubility in 2012, the MudCube is the first fully enclosed, lightweight solid control system for all types of drilling fluids, providing an alternative to traditional shale shakers. The MudCube uses light vibration with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt to separate all types of drilling fluids from drilled solids.

The Onshore Well Scenario
When analysing an onshore well scenario, Carbon-Zero found that by reducing waste volumes through a MudCube, waste treatment emissions associated with drilling are reduced by approximately 43% when disposed via the oil recovery process, and 75% when landfilled (see figure 1).

Figure1

 

The primary source of greenhouse gas emissions savings is achieved through the retention of drilling mud which reduces the requirement of producing additional mud and shipping this to the site. There is a secondary saving through the reduction in weight and quantity of waste cuttings and mud, and is seen both in the reduction in associated transport and in any third party waste treatment requirements.

In order to provide an appropriate comparison of the two systems, an identical baseline scenario. The well site was assumed to be in the Permian Basin, Texas, USA at a total water depth of 3,300 meters with the average total weight of cuttings produced per well 1139.7mt. The waste produced was to have a ratio split of 70/15/15% of powdered rock/water/oil. In this scenario, water would be treated and discharged on site with oil transferred to a third party site 5 km from the treatment site.

The Offshore Well Scenario
When analysing an offshore well scenario, Carbon-Zero calculated that by reducing the quantity of waste created in the drilling process, the MudCube is able to reduce the emissions associated with the waste transport and treatment by approximately 42%, when compared to using a shale shaker and when disposed via the oil recovery process, and 76% when landfilled (see figure 2).


Figure2

 

In this case, the primary source of greenhouse gas emissions emissions savings is achieved through the reduction in weight and quantity of waste cuttings and mud, and is seen both in the reduction in associated transport and in any third party onshore waste processing requirements. There is a secondary saving through the retention of drilling mud which reduces the requirement of producing additional mud and shipping this to the site.

As with the onshore scenario, the same identical baseline scenario was applied with platform distance from the shore 264 km, total water depth 3,600 meters and Average total weight of cuttings produced per well – 1274.3mt. It was also determined that the waste produced would have a ratio split of 70/15/15% of powdered rock/water/oil.

Carbon-Zero is an accounting, sustainability and energy efficiency consultancy based in the UK that assists businesses around the world, on their transition to an environmentally and economically sustainable future. Carbon-Zero has over 30 years’ experience working in industry and major projects across a variety of business sectors.

About Cubility
Cubility was established in 2005, with the ambition of developing an innovative and revolutionary replacement for the traditional ‘shaker’ systems that dominated drilling operations in the oil and gas sector. The result of this development work was the MudCube, which was first introduced to the industry on a commercial basis in 2012. On the basis of this success, Cubility has expanded its core technology into other industries.

Cubility is based in Sandnes, Norway, has an office in Moscow, Russia and has distribution partners across all the world. Cubility is owned by the private equity firm Triton Partners.

For Further Information & For Copies of the Report
Cubility AS
Knut Haga
Head of Corporate Governance
kh@cubility.com

CUBILITY CARBONZERO RELEASE

Cubility CarbonZero Release

Cubility’s MudCube Delivers Reduced Emissions of 43% Onshore and 42% Offshore

According to New Report Cubility Estimates that Customers Saw CO2
Emissions Reductions of 21,222 mT in 2020 Using the MudCube

Cubility’s MudCube solid control solution reduces waste treatment emissions associated with drilling by 43% onshore and 42% offshore compared to traditional shale shakers.

These were the results of a report commissioned by Cubility and carried out by UK-based consultancy Carbon-Zero (https://www.carbon-zero.uk). The report’s goal was to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and carbon emissions savings through using the MudCube solution compared to traditional shale shakers in solids separation.

Based on this report, Cubility estimates that its customers saw CO2 emission reductions of 21,221 metric tonnes (mT) and 13,037 mT in waste reductions during 2020 with the MudCube as compared to traditional shale shakers.

