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Clayton B Maugans

from Fort Worth, TX
Age ~48

Clayton Maugans Phones & Addresses

  • Fort Worth, TX
  • 3902 29Th St, Bryan, TX 77802
  • 919 Hamilton St, Wausau, WI 54403
  • 509 Seymour St, Wausau, WI 54403
  • College Station, TX
  • Decatur, TX
  • Rothschild, WI
  • Lake Jackson, TX
  • 2225 Edwin St, Fort Worth, TX 76110

Work

Company: Select energy services Nov 2011 to 2012 Address: Fort Worth, TX Position: Water technologies specialist

Education

Degree: Ph.D. School / High School: Texas A&M University 1995 to 1999 Specialities: Chemical Engineering

Interests

Hiking, Camping, National Parks, Big Brother/Big Sister, Hunting, Target Shooting, Travel

Industries

Oil & Energy

Resumes

Resumes

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Water Technologies Specialist At Select Energy Services

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Position:
Water Technologies Specialist at Select Energy Services
Location:
Fort Worth, Texas
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Work:
Select Energy Services - Fort Worth, Texas since Nov 2011
Water Technologies Specialist

Siemens Water Technologies 2010 - 2011
Global Project Manager

Siemens Water Technologies Jan 2009 - Nov 2011
Manager of R&D Project Managers

Siemens Water Technologies Nov 1999 - 2011
Hydrothermal Research Specialist

Siemens Water Technologies 2004 - 2006
Field Engineering
Education:
Texas A&M University 1995 - 1999
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering
Texas A&M University 1989 - 1994
B.S., Chemical Engineering
Interests:
Hiking, Camping, National Parks, Big Brother/Big Sister, Hunting, Target Shooting, Travel

Publications

Us Patents

Systems And Methods For Process Stream Treatment

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US Patent:
2013000, Jan 10, 2013
Filed:
Dec 21, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/520001
Inventors:
Michael Howdeshell - Ringle WI,
Clayton B. Maugans - Wausau WI,
Chad L. Felch - Mosinee WI,
Evgeniya Freydina - Acton MA,
Li-Shiang Liang - Harvard MA,
Joseph D. Gifford - Marlborough MA,
International Classification:
C02F 9/14
C02F 9/06
C02F 1/72
US Classification:
210758, 210202, 210143
Abstract:
Systems and methods for process stream treatment. The treatment system may generally include an oxidation unit coupled to a downstream demineralization unit. The oxidation unit may oxidize organic and reduced sulfur contaminants in the process stream to facilitate downstream treatment. The demineralization unit may convert a product of the oxidation unit to generate a mineral stream. In some examples, the process stream may be a spent caustic stream from an industrial operation, such as an ethylene production facility or a petroleum refinery. A fresh caustic stream, such as a sodium hydroxide stream, may be isolated in the demineralization step and returned to the industrial operation for use.
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