To help our client meet product specification and station uptime requirements at a 50 year old 60MMSCFD gas fractionation plant, ZAP engineered a solution to replace the controls system while drastically minimizing production outages during the upgrade.
Projects > EPC-Simultaneous 210 MMSCFD Turbine Stations- Site 2
EPC – 210 MMSCFD Weld County Turbine Station
ZAP completed the engineering design, procurement, and construction of the installation of two Solar Taurus 70 turbine booster compressors, with a future option to install a third Solar Taurus 70 turbine booster compressor. The compressor station is designed to flow 210 MMSCFD and includes dehydration and condensate handling. The station design reduced its emissions utilizing new low nitrogen oxides (NOx) turbines which produce less than 12 ppm, achieving a new client standard in Colorado. This compressor station was also designed to be operated remotely or locally. This is the third generation of the ZAP standard compressor station design improving value for our clients by allowing for reduced costs.