Audubon Companies and Opero Energy have announced they have won a contract for a cryogenic gas processing plant.
Audubon Companies, a global provider of EPCM services, announced today that Opero Energy, a division of Audubon Companies, has been awarded a contract to supply a 200 million ft3/d modular cryogenic gas processing plant to a major midstream company.
The cryogenic gas processing plant was designed and constructed on a fasttrack execution strategy. It will be installed on site and is expected to begin production in the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17). Opero Energy's modular gas processing plant will process 200 million ft3/d of natural gas and produce Y-grade (mixed NGL) liquids at a facility in South Texas. The full scope of work includes fabrication of skid-mounted equipment, engineering of 'gas plant in a box' and managing transportation of gas plant equipment to work site.
"This project showcases Opero Energy's ability to meet our client's aggressive schedule in a safe and efficient manner, "said Manish Mehta, President of Opero Energy. "Our diverse expertise in process technology delivers proven performance solutions to help our clients generate revenue sooner and more cost effectively".
The Opero Energy plant is modularised with skip-mounted process equipment designed to significantly reduce construction time, expense, and provide higher reliability after startup. Modules fit together easily and efficiently for prompt production, maximum NGL recovery, ease of operation and maintenance access. The modular construction has the flexibility and advantage of using a variety of equipment combinations for multiple field applications.
"Opero Energy offers the ideal solution for faster project completion, superior reliability and operational excellence," said Ryan Hanemann, President of Audubon Companies. "Opero Energy's cryogenic plant outperforms other industry providers in natural gas liquids (NGLs) recoveries by as high as 20%, enabling clients to earn more revenue."
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