Saulsbury partnered with a long-time client and the region’s largest privately held natural gas processor to fully engineer and construct four additional cryogenic processing plants at the company’s existing processing complex in New Mexico’s Delaware Basin. Conceptual planning has begun on a sixth cryogenic processing train to be located at this site.
Saulsbury also completed a 60-MMSCFD million standard cubic feet per day natural gas cryogenic processing facility in 2014 and a 200-MMSCFD cryogenic processing facility in 2015 for this client in the Midland Basin, as well as another 200-MMSCFD cryogenic processing facility in 2018 in the Delaware Basin.
Scope of the project
- One — 200-MMSCFD UOP Russell RSV cryo plant
- Three — 200 MMSCFD UOP Russell GSP cryo plants
- One — 200-MMSCFD UOP Russell GSP-to-RSV conversion kit
- One — 2,500-BBL slug catcher
- Two — 1,600-GPM amine treaters
- One — 1,800-GPM amine treater
- Two — 3.0-MMBtu/hr TEG dehydration
- One — 4.0-MMBtu/hr TEG dehydration
- 14 — 5,500-6,000-HP residue compressors
- Balance of plant equipment, utilities, and electrical systems
- 13,057 cubic yards of concrete
- 1,226 tons of structural steel
- 158,297 linear feet of pipe
- 46,152 linear feet of cable tray
- 267,892 feet of conduit
- 1,498,336 feet of wire and cable
Goals and Achievements
- This project marked Saulsbury’s 57th cryogenic project and seventh cryogenic processing plant contract with this client.