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BCCK partners with Navitas Midstream on Texas nitrogen rejection unit project

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BCCK Holding Co. (BCCK) has been selected by Navitas Midstream Midland Basin, LLC for the construction of a Nitech® nitrogen rejection unit (NRU) in West Texas.

The project will consist of a 35 million ft3/d NRU incorporating BCCK’s latest Style III Nitech NRU technology to process natural gas with concentrated nitrogen on the residue of a new cryo plant. Nitech technology is not constrained by low mole % nitrogen, which prevents a recycle stream costing additional OPEX. Nitech can process inlet gas to less than 1.0 mole %, allowing BCCK to slipstream and reduce a customer’s CAPEX and OPEX requirements. The project is expected to be completed in 2Q19.

R. Bruce Northcutt, CEO of Navitas, said: “BCCK’s Nitech process will enable us to handle higher mole % nitrogen in our gas, which is important to meeting downstream pipeline specification. We selected BCCK for this project because of their proven successful track record with the technology.”

Jacob Pratt, Vice President Sales and Business Development, BCCK, said: “Navitas is a valued customer and we are excited to work with them on another NRU project. BCCK has a long history of providing NRUs, and we look forward to adding more successful NRU projects to our portfolio while delivering value to our customers.”

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