Anda di halaman 1dari 44
Natural Gas Processing Qualifications and Experience 2010
Natural Gas Processing Qualifications and Experience 2010

Natural Gas Processing

Qualifications and Experience

2010

This document is confidential proprietary information and disclosure of any information contained herein to any

This document is confidential proprietary information and disclosure of any information contained herein to any third party or use of such information other than to evaluate this document is strictly prohibited.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Section 1 – Summary of Qualifications Section 2 – Gas Processing Capabilities

Section 1 – Summary of Qualifications Section 2 – Gas Processing Capabilities Section 3 – Gas Processing Technology Section 4 – Project Experience & Selected Profiles

Section 1 Summary of Qualifications

Section 1 Summary of Qualifications Aker Solutions has specialized in projects for the natural gas

Aker Solutions has specialized in projects for the natural gas industry for over 40 years. We have substantial expertise in all areas of gas production and processing including the following:

Inlet Gas Separation

Slug Catchers

Filters

Filter Separators

Acid Gas Removal

Benfield

Amines (MEA, DEA, MDEA)

Selexol

Sulfinol

Ryan Holmes

Mol Sieve

Membranes

Sulfur Recovery

Claus Plants

Super Claus Plants

SCOT Tail-Gas Units

Strefford

LO-CAT

Dehydration

Glycol

Drizo

Molecular Sieve

NGL/LPG Extraction and Treating

Refrigerated Lean Oil Plants

Cryogenic (turbo-expander)

Caustic Scrubbing

Merox

Section 1 Summary of Qualifications (cont.) NGL Fractionation  Ethane Production  Ethane/Propane Production 

Section 1 Summary of Qualifications (cont.)

NGL Fractionation

  • Ethane Production

  • Ethane/Propane Production

  • Propane/Propylene Splitters

  • Iso/normal Butane Splitters

  • Isobutane Production (Engelhard and UOP)

  • Deisopentanizer

LNG

  • Import Terminals

  • Export Terminals

  • Liquefaction

Nitrogen Rejection and Cold Box Design

Compression

  • Reciprocating Machines

  • Centrifugal Machines

  • Screw Type Machines

Gas Plant Simulation Software Used by Aker Solutions

Software

Use

HYSIM/HYSIS

Entire gas plant simulation

Pro II (Simulation Sciences)

Fractionation, expander plants, and dehydration

SPED (Bryan Research)

Sulfur plant simulation

T-Sweet (Bryan Research)

Amine plant simulation

AMSIM (DB Robinson)

Amine plant simulation

Sulfur Recovery (Amoco)

Design claus sulfur plant according to the Amoco technology

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities Aker Solutions has specialized in projects for the natural gas

Aker Solutions has specialized in projects for the natural gas industry for over 40 years. Aker Solutions’ experience in gas processing work undertaken during recent years involves the whole range of engineering and management skills from conceptual design through to start-up and operation. Study work and FEED package preparation is often part of a large project where Aker Solutions has gone on to do EPC scope or continued as the client’s project manager.

Gas Processing Plants

The gas treatment plant consists of several components that are typical of most plants. The design of these units is studied in some depth to create a flowsheet of the overall plant that meets the economic and technical optimization criteria imposed.

Slugcatchers

Slugcatchers from small single vessels to large multi-finger units have been designed and built by Aker Solutions. The recent Conoco Syria unit was a multi-finger unit with a capacity of over 400 m 3 . The Conoco Theddlethorpe units were 800 & 1300 m 3 (5,000 and 8,000 bbls) finger units, and the British Gas North Morecambe project has a large single vessel. The S. Pars design is for 4800 m 3 (30,000 bbls) and the Taweelah gas plant slugcatcher is 10,000 m 3 (60,000 bbls). Our past experience with various types and sizes of slugcatchers provides the depth of knowledge Aker Solutions has in the design and construction of this equipment.

Gas and Liquid Separation

Gas and liquid separation using horizontal and vertical separators, with or without internals, are common components designed by Aker Solutions. For separators with proprietary designs of coalescing vanes or packs, specific equipment providers contribute to the design. Aker Solutions has developed certain proprietary technology in designing compact separators.

Acid Gas Removal

The range of processes offered includes physical and chemical solvents. Aker Solutions has designed straightforward MEA and DEA units and under license proprietary units such as Benfield, MDEA, Sulfinol, Selexol, Ucargol and other activated MDEA depending on bulk removal or partial removal. Molecular sieves and membrane systems for special removal services have also been addressed. The Petronas project included an in-depth assessment of all the available processes followed by the evaluation of the selected process. (Refer to recent Acid Gas Removal projects at the end of this section.)

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.) Gas Compression Gas compressors with electric motor and gas

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.)

Gas Compression

Gas compressors with electric motor and gas turbines drivers like the RR RB211, GE Frame machines and LM2500’s is a common part of the evaluation of the processing plant. The evaluation of compression alternatives often includes the determination of onshore and offshore options in conjunction with the pipeline options. This aspect was considered recently on the Theddlethorpe, South Pars and Taweelah projects.

