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project summary

Field Compression Study

The requirement for field boot compression was identified for a large 3 Tcf gas field currently producing on free flow, with compression required to be installed in the short to medium term

1750 mmscfd Gas Processing Plant-Membrane Acid Gas Removal

Major gas development, to extract and process shale gas from two large gas reserves located in northern Canada.  The gas, processed to North American pipeline specifications, is ultimately to supply a downstream LNG processing plant and export terminal, to be located on the west coast of northern Canada.

Wet Gas Processing Plant-Membrane Acid Gas Removal

Expansion of existing gas processing  plant, to install an additional  2 x  118,000 Sm3/h (100 mmscfd) acid gas removal trains and associated facilities, 2 x100% export compression trains to an export pressure of 101 bara, and additional condensate storage tanks, to process conventional gas feed containing up to 9.8 mol% CO2 and 16 ppmv H2S, and 50 bbl/mmscf condensate.

Gas Processing Plant-Benfield Acid Gas Removal

Processing plant, 2 x 210 mmscfd acid gas removal trains (Benfield Process) and 3 x 33% export compression trains to an export pressure of 101 bara, to process conventional gas  feed containing up to 8 mol% CO2 and 7 ppmv H2S, and 140 bbl/mmscf condensate.

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