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|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.