Dehydration and Hydrate Suppression

The choice between dehydration using glycol, methanol, or molecular sieves is usually decided by the downstream processing requirements. Molecular sieves are normally utilized in cryogenic NGL/LPG Extraction plants where water concentration must be reduced to ppm levels. Aker Solutions can provide a wealth of experience in the selection of proper hydrate inhibition methods.

NGL/LPG Extraction

Aker Solutions has substantial experience in all areas of gas processing operations including NGL/LPG Extraction from natural gas streams. Aker Solutions’ experience in NGL/LPG Extraction processes from natural gas streams includes refrigerated lean oil absorption plants, high pressure straight refrigeration units using external refrigeration, cryogenic J.T. expansion plants and cryogenic expander plants. Aker Solutions has developed different cryogenic processes for extraction of NGL/LPG from natural gas including very high ethane and propane plus recovery utilizing turboexpanders.

NGL Fractionation

Aker Solutions has substantial experience in fractionation system design for separating ethane, propane, butanes and pentane plus products. The NGL fractionation systems designed by Aker Solutions are optimized for energy efficiency and capacity utilization. Our design experience includes new fractionation systems ranging from 20,000 barrels per day to over 100,000 barrels per day of inlet throughput. Aker Solutions has also worked on many capacity increases of the

existing fractionation systems. Substantial increases in throughput have been achieved from upgrades of existing fractionations for Enron and TransCanada.

Our experience includes butane splitters with heat cycle for energy optimization. We have also designed the butamer units for converting n-butane to iso-butane and integrating the butamer unit with the main fractionators to achieve the overall fractionation system efficiency. In order to meet the final product specifications, product treating is required. Aker Solutions has experience with the removal of impurities like CO 2 , moisture, H 2 S, COS and mercaptans from the various products to meet the

Aker Solutions has achieved as much as 50% increase in the existing fractionation systems by carefully analyzing the existing units and making necessary modifications which saved substantial capital cost for the upgrade.

required specifications. These methods include caustic, non-regenerables, and scavenger processes, as well as regenerable processes like molesieve for final product treating.

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.) LNG Aker Solutions’ LNG experience has evolved fr om

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.)

LNG

Aker Solutions’ LNG experience has evolved from an impressive background in overall gas processing. Aker Solutions has specialized in projects for the natural gas industry for over 40 years. Our experience in gas processing work undertaken during recent years involves the whole range of engineering and management skills from conceptual design through to start-up and operation. Study work and FEED package preparation is often part of a large project where Solutions has gone on to do EPC scope or continued as the client’s project manager. Our experience includes import/export terminals and liquefaction facilities. We design all LNG facilities per NFPA 59A and all worldwide industry-accepted standards.

Sour Service Equipment and Materials

Aker Solutions always considers materials selection for equipment and pipe to NACE requirements for sour service. For this type of study our specialists group can offer the necessary expertise to meet the requirements of the project.

Sulfur Recovery

Sulfur recovery in sour gas processing plants often requires the assessment of Claus type units

and tail gas clean up. flaring.

This has become more important now that there are tougher controls on

Aker Solutions’ recent experience in sulfur recovery units (SRU) and tail gas treating units includes small units like 60 tons per day SRU units for Shell Offshore in Alabama with SCOT tail gas treating units.

On the large scale units Aker Solutions is involved in design and construction of three (3) trains of 400 tons per day each SRU units with a single RESULT tail gas treating unit for SINCOR in Venezuela.

Aker Solutions’ experience also includes the various enhancements of SRU including Superclause units. Additional tail gas treating experience not only includes the H 2 O based processes like SCOT and RESULT units, but also includes SO 2 based and other processes like liquid redox.

Utilities and Offsites

Utilities such as vent and flare facilities, steam, hot oil, fuel etc. have a significant contribution to the economics of a process and local conditions are always different with each plant. Offsite facilities such as tankage and run down lines require process definition. Aker Solutions is well positioned to provide needed assistance to our clients in helping with the utilities, infrastructure and logistics.

Aker Solutions has delivered

substantial cost savings to our clients by offering dedicated teams to focus on delivering utilities and off-site project scopes to support larger capital programs.

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.) Deep Ethane Recovery Aker Solutions has developed different cryogenic

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.)

Deep Ethane Recovery

Aker Solutions has developed different cryogenic processes for the extraction of ethane from natural gas including very high ethane and propane plus recovery utilizing turboexpanders. Aker Solutions has considerable experience in dealing with the design of the high ethane and propane plus recovery process utilizing new as well as existing gas plants. The technical and economic considerations for the process facilities to be incorporated into the existing gas plant are different from those relating to new installations.

Aker Solutions has field-proven design for high ethane and propane plus recovery processes. These processes can have many variations depending on the ethane plus content of the gas and the inlet conditions. The general outline of most of Aker Solutions-developed processes for high ethane and propane plus recovery using turboexpanders is provided in the following text.