The report also calculated that the reduction in waste treatment emissions through the MudCube when landfilled would be 75% onshore and 76% offshore compared to shale shakers and that there was a 35% reduction in actual waste. Said Kai Preben Sæveland, CEO of Cubility: “At Cubility, we have a clear mission – to deliver innovative technologies that outperform our customers’ expectations for efficiency and value for money, while at the same time mitigate environmental impacts in order to create a brighter and more sustainable future. We are therefore delighted to have independent confirmation of the role the MudCube is playing in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

Launched by Cubility in 2012, the MudCube is the first fully enclosed, lightweight solid control system for all types of drilling fluids, providing an alternative to traditional shale shakers. The MudCube uses light vibration with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt to separate all types of drilling fluids from drilled solids.

The Onshore Well Scenario
When analysing an onshore well scenario, Carbon-Zero found that by reducing waste volumes through a MudCube, waste treatment emissions associated with drilling are reduced by approximately 43% when disposed via the oil recovery process, and 75% when landfilled (see figure 1).

Figure1

The primary source of greenhouse gas emissions savings is achieved through the retention of drilling mud which reduces the requirement of producing additional mud and shipping this to the site. There is a secondary saving through the reduction in weight and quantity of waste cuttings and mud, and is seen both in the reduction in associated transport and in any third party waste treatment requirements.

In order to provide an appropriate comparison of the two systems, an identical baseline scenario. The well site was assumed to be in the Permian Basin, Texas, USA at a total water depth of 3,300 meters with the average total weight of cuttings produced per well 1139.7mt. The waste produced was to have a ratio split of 70/15/15% of powdered rock/water/oil. In this scenario, water would be treated and discharged on site with oil transferred to a third party site 5 km from the treatment site.

The Offshore Well Scenario
When analysing an offshore well scenario, Carbon-Zero calculated that by reducing the quantity of waste created in the drilling process, the MudCube is able to reduce the emissions associated with the waste transport and treatment by approximately 42%, when compared to using a shale shaker and when disposed via the oil recovery process, and 76% when landfilled (see figure 2).


Figure2

In this case, the primary source of greenhouse gas emissions emissions savings is achieved through the reduction in weight and quantity of waste cuttings and mud, and is seen both in the reduction in associated transport and in any third party onshore waste processing requirements. There is a secondary saving through the retention of drilling mud which reduces the requirement of producing additional mud and shipping this to the site.

As with the onshore scenario, the same identical baseline scenario was applied with platform distance from the shore 264 km, total water depth 3,600 meters and Average total weight of cuttings produced per well – 1274.3mt. It was also determined that the waste produced would have a ratio split of 70/15/15% of powdered rock/water/oil.

Carbon-Zero is an accounting, sustainability and energy efficiency consultancy based in the UK that assists businesses around the world, on their transition to an environmentally and economically sustainable future. Carbon-Zero has over 30 years’ experience working in industry and major projects across a variety of business sectors.

About Cubility
Cubility was established in 2005, with the ambition of developing an innovative and revolutionary replacement for the traditional ‘shaker’ systems that dominated drilling operations in the oil and gas sector. The result of this development work was the MudCube, which was first introduced to the industry on a commercial basis in 2012. On the basis of this success, Cubility has expanded its core technology into other industries.

Cubility is based in Sandnes, Norway, has an office in Moscow, Russia and has distribution partners across all the world. Cubility is owned by the private equity firm Triton Partners.

For Further Information & For Copies of the Report
Cubility AS
Knut Haga
Head of Corporate Governance
kh@cubility.com

AQUA NOR

AQUA NOR
in Norway

Only 3 weeks to AQUA NOR in Norway
- The World’s largest Aquaculture Technology Exhibition!

We look forward seeing you soon in Trondheim at our A2-015 booth!

We look forward discussing our PureCube® product which combines high frequency vibrations with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt, offering an unprecedented separation, sludge thickening and dewatering capability within one compact unit.We look forward seeing you soon in Trondheim at our A2-015 booth!

Since 1979, Aqua Nor has been an important international meeting place for the aquaculture industry, and it is today the world’s largest aquaculture technology exhibition. In recent years, the Aqua Nor exhibition has drawn about 25,000 visitors from up to 76 nations to its halls. All the latest innovations of importance are presented to the industry.

