ParaFlow Energy Solutions LLC is a provider of innovative patented and trade secret compositions having applicability in upstream, midstream, and downstream crude oil processes.
ParaFlow® HE-508MM, ParaFlow HE-1507A, and ParaFlow HE-6400 form the core of the company’s multifunctional product offering in the area of paraffin and asphaltene treatment chemistries as well as emulsion breakers, solids and iron drop-out additives.
ParaFlow chemistries have:
- Found utility in compositions designed to mitigate flow assurance challenges associated with paraffinic and asphaltenic crudes.
- Been selected as components in effective emulsion breaker/demulsifier compositions where achieving low BS&W, minimizing rag layer formation, and removal of iron sulfide and other sulfide metal salts are desirable.
- Shown efficacy in the processing of refinery slop oil and petroleum sludge found in crude oil storage tanks, truck and rail car heels where the objective is to recover valuable hydrocarbons while minimizing waste.
While ParaFlow Energy Solutions is not a service provider, we are able to collaborate with your preferred service provider to introduce our chemistries so that they can be incorporated in treatments designed to address your specific challenges. We are also available to provide application recommendations to companies that maintain a captive service capability.
Since company inception and acquisition of the unique intellectual property associated with the ParaFlow chemistries, the continuing evolution of the product line toward next generation product categories has been underway in the laboratories of affiliate DeForest Enterprises in Boca Raton, FL, the same location where DeForest has been developing specialty surfactant, hydrotrope, and corrosion inhibitor technology for over 20 years.
The ParaFlow products are produced in the class-leading assets of affiliate Royal Chemical Company with US based manufacturing plants in Texas, California, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Ohio, having a collective production capacity exceeding 400 million pounds annually.