The basic process involves the dehydration of the inlet high pressure gas using fixed bed molecular sieves to remove the water to less than 1 ppmv. The bone-dry gas is processed in brazed aluminum heat exchangers to cool the high pressure inlet gas with the low pressure methane-rich residue gas. Normally a complex heat exchanger train is used to conserve the cold refrigeration from the process to minimize the external refrigeration. This involves prefractionation steps in the demethanizer column to recover the coolant from the cold NGL liquids. The high pressure cold inlet gas is separated from the condensed liquids and is expanded using the turboexpander. The expander not only helps provide the cold refrigeration in the process to condense the ethane and heavier NGL liquids, but also recovers the useful work to compress the low pressure gas to minimize the compression horsepower. The cold fluids from the expander discharge and the high pressure separator liquids are fed to the demethanizer to remove the methane and lighter components from the ethane and/or propane and heavier NGL liquids.

Aker Solutions’ high ethane recovery processes utilize an internal or external reflux system to provide the cold lean reflux for the demethanizer. These processes provide high ethane recovery, higher energy efficiency and lower capital costs.

Normally the demethanizer has a side reboiler and bottom reboiler integrated in the inlet gas heat exchanger train to recover the refrigeration and also reduce the external heating requirements.

The low to medium pressure methane-rich cold residue gas is heat exchanged with the high pressure inlet gas as described above to recover the refrigeration. This residue gas is usually recompressed with the turboexpander-driven compressor. The residue gas is finally compressed to a pipeline pressure using additional compressors. In addition, the front-end facility may include H 2 S/CO 2 removal and mercury removal depending on the level of these components present in the inlet gas and the recovery level for the ethane.

Aker Solutions designed the high ethane recovery process using the turboexpander for Petronas in Malaysia, Enron in the U.S, and Santos Ltd. in South Australia. The processes for these locations have been proven in the field as designed.

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.) The high ethane recovery processes designed by Aker Solutions

Section 2 Gas Processing Capabilities (cont.)

The high ethane recovery processes designed by Aker Solutions are one of the best in the industry. They are well proven processes. Our thermodynamic and physical property data in processes for light hydrocarbons are mature and proven over the last 15 years. It is important to recognize the thermodynamic behavior at high pressure and low cryogenic temperatures for the high ethane recovery processes. The coldest temperatures in the process vary from -140 o F to -160 o F. At these cold temperatures it is also important to understand the CO 2 freezing characteristics. The feed gas pressure and composition also play a predominant role in the process design. Apart from feed gas compositions and conditions, the amount of impurities, the product specifications and the recovery level play an important role in the process selection. Our experience in the NGL and LPG extraction plants, especially in the high ethane or propane recovery processes from the natural gas using the turboexpander, is built around the ability to meet the challenges of the industry.

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology The following text is a summary of Aker Solutions’ resources

The following text is a summary of Aker Solutions’ resources and capabilities in gas processing technology. Some of the proprietary and open-art technologies in gas processing that we have been involved in are described below. Additionally, Aker Solutions has excellent NGL/LPG fractionation expertise.

Aker Solutions has also executed various projects in past utilizing third party proprietary process technology such as Ortloff in the NGL and LPG liquid extraction area. One of the recent projects completed for PETRONAS and PTT joint venture in Thailand where Aker Solutions engineered and managed construction utilized Ortloff OHR licensed process.

Proprietary and Open Art Technologies

The following description provides Aker Solutions’ experience in the gas processing, especially cryogenic liquids recovery (ethane and/or propane recovery) technologies:

High Pressure Absorber

This design, developed by Aker Solutions, was utilized for the Statoil Kollsnes gas processing plant expansion. It is a cryogenic expander plant for NGL/LPG extraction. The process is energy efficient and allows utilization of a single train approach for inlet capacities over 1.4 BSCFD. The process can tolerate higher CO 2 in the inlet gas feed as well as much lower overall compression power compared to many other technologies at present. The design configuration allows a larger capacity train while keeping the process energy efficient.

Aker Solutions designed the plant, taking the availability and constructability of larger equipment into consideration. The selection of materials of construction for large vessels and columns was developed consistent with large vessels and columns constructability at higher design pressure and cryogenic temperatures. The plant also utilized large compressors for high pressure gas compression using variable speed electric motor drivers.

Methane Recycle

This design was used in the PETRONAS Gas SDN BHD project. The process design for two trains, 700 MMSCFD each, was developed by Aker Solutions engineers to achieve very high ethane recovery combined with high demethanizer pressure to achieve significant tolerance to CO 2 in the plant feed. The process design for this facility also included the flexibility to run in an ethane rejection mode with very high propane recovery, as well as minimum liquids recovery for dewpoint control only.

Cold Separator Split

Similar to Ortloff’s GSP design, this process was developed by Aker Solutions (previously John Brown) in the early 1980’s and successfully installed in Santos Ltd’s Moomba Gas Plant in South Australia. This plant processed 900 MMSCFD of rich, high CO 2 gas with an ethane recovery in excess of 80%.

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.) GSP This design has been used in a number

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.)

GSP

This design has been used in a number of Aker Solutions projects. In Enron’s Eunice Gas Processing plant, it served to improve ethane recovery, while in the Teesside Plant in the U.K. it was used for high propane recovery. This design has in the past been protected by a number of patents; however, most of these have expired.