The aquaculture industry has grown tremendously during the years since Aqua Nor first opened, and technology, processes and services related to farming salmon, marine species, molluscs etc are represented at Aqua Nor. All the major aquaculture nations are present, either as exhibitors, visitors, or in official delegations.

AQUA NOR
IN NORWAY

AQUA NOR
in Norway

Only 3 weeks to AQUA NOR in Norway The World’s largest Aquaculture Technology Exhibition!

We look forward seeing you soon in Trondheim at our A2-015 booth!

We look forward discussing our PureCube® product which combines high frequency vibrations with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt, offering an unprecedented separation, sludge thickening and dewatering capability within one compact unit.We look forward seeing you soon in Trondheim at our A2-015 booth!

Since 1979, Aqua Nor has been an important international meeting place for the aquaculture industry, and it is today the world’s largest aquaculture technology exhibition. In recent years, the Aqua Nor exhibition has drawn about 25,000 visitors from up to 76 nations to its halls. All the latest innovations of importance are presented to the industry.

The aquaculture industry has grown tremendously during the years since Aqua Nor first opened, and technology, processes and services related to farming salmon, marine species, molluscs etc are represented at Aqua Nor. All the major aquaculture nations are present, either as exhibitors, visitors, or in official delegations.

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Busy days at Cubility’s Test Center

Busy days
at Cubility’s Test Center

Trying out new features on the MudCubes

Located close to the main offices, assembly-plant & warehouse, we find Cubility’s Test Center

Located close to the main offices, assembly-plant & warehouse, we find Cubility’s Test Center where our team is working diligently trying out new features on the MudCubes. Visitors are impressed with the professionalism and scale they find in the two fully equipped test cabins with attached control-rooms which includes large screens and instruments for remote control and inside camara-view from the Cubes.

This Center is equipped with capacities to create a realistic test environment with different liquid- flows up to 4500 LPM (1200 GPM) and temperatures ranging up to 85 °C (185 °F). The fluid can be mixed with any type of solids to measure separation effectiveness.


Experienced gained from this in-house extensive testing over the years has given Cubility the possibility for efficient R & D and new releases of the MudCube product into both the domestic and international marketplace. Right now, the team are also busy assembling another MudCube for the test-fleet, for pilot projects which will kick-off this summer within exciting new wastewater applications.

Busy days
at Cubility’s Test Center

Busy days
at Cubility’s Test Center

Trying out new features on the MudCubes

Located close to the main offices, assembly-plant & warehouse, we find Cubility’s Test Center

Located close to the main offices, assembly-plant & warehouse, we find Cubility’s Test Center where our team is working diligently trying out new features on the MudCubes. Visitors are impressed with the professionalism and scale they find in the two fully equipped test cabins with attached control-rooms which includes large screens and instruments for remote control and inside camara-view from the Cubes.

This Center is equipped with capacities to create a realistic test environment with different liquid- flows up to 4500 LPM (1200 GPM) and temperatures ranging up to 85 °C (185 °F). The fluid can be mixed with any type of solids to measure separation effectiveness.


Experienced gained from this in-house extensive testing over the years has given Cubility the possibility for efficient R & D and new releases of the MudCube product into both the domestic and international marketplace. Right now, the team are also busy assembling another MudCube for the test-fleet, for pilot projects which will kick-off this summer within exciting new wastewater applications.

Chinese Release

Cubility Chinese Release

CUBILITY SECURES CHINESE CONTRACT FOR 24 MUDCUBES

Contract Sees Over 200 Sales of the MudCube Worldwide

Sandnes (Norway), June 2, 2021 – Cubility AS (“Cubility”), a leading provider of solids control solutions, has secured a contract for the delivery of 24 MudCube solid control systems to Baoji Oilfield Machinery Co., Ltd. (BOMCO) in China. BOMCO is a leading research & development manufacturing enterprise fully owned by China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).

Delivery will take place during the second quarter of 2021 and marks the second largest delivery of MudCubes to BOMCO, following an earlier shipment of 10 MudCubes in 2020. The units provided from Cubility will be deployed for onshore operation with Sinopec and CNPC, two of China’s largest oilfield operators. “Across the world, Cubility customers are seeing improved and more sustainable workforce and business practices in solids control through significant cost savings and a minimizing of exposure to waste and negative environmental impacts. We are delighted that BOMCO will be enjoying these benefits.” said Kai Preben Sæveland, CEO of Cubility.

