Keystone's resume for Midstream projects includes programs that are comprised of hundreds of miles of pipeline; products including C02, sour gas, and hydrogen; and projects ranging in size from $100k to $800MM (total installed cost).
Oil & Condensate Treating
Oil BS&W Treating
Salt Water Dilution
Sour Oil Treating
Metering, Shipping, and Loading Facilities
Gas Conditioning & Treating
Reboilers, Scrubbers, Filters, and Heaters
Hydrate Inhibition Equipment
NGL Recovery and Storage
Interconnects, Laterals, Line Looping, and Relocations
Span/Buckling Analