2690 S. White Road, CA 95148, USA
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Description

Client

A global leader in providing turn-key Oil & Gas solutions through in-depth engineering services ranging from consultancy to engineering design, planning, procurement & project management, enterprise technology infrastructure setup & commissioning with long-term operations & maintenance services.

Engineering Requirement

3D Model for New Gas Compressor package with Knock out Drum & Cooler with associated arrangements at existing plant, including:

  • AutoPLANT for project administration
  • Equipment modeling
  • Piping modeling
  • Vessels & Pumps
  • Detailed 3D modeling for structures like Pipe rack, Sleepers and Platform

Delivered

  • 3D Model for Gas Compressor of Natural Gas Condensate Plant
  • ASME B31.3 codes and standards were followed to ensure higher quality in delivering Piping Stress Analysis

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