His words were backed up by VP of Sales at Cubility, Arne Thomas Haaland: “That we are see continued interest from Chinese companies is testament to the MudCubes’ strong performance, reliability, and growing market relevance as we now go over 200 MudCube sales across the globe. This international growth will underpin our ability to innovate further into new service areas and applications.” Launched by Cubility in 2012, the MudCube is the first fully enclosed, lightweight solid control system for all types of drilling fluids. It replaces the traditional shale shaker, but only uses one tenth of the G-forces and avoids generating fines in the filtration process. The MudCube primary solids control technology is using light vibration with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt to separate all types of drilling fluids from drilled solids. Originally focused on the offshore oil & gas industry, the MudCube is now predominantly installed in onshore drilling operations. The solution is also gaining traction in applications outside the oil and gas industry, such as dewatering and waste management.

About Cubility
ubility, established in 2005, is a company providing the MudCube – a competitive product for filtration, solids control and waste treatment for various applications. Cubility has delivered commercial MudCubes since 2012. Cublity reduces carbon footprint and costs while optimizing solids control. With optimized separation, the company´s clients maximize recycling and reduce waste levels while securing a safe working environment Cubility is based in Sandnes, Norway, and has sales office in Russia, as well as distribution partners across all the major oil & gas producing regions. It is owned by the private equity firm Triton Partners.


For Further Information
Cubility AS
Arne Thomas Haaland, VP Sales
sales@cubility.com

 

CUBILITY CHINESE RELEASE

Cubility Chinese Release

CUBILITY SECURES CHINESE CONTRACT FOR 24 MUDCUBES

Contract Sees Over 200 Sales of the MudCube Worldwide

Sandnes (Norway), June 2, 2021 – Cubility AS (“Cubility”), a leading provider of solids control solutions, has secured a contract for the delivery of 24 MudCube solid control systems to Baoji Oilfield Machinery Co., Ltd. (BOMCO) in China. BOMCO is a leading research & development manufacturing enterprise fully owned by China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).

Delivery will take place during the second quarter of 2021 and marks the second largest delivery of MudCubes to BOMCO, following an earlier shipment of 10 MudCubes in 2020. The units provided from Cubility will be deployed for onshore operation with Sinopec and CNPC, two of China’s largest oilfield operators. “Across the world, Cubility customers are seeing improved and more sustainable workforce and business practices in solids control through significant cost savings and a minimizing of exposure to waste and negative environmental impacts. We are delighted that BOMCO will be enjoying these benefits.” said Kai Preben Sæveland, CEO of Cubility.

His words were backed up by VP of Sales at Cubility, Arne Thomas Haaland: “That we are see continued interest from Chinese companies is testament to the MudCubes’ strong performance, reliability, and growing market relevance as we now go over 200 MudCube sales across the globe. This international growth will underpin our ability to innovate further into new service areas and applications.” Launched by Cubility in 2012, the MudCube is the first fully enclosed, lightweight solid control system for all types of drilling fluids. It replaces the traditional shale shaker, but only uses one tenth of the G-forces and avoids generating fines in the filtration process. The MudCube primary solids control technology is using light vibration with high air flow through a rotating filterbelt to separate all types of drilling fluids from drilled solids. Originally focused on the offshore oil & gas industry, the MudCube is now predominantly installed in onshore drilling operations. The solution is also gaining traction in applications outside the oil and gas industry, such as dewatering and waste management.

About Cubility
ubility, established in 2005, is a company providing the MudCube – a competitive product for filtration, solids control and waste treatment for various applications. Cubility has delivered commercial MudCubes since 2012. Cublity reduces carbon footprint and costs while optimizing solids control. With optimized separation, the company´s clients maximize recycling and reduce waste levels while securing a safe working environment Cubility is based in Sandnes, Norway, and has sales office in Russia, as well as distribution partners across all the major oil & gas producing regions. It is owned by the private equity firm Triton Partners.

For Further Information
Cubility AS
Arne Thomas Haaland, VP Sales
sales@cubility.com