Pre-rectifier

This is an expander process design for high propane recovery in which recoverable hydrocarbons are absorbed from the expanded feed gas using light hydrocarbons as absorption medium. Among others, Aker Solutions used this design in the ethane rejection mode of the PETRONAS Gas SDN BHD project listed above.

Refrigeration

Under certain circumstances, especially on upstream projects, Propane Refrigeration may be the most economical process. Aker Solutions has successfully executed many of these projects including the Shell Yellowhammer Plant. The revamp of TransCanada’s Eunice Gas Plant included debottlenecking of a 250 MMSCFD cryogenic liquids recovery plant that utilizes ethane refrigeration to generate demethanizer reflux.

Aker Solutions has a long successful history of gas plant design and has built gas plants using a wide variety of liquid recovery processes. In addition to those listed above, these include Double-Expander, LSP, and Packed HP Separator. Most of these processes are no longer considered competitive or are applicable only in very specific circumstances.

Aker Solutions also has extensive experience with Lean Oil Absorption plants. While in most new gas processing plants cryogenic designs have replaced lean oil absorption, in special circumstances absorption is still viable, and Aker Solutions has recently designed lean oil absorption plants. Furthermore, Aker Solutions has been involved in debottlenecking and the expansion of existing lean oil plants, some of which were originally built by Dresser Engineering, which became part of John Brown, a predecessor of today’s Aker Solutions.

Grass roots Lean Oil Absorption Plant designs include:

  • Lean Oil Absorption facility for Nasr Petroleum Company, Suez, Egypt (1997-1999). This project is a vapor recovery unit in a hydrocracking complex. It recovers 85% of mixed LPGs from the hydrocracking unit’s off-gas.

  • Lean Oil Absorption facility for Statoil in a confidential location in the FSU. Aker Solutions performed conceptual and basic design as well as a TIC estimate. Capacity was 400 MMSCFD, with propane recovery of 70%.

  • Refrigerated Lean Oil Absorption facility (Khuff Gas Development Project, Abu Dhabi, UAE) for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). Plant capacity is 540 MMSCFD. Butane recovery was 85%-95%, with a maximum propane content of 35%. Condensate vapor pressure was 8 psi maximum.

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.) Debottlenecking and Front-End Projects include:  Refrigerated Lean Oil

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.)

Debottlenecking and Front-End Projects include:

  • Refrigerated Lean Oil Absorption Facility (Eunice Gas Plant, Louisiana) for TransCanada. Capacity of the lean oil plant was approximately 400 MMSCFD. Aker Solutions’ scope included debottlenecking for additional throughput as well as optimization. The plant recovered 35%-40% of feed ethane and 90% propane.

  • Refrigerated Lean Oil Plant (Henry Gas Plant, Louisiana) for Texaco. This plant was originally built by Dresser Engineering. Aker Solutions performed process design work for Texaco including simulation of the lean oil plant. The plant has a capacity of 1,000 MMSCFD in two trains. It recovers 40% ethane and 93% propane.

  • Refrigerated Lean Oil Absorption Plant (Gregory Plant, Texas) for Enron. Aker Solutions developed the simulation model for this facility for troubleshooting and optimization. The plant recovered 85% propane with mild refrigeration (20°F).

Nitrogen Rejection Technology

Aker Solutions also had one patented cryogenic Nitrogen Rejection Technology; however, the patent will soon expire and there is no plan to renew or resubmit at this time. Aker Solutions personnel have executed some projects in this area using other proprietary and open art technologies.

Molecular Sieves

Aker Solutions designed numerous plants using molecular sieve in gas and liquids service. Plant capacities up to 1,500 MMSCFD were included. Our experience includes high and low pressure regeneration as well as with and without mercury removal. We are experienced in the design of molecular sieve units with 3A and 4A mole sieve for gas dehydration. We have design experience with specialized operations for reduction in COS formation. Some of our past design experience includes special design considerations during regeneration of molecular sieve beds in which small amount of sulfur and oxygen is present in the inlet feed gas.

TEG

Aker Solutions has carried out many designs involving TEG as a drying medium. Some projects included using stripping gas or proprietary process enhancements such as Cold Finger, which was used in BP’s Cupiagua project/Columbia and Amoco’s Bairoil CO2 Cycling plant. The Drizo process was considered for the design of the Enron Teeside facility and ARCO’s China offshore project.

Ethylene Glycol Injection

Aker Solutions has used this simple design to achieve dewpoint suppression in less demanding services. This method was used for ethane drying for the PETRONAS Gas SDN BHD project.

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.) Methanol Injection This method of hydrate control has been

Section 3 Gas Processing Technology (cont.)

Methanol Injection

This method of hydrate control has been used in several subsea pipeline projects. Aker Solutions’ design included methanol recovery, reconcentration, storage, and export to the offshore injection location. Projects include the 290 MMSCFD Caister/Murdoch onshore facility and the 210 MMSCFD Pickerill Gas Terminal (Conoco, U.K.).

