Title: Phillips Petroleum Company Process Water Balance Dated March 10, 1978
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Title: Phillips Petroleum Company Process Water Balance Dated March 10, 1978
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Phillips Petroleum Company Process Water Balance Dated March 10, 1978 (JDV Box 54)
General Note: Box 17, Folder 3 ( WaterTransbasin Transfers - 1970s ), Item 1
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00004100
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
PROCESS WATER BALANCE
(4,000,000 TPY Product)


GPM

250


Pump Sealing Water
(Surficial Aquifer)


MGD


0. 6-f


Mine


I Washer




I Flotation Feed Preparation


i 59

b-
I- 33

1,600
- -- 1,600


GPM


MGD
*


0.08


0.05


2.30


USES


Discharge


Pebble Product
(Interstitial Water)

Waste Pebble
(Interstitial Water)


Seepage


Amine Flotation
(Deep Well Water Requirement)


8,882


12.79-4[


Flotation


--> 289


0.42


Flotation Concentrate Product
(Interstitial Water)


Tailings Disposal


I Clay Disposal


Total From Regional Supply


Matrix Moisture
(Interstitial)


9,132


2,184


* Discharge only during
periods of heavy rainfall.


13.15


3.14--


- Recycle Water<----
97,613 GPM
140.56 MGD
91.4% Recycle


H -- 1,403


- 5,748


9,132


2,184


2.02


8.28



13.15


3.14


Average Flows are based upon 365 days per year operation,


Flotation Tailings
(Interstitial Water)


Waste Clay
(Adsorbed Water)


Total Lost From Regional Supply


Waste Clay Matrix Moisture



day, 60 minutes per hour.) o*CPlirN
P .mf a


SOURCES


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24 hours per







PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY

Consumptive Use of Water


Requirements for Water Make Up


Source


Amount (MGD)


Surficial Aquifer
Deep Well Water


Total Water from Supply


0.36
12.79

13.15


Disposition of the Water


Loss


Product Shipment
Waste Pebble Moisture
Tailings Moisture
Clay Adsorption
Seepage
Discharge


TOTAL


Total


0.50
0.05
2.02
8.28
2.30


13.15


Non-Consumptive


0.09
0.04
2.02
1.24
2.18


5.57


Consumptive


0.41
0.01

7.04
0.12


7.58


% Consumptive


82.0
20.0

85.0
5.0


57.6%


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Percent Consumptive Use is 57.6%
Consumptive Use equals 49.9% of the water crop.


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PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
Consumptive Use of Water



Sources for Make-Up Water Amount (GPM)

Final Rinse & Amine Flotation 8,882
Deep Well Water
Pump Sealing Water (Surficial Aquifer) 250
Total Water From Regional Supply 9,132

Non-Supply Matrix Moisture 2,184 AS uS6e
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Losses from the System Sub-Total (GPM) Non-Consumptive (GPM) Consumptive (GPM) %Consumptive

Product Shipment 348 0 348 100
Waste Pebble Moisture 33 25 8 25
Tailings Moisture 1,403 1,403 0 0
Clay Adsorption 5,748 690 5,058 88
Seepage 1,600 1,200 400 25
Discharge *

Total Losses :9,132 3,3T8 5,814 63.7



Non-Supply Waste Clay Moisture 2,184



This consumptive use breakdown assumes the matrix moisture represents the interstitial water entrained
by the clays in the matrix. Therefore, the water in the matrix is not available for use by the process.
Similarly, the waste clays contain an equivalent amount of moisture that will not be released regardless
of the efficiency of slimes de-watering technology. Thus, this amount of moisture in the clays is not
available for re-use and therefore not part of the regional supply.


Consumptive Losses Equal 55.1% of the SWFWMD Water Crop for 15,200 Acres


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PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
PROCESS WATER BALANCE
(4,000,000 TPY Product)


SOURCE

Matrix Moisture

Pump Sealing Water
(Surficial Aquifer)


--- 2,184 GPM ---
F-- -


250 GPM i
'---A-


MINE


DISPOSITION


I->


WASHER


-->


59 GPM -- Interstitial Water-Pebble


33 GPM


CLAY REMOVAL


7,932 GPM


Interstitial Water-Waste Petb
- Adsorbed Water-Waste Clay


FLOTATION FEED PREPARATION


Rinse &
Flotation
Well Water


S 8,882 GPM

Required)


I


Total From Regional Supply:


FLOTATION


TAILINGS DISPOSAL


RECYCLE WATER
97,613 GPM
140.56 MGD
91.4%Recycle


11,3T6 GPM


1-* -4


-.289 GPM


---> 1,403 GPM


4- 1,600 GPM



31 GPM

11,316 GPM


i--'[


---


I----4
I-[

r- -


Assumes Matrix Moisture is part of Regional Supply.
Average flows are based upon 365 days per year, 24 hours per day, & 60 minutes per hour operation.


_ Flotation Concentrate Product
(Interstitial Water)


---> Flotation Tailings
(Interstitial Water)

--- Seepage Losses


Discharge During Heavy
Precipitation Events

Total Lost From Regional
Supply


Final
Amine
(Deep


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PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
Consumptive Use of Water


Sources of Make-Up Water Amount (GPM)

Matrix Moisture 2,184
Final Rinse & Amine Flotation 8,832
(Deep Well Water)
Pump Sealing Water 250
(Surficial Aquifer)
Total Water From Regional Supply 11,316



Losses from the System Sub-Total (GPM) Non-Consumptive (GPM) Consumptive (GPM) %Consumptive

Product Shipment 348 0 348 100
Waste Pebble Moisture 33 25 8 25
Tailings Moisture 1,403 1,403 0 0
Clay Adsorption & Moisture 7,932 952 6,980 88
Seepage 1,600 1,200 400 25
Discharge *

Total Losses 11,316 3,580 7,736 68.4


Consumptive Losses Equal 73.3% of the SWFWMD Water Crop for 15,200 Acres


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