2690 S. White Road, CA 95148, USA
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Description

Client

A US based privately held Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Project Management Company specializing in the engineering and construction of heavy industrial facilities and pipelines, with an extensive experience with oil terminals.

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Engineering Requirement

Piping 3D modeling of compressor station with capacity of 50 MMSCFD along with support arrangement, equipment modeling, civil & structural modeling and piping plan drawings, as per international codes and standards.

Modeling of the following equipment:

  • 2 Receivers
  • 1 Slug Catcher
  • 3 Compressors + 1 Future compressor
  • 1 Filter Separator
  • 1 Two-Phase High Pressure Separator
  • 1 Discharge Horizontal filter
  • 1 Glycol Absorber/Scrubber
  • 1 Gas/Glycol Exchanger
  • 1 Glycol after Scrubber

Delivered

  • Overall Site Layout
  • Equipment Layout
  • Piping Layout
  • Pipe Support Location Drawings
  • Bill of Materials
  • Isometrics
  • 3D Model
  • Piping General Arrangement Drawings
  • Updated P&IDs

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