The following are mercury removal technologies with which Aker Solutions has experience. Mercury removal has been part of most of the cryogenic gas processing plant projects.

Mercury Removal

As part of feed pretreatment, it is necessary to remove mercury if present in the feed gas to avoid corrosion with brazed aluminum heat exchangers. Aker Solutions has designed many mercury removal systems (MRS) since 1990. Our experience with MRS includes the following:

  • Sulfur impregnated activated carbon adsorbents

  • Metal sulfide systems

  • Metal sulfide/oxide systems

Most of our systems for MRS from natural gas are based on sulfur impregnated activated carbon absorbents. The liquid systems MRS are based on metal sulfide on alumina or carbon substrate

or metal oxide/sulfide based systems.

We evaluated gas and liquid phase regenerable

molesieve (zeolite) systems for MRS, but in most cases these systems were not installed.

Experience Using Licensed Technologies

Aker Solutions’ experience with gas processing technologies is described in the previous section. To our knowledge the methane recycle process is not proprietary. GSP, LSP, and Double- Expander designs were patented by Ortloff Engineers, Ltd.; however, these patents have expired. It is possible that certain configurations of the pre-rectifier process may be covered by patents in some countries.

The Lean Oil Absorption Processes are not proprietary.

“Cold Finger” Technology is licensed by Gas Conditioners International Co. Drizo is licensed by OPC Drizo Inc. We utilized these technologies on BP’s Cupiagua and Enron’s Teesside projects, respectively.

Section 4 Project Experience

Section 4 Project Experience Section 4.1 Worldwide Project Locations Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas

Section 4.1

Worldwide Project Locations

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4.3

LPG/NGL/LNG Project Experience

Section 4.4

Acid Gas Removal, Sulfur Recovery, and Tail Gas Treating Units

Section 4.5

Compressors/Turbines and Compressor Station Experience

Section 4.6

Select Coal Degasification Projects

Section 4.7

Project Profiles

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.1

Worldwide Project Locations

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.1 Worldwide Project Locations Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Saudi
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco Saudi Aramco Norway Norway - - Hawtah Field Develop Hawtah
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco
Saudi Aramco
Norway
Norway
-
-
Hawtah Field Develop
Hawtah Field Develop
Norsk Hydro
Norsk Hydro
-
-
S. Area Plant Upgrade
S. Area Plant Upgrade
-
-
Ormen Lange
Ormen Lange
Sakhalin Island
Sakhalin Island
Statoil
Statoil
Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Exxon Sakhalin I
Exxon Sakhalin I
-
-
Kollsnes
Kollsnes
OCL - 2 P/L
OCL - 2 P/L
-
-
Chayvo
Chayvo
ORYX - FEED
ORYX - FEED
-
-
OPF
OPF
-
-
Transportation
Transportation
China
China
Phillips
Phillips
Italy
Italy
-
-
24-1
24-1
RasGas
RasGas
-
-
Xijiang
Xijiang
-
-
Adriatic LNG
Adriatic LNG
Amoco
Amoco
Syria
Syria
-
-
Liuhua
Liuhua
Conoco
Conoco
ARCO
ARCO
Al Furat
Al Furat
-
-
Yacheng
Yacheng
-
-
8 projects
8 projects
Thailand
Thailand
Venezuela
Venezuela
PTT-Petronas
PTT-Petronas
North America
North America
India
India
Pequiven
Pequiven
Sempra Energy – LNG
Sempra Energy – LNG
Enron - LNG
Enron - LNG
SINCOR
SINCOR
Distrigas – LNG
Distrigas – LNG
ONGC
ONGC
Shell – Yellowhammer
Shell – Yellowhammer
- 23 projects
- 23 projects
Enron – 63 projects
Enron – 63 projects
TransCanada
TransCanada
Colombia
Colombia
Dubai
Dubai
Pecten (Shell)
Pecten (Shell)
BP Colombia
BP Colombia
Dubai Petroleum
Dubai Petroleum
PEMEX
PEMEX
-
-
Cuisiana
Cuisiana
-
-
3 projects
3 projects
Amoco – 2 projects
Amoco – 2 projects
-
-
Cupiagua
Cupiagua
Anardako – 2 projects
Anardako – 2 projects
-
-
Covenas
Covenas
Marathon
Marathon
Malaysia
Malaysia
Koch
Koch
Chile
Chile
Africa
Africa
Petronas
Petronas
Northwest Pipeline
Northwest Pipeline
Methanex
Methanex
Mobil Nigeria
Mobil Nigeria
-
-
2 projects
2 projects
Indonesia
Indonesia
BP Alaska GTL
BP Alaska GTL
-
-
2 projects
2 projects
-
-
EDOP
EDOP
P.T. Trans-Pacific
P.T. Trans-Pacific
U.S. Dept of Energy
U.S. Dept of Energy
Sipetrol
Sipetrol
-
-
UBIT
UBIT
Ecuador
Ecuador
Gulf Oil
Gulf Oil
Internorth
Internorth
QIT I&II
QIT I&II
Techint/Garon
Techint/Garon
Mobil
Mobil
Oxy – San Miguez
Oxy – San Miguez
Chevron Angola
Chevron Angola
Conoco
Conoco
-
-
BD Field
BD Field
PSI – 2 projects
PSI – 2 projects
-
-
Sanha
Sanha
Reynolds – Mustang
Reynolds – Mustang
-
-
Malongo
Malongo
Island
Island
-
-
Block 14
Block 14
Santa Fe – High
Santa Fe – High
Chevron
Chevron
Africa (cont’d)
Africa (cont’d)
Islands
Islands
-
-
EGP3
EGP3
Ranger Oil
Ranger Oil
Sonat – Mustang
Sonat – Mustang
Elf
Elf
-
-
Ivory Coast - platform
Ivory Coast - platform
Islands
Islands
-
-
IME-Edikan
IME-Edikan
Benin
Benin
Texas Eastman – High
Texas Eastman – High
-
-
Odudu
Odudu
-
-
Saga - topsides
Saga - topsides
Islands
Islands
NNPC
NNPC
-
-
Kerr McGee - deepwater
Kerr McGee - deepwater
Transco – High Islands
Transco – High Islands
-
-
Pipeline
Pipeline
Texaco Angola
Texaco Angola
Union Oil
Union Oil
-
-
Depots
Depots
-
-
LNG Study
LNG Study
Zachry – Quarters
Zachry – Quarters
Sasol
Sasol
-
-
Pipeline
Pipeline
-
-
Pipeline
Pipeline
-
-
Offsites Study
Offsites Study

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type
 

U.S. and Europe Onshore Oil & Gas Projects

 
 

Project

 

Aker Solutions’ Activities

   
     

Contract Scope

 

Plant

   

Client

Plant

Location

Engineering

Management Services

Procurement

Construction

Site Supervision

Commissioning

Pipelines

Process Units

Utilities

Pumping/Compression

 

Storage/Loading Civil Work/Building

Completion

GULF LNG

LNG REGASIFICATION

PASCAGOULA, MS,













 











2011

AND RECEIVING TERMINAL

USA

BP

CATS TERMINAL EMM FEDERAL CONTRACT

UK





 



               

2008

CONFIDENTIAL

UNDERGROUND

THE NETHERLANDS



           



       

2008

STORAGE

SEMPRA LNG

LNG REGASIFICATION

HACKBERRY, LA,













 











2008

AND RECEIVING TERMINAL

USA

BP

EMM WYTCH FARM PROJECT

UK





 



               

2007

NIGERIA LNG

GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM 2/4 SLUG CATCHER

NIGERIA



           



       

2007

NORSK HYDRO

ORMEN LANGE GAS PROCESSING PLANT

AUKRA, NORWAY











   











2007

COLUMBIA NATL.

ACID GAS REMOVAL

WEST VIRGINIA, USA









     





     

2006

RESOURCES

STATOIL/

 

WEST COAST



           





     

2006

GASSCO

KOLLSNES GAS PLANT EXPANSION

NORWAY

HHI/ONGC

MUT PIPELINE

WEST COAST



         



         

2005

PROJECT

INDIA

PTT–PETRONAS

SONGKHLA GAS

SONGKHLA,

 



         











2005

SEPARATION PLANT

THAILAND

STATOIL

VESTPROCESS MONGSTAD EXPANSION PROJECT

NORWAY



 



 



   







 



2004

BHGL/ONGC

3 PIPELINE PROJECT

WEST COAST



         



         

2004

INDIA

ENRON

DABHOL LNG

INDIA













 











2002

TERMINAL

                     

CAIRN ENERGY

ONSHORE GAS

INDIA



           





     

2001

INDIA LTD

FACILITY

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type
 

U.S. and Europe Onshore Oil & Gas Projects

 
 

Project

 

Aker Solutions Activities

   
     

Contract Scope

 

Plant

   

Client

Plant

Location

Engineering

Management Services

Procurement

Construction

Site Supervision

Commissioning

Pipelines

Process Units

Utilities

Pumping/Compression

 

Storage/Loading Civil Work/Building

Completion

ARAMCO

SOUTHERN AREA

SAUDI ARABIA





       
  •  

  •  

       

2001

PLANTS UPGRADE

BP

D250 GAS-TO-LIQUIDS

ALASKA











 
  •  

  •  

   
  •  

 

2001

CONOCO

INTEGRATED DEZ GAS PROJECT

SYRIA











 
  •  



 







 

2001

DISTRIGAS

LNG REVAPORIZATION

MASSACHUSETTS,







     
  •  

  •  

   
  •  

 

2001

USA

SINCOR

SULFUR COMPLEX

JOSE, VENEZUELA













 
  •  









2001

CHEVRON

MALONGO TERMINAL GAS PLANT

ANGOLA



   
  •  

   
  •  

    •  

  •  

       

2000

CHEVRON

SANHA CONDENSATE RECOVERY

ANGOLA



   
  •  

   
  •  

    •  

  •  

       

2000

ADCO

OILFIELD FACILITIES

BU HASA, ABU DHABI



 



     
  •  

    •  

         

1998

ADNOC

KHUFF – ONSHORE/ OFFSHORE GAS FAC.

ABU DHABI



         
  •  

    •  



   







1998

CONOCO

THEDDLETHORPE SITE

THEDDLETHORPE,











 
  •  

  •  

 





 

1998

ALLIANCE SUPPORT

UK

ESSO

NATUNA ONSHORE/

OFFSHORE

INDONESIA



   
  •  

   
  •  

    •  



   



 



1998

INTERCONNECTOR

GAS TERMINAL

BACTON AND















 





 



1998

ZEEBRUGGE

PETRONAS

NATURAL GAS PROCESSING PLANT

MALAYSIA





       
  •  

  •  

   
  •  

 

1998

SANTOS LTD.

BALLERA GAS CENTRE

SW QUEENSLAND



 





   
  •  

  •  

       

1998

AUSTRALIA

TRANSCANADA

NGL PLANT

LOUISIANA, USA







     
  •  

  •  

   
  •  

 

1998

BP AMOCO

DF OFFGAS PROJECT WASTE GAS TIMT

HULL, UK









 
  •  

             

PEDEC

ONSHORE/OFFSHORE

FACILITIES

IRAN





 
  •  

   
  •  

    •  



   



 



1997

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type
 

U.S. and Europe Onshore Oil & Gas Projects

 
 

Project

 

Aker Solutions Activities

   
     

Contract Scope

 

Plant

   

Client

Plant

Location

Engineering

Management Services

Procurement

Construction

Site Supervision

Commissioning

Pipelines

Process Units

Utilities

Pumping/Compression

 

Storage/Loading Civil Work/Building

Completion

BP AMOCO GAS

OPRN & MAINT SUPPORT OF GAS TERMINAL

TEESIDE, UK



   
  •  

               

1996

BP COLOMBIA

CUPIAGUA FIELD

COLOMBIA









   
  •  

    •  

  •  

     



1996

CONOCO

CSM FACILITIES

THEDDLETHORPE,













 
  •  









1996

UPGRADE

UK

ARAMCO

CENTRAL ARABIA DEV. PROGRAM

HAWTAH FIELD,

SAUDI ARABIA







     
  •  

    •  



 





 



1995

TRANSCANADA

NGL PLANT

LOUISIANA, USA





 
  •  

   
  •  

  •  

       

1995

BP

GAS TERMINAL DEWPOINT CONTROL

DIMLINGTON, UK







 



   
  •  

       

1994

CONOCO

PICKERILL

THEDDLETHORPE,







 



 
  •  

  •  

     



1994

COMPRESSION

UK

ENRON

LPG PLANT

TEXAS, USA





 
  •  



   
  •  

  •  

       

1994

THAPPLINE

MULTI-PRODUCTS

THAILAND















   



 



1994

PIPELINE

BP KINNEIL

OIL & GAS PROCESSING

UK



   
  •  

               

1993

AL FURAT

OMAR OIL RECOVERY FACILITIES

SYRIA























 

1993

CONOCO

CAISTER MURDOCH

THEDDLETHORPE,











 
  •  

  •  





 



1993

GAS TERMINAL

UK

TRANSCANADA

LPG PLANT

LOUISIANA, USA





 
  •  

   
  •  

  •  

       

1993

BP

MILLER GAS

PETERHEAD, UK











 
  •  

  •  

     



1992

RECEPTION

CONOCO

PICKERILL GAS

THEDDLETHORPE,











 
  •  

  •  





 



1992

TERMINAL

UK

SAGASCO

BEHARRA SPRINGS

WESTERN



   
  •  

   
  •  

         

1992

GAS PLANT

AUSTRALIA

CQNG

DENISON TROUGH GAS

QUEENSLAND,



 
  •  

 



 
  •  



 







 

1991

PROJECT

AUSTRALIA

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type
 

U.S. and Europe Onshore Oil & Gas Projects

 
 

Project

 

Aker Solutions Activities

   
     

Contract Scope

 

Plant

   

Client

Plant

Location

Engineering

Management Services

Procurement

Construction

Site Supervision

Commissioning

Pipelines

Process Units

Utilities

Pumping/Compression

 

Storage/Loading Civil Work/Building

Completion

PETROFINA

REFINED PROD

HUMBER-HERTS, UK















 
  •  

  •  

   

1991

PIPELINE

                         

SHELL

YELLOWHAMMER GAS PLANT

ALABAMA, USA



 







 







 



 

1991

TEXACO

LPG PLANT

OKLAHOMA, USA



           



       

1991

AL FURAT

OMAR N / SHAHEL GAS GATHERING

SYRIA























 

1990

OSOCO

SHUKEIR GAMMA GOSP

EGYPT







 



 





 
  •  



 

1990

TEXACO

NGL PLANT

OKLAHOMA, USA









     





 



 

1990

STEG

GAS TREATMENT/ COMPRESSION PLANT

EL BORMA, TUNISIA



         









   

1989

CONOCO

VIKING GAS TERMINAL

THEDDLETHORPE,











   











1988

UK

YPF

GAS TREATMENT

 



     



 





 
  •  



 

1988

PLANT

LATA OIL FIELD, ARGENTINA

PETROLAND

GAS TREATMENT

HARLINGTON,



         













1987

NETHERLANDS

SHELL

GAS TERMINAL

ST. FERGUS, UK

     



     







   

1986

EXPANSION

S.C.O.P.

OIL EXPORT PIPELINE SYSTEM

IRAQ







 



 



 
  •  



 





1985

BRITISH GAS

GAS TERMINAL

MORECAMBE BAY,







 



   











1984

UK

BRITISH GAS

GAS TERMINAL

MORECAMBE BAY,

     



     







   

1984

UK

SANTOS LTD.

COOPER BASIN

MOOMBA,





 



     



       

1984

LIQUIDS PROJECT

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

SHELL

GAS TERMINAL

MOSSMORRAN, UK

     



     







   

1984

BP

KINNEIL GAS TREATING PLANT

GRANGEMOUTH, UK













 





     

1983

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.2

Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type Table

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.2 Onshore Oil & Gas Scope & Project Type
 

U.S. and Europe Onshore Oil & Gas Projects

 
 

Project

 

Aker Solutions Activities

   
     

Contract Scope

 

Plant

   

Client

Plant

Location

Engineering

Management Services

Procurement

Construction

Site Supervision

Commissioning

Pipelines

Process Units

Utilities

Pumping/Compression

 

Storage/Loading Civil Work/Building

Completion

BRITISH GAS

COMPRESSION

AYLESBURY, UK

   
  •  



   



  •  

 



     

1983

STATION

BP

GAS TERMINAL

SULLOM VOE, UK













 







 



1982

PROCESS UNITS

CHEVRON

OIL REFINERY

 









   
  •  



   





1982

EXPANSION

PERTH AMBOY, NJ USA

CITIES SERVICES

NGL FRACTIONATION

MONT BELVIEU, TX USA









 



  •  





 





1982

EXXON

OFFGAS

 









   
  •  

       



1981

COMPRESSION

BATON ROUGE, LA USA

SONATRACH

GAS, LPG & COND

ALRAR/ARZEW,



   
  •  

   
  •  



     





1980

PIPELINES

ALGERIA

TECHMASH-

ETHYLENE PIPELINES

USSR



 



  •  







 



 





1980

IMPORT

(2)

                   

MOBIL

GAS & NGL PLANTS

ST. FERGUS/ NIGG BAY UK



   
  •  

   
  •  





       

1979

EXXON

DEBUTANIZER

BATON ROUGE, LA USA









   
  •  



     



1978

BASRAH

OIL EXPORT

RUMAILA, IRAQ







 







 









1977

PETROLEUM

EXPANSION

                     

ESSO

C4 STORAGE

FAWLEY, UK



   
  •  

   
  •  

         

1977

SONATRACH

COMPRESSION

SKIKDA, ALGERIA









 



  •  

 



   



1976

STATIONS (2)

BP

DALMENY OIL

FIRTH OF FORTH, UK









   
  •  



     





1975

TERMINAL

BRITISH GAS

COMPRESSION

CAMBRIDGE, UK



 
  •  

   



  •  

 



   



1975

STATION

SONATRACH

LPG TREATING PLANT

ARZEW, ALGERIA









 



  •  





 





1973

MICHIGAN GAS

UNDERGROUND GAS STORAGE

MICHIGAN USA



   
  •  



 







 





 

SOUTHERN

UNDERGROUND GAS

HONOR RANCHO,





 





 













 

CALIFORNIA GAS

STORAGE

CALIF., USA

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.)

Section 4.3

LPG/NGL/LNG Project Experience

Section 4 Project Experience (cont.) Section 4.3 LPG/NGL/LNG Project Experience The following list includes LPG/NGL/LNG

The following list includes LPG/NGL/LNG projects:

 

Aker Solutions’ LNG/LPG/NGL Projects

 
     

Capacity

 

TIC

 

Year

Client

Location

Description

MM SCFD

Scope

$MM

Product

Comp.

Gulf LNG

Pascagoula, MS

LNG Receiving & Regasification

1,500

Permitting,

Conf

LNG

2011

USA

FEED, EPC

Ingleside Energy

Ingleside, Texas

Terminal LNG Receiving & Regasification

1,000

Pre-FEED,

665

LNG/LPG

2011

Center LLC

USA

EPC (On

/NGL

Hold)

Sempra Energy

Cameron,

LNG Regasification and

1,500

EPC

700

LNG

2008

Louisiana, USA

ExxonMobil/QP

Offshore Italy

Receiving Terminal GBS LNG Regasification Facility

750

FEED/EPC

900

LNG

2007

M

Norsk Hydro

Aukra, Norway

Ormen Lange Onshore Gas

2,400

FEED/EPC

2,000

NGL/LPG

2007

MA

Columbia Natl.

West Virginia, USA

Processing Plant Acid Gas Removal Unit

1,500GPM

EPCM

Conf

Acid Gas

2006

Resources

Removal

Statoil/GASSCO

West Coast Norway

Kollsnes Gas Plant Expansion

1,400

E