ZAP provided turnkey engineering and procurement services for the engineering phase of this project and subsequently served as the general contractor for the construction phase. ZAP served in a unique EPC model where the equipment and critical materials were purchased through the Owner (maintaining the negotiated OEM discounts) with the construction materials and consumables purchased through ZAP. The project was completed on an expedited timeline from engineering kickoff to startup with the project engineered, installed, and commissioned in 12 months.
The compressor station was a greenfield compression facility that was completed in two phases of design and construction. Phase 1 utilized a single Solar Mars 90 gas turbine-driven two-stage centrifugal compressor package. The design and construction of Phase 1 included appropriate tie-ins for the future addition of a Solar Titan 130 package. The station accepts natural gas from the inlet gathering pipeline to compress field gas to a downstream refrigeration facility. In addition to field gas compression, the design includes inlet pig liquids handling, pig liquids water/hydrocarbon condensate separation, produced water storage, hydrocarbon condensate pump-around, flash gas compression, gas dehydration and ultrasonic gas metering.
- Facility Description
- Solar Mars 90 Gas Turbine-Driven Two-Stage Centrifugal Compressor Package
- 55mmscfd throughput (with additional 95mmscfd future capacity)
- TEG dehydration
- Inlet slug handing
- Condensate storage and pump around
- Flash Gas Compression and BTEX compliance