As part of the Kentz and Valerus acquisition, we’ve bolstered our capability in gas processing and handling.
We provided a total EPC turnkey solution for a new cryogenic plant in the mid-continent region of Texas. Our client already operated two cryogenic plants in the area, and wanted to expand capacity and improve operational efficiency with addition of a new 200 MMscf/d (5.7 MMsm3/d) facility to meet growing demand in the market. The client preferred a single-source, turnkey solution, and was also specifically seeking assistance to meet stringent environmental permit requirements.
Our teams faced a delivery timeline of 73 weeks for full facility design and construction, commissioning and start-up. Our responsibilities included meeting equipment design requirements for minimum emission in an EPA non-attainment zone.
Turnkey solution in 17 months
We completed the total EPC turnkey project in 17 months, providing full facility design and installation, including civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, construction, construction management, commissioning and start-up of the plant. In addition to creating a modular facility for more efficient design and maintenance, we also modified equipment after contract signing to meet the needs of the client’s EHS Department and EPA permit requirements. This ensured that all equipment met specifications for minimum emissions in an EPA non-attainment zone.
Equipment provided included: dehydration and regen gas system; 800 GPM amine plant with 1600 GPM contactor; hot oil system with 74.8 MM Btu/Hr capacity; 2.0 MM Btu TEG dehydration; 3 x 1750 HP refrigeration compressors and appropriate chiller; 3 x 5000 HP electric residue compressors, capacity in excess of 188 MM SCFD; Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) for acid gas produced; BOP equipment to support the processes; equipment designed for minimum emissions in EPA non-attainment zone.