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Gas Gathering & Liquids Processing

Project Details

  • ~30 mmscf/d (850 e3m3/d) Inlet Separation and Dehydration Design

  • ~22 mmscf/d (620 e3m3/d) Initial Compression Design

  • ~2500 bbls/d max steady state 3 phase liquids throughput

  • ~2000 bbls/d max Condensate Pumps throughput to Sales

  • ~750 bbls/d max Water Handling / Storage

    Project Scope

    OEL provided complete Engineering (mechanical / process / civil / electrical), Drafting, Procurement and Commissioning for this project from FEED through to completion.

    This project scope concentrated on the engineering / design and installation of a multi-well gas battery with the appropriate provisions made for future equipment to expand the sites capacity as needed. Our client needed this facility designed to process initial production from approximately fifteen (15) liquids rich gas wells producing in Central Alberta. Additional wells were also planned to be drilled and tied into this facility in the future to infill any potential production declines and to grow area production, which is what led to the facility being designed with substantial future provision capabilities. The multi-well gas battery’s design was based on processing the liquids rich gas received so that dry condensate and dehydrated gas could be transmitted into the sales gathering system that delivers to the existing plant. This design included the required inlet separation, compression, dehydration, pressurized storage, vapor recovery and condensate sales pumps to achieve the sales specifications for both the gas and condensate.

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