In today’s marketplace, natural gas processing plants play an essential role in optimizing raw natural gas. By eliminating contaminants and creating dry natural gas that’s ready for pipeline, natural gas processing plants operate relentlessly to expedite product to market.
When it comes to their design and engineering, natural gas processing plants require special expertise and knowledge of planning. For a recent plant expansion project in central Texas, we joined forces with a major plant services company to create a final design for engineering and construction of a 200 MMSCFD natural gas processing plant. And we brought to the table an impressive array of technology and expertise to boot.
Having previously provided the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) services, our team understood the needs at hand. Going forward, our expertise continued with providing the balance of plant (BOP) engineering, integration of the master P&ID’s, project management, purchase of engineered equipment development of a coordinated project schedule, and assistance to ISTI on commissioning and start-up activities. In addition, features of the project included Thomas Russell cryogenic modules, two 1,050 GPM Amine Liquid Heaters, two 15.5 GPM Triethylene Glycol Dehydrators, two 30,000 SCFM Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers, a FEED pre-heater, two scrubbers, one flare system and a DCS control system.
At Matrix PDM Engineering, we understand moving product to market is critical. That’s just part of the reason why we have managed the simultaneous execution of $700 million (TIC) gas processing projects, ranging from eight months to a year in length. From design initiation to full operations, we are ready and able to bring your next natural gas processing project to a successful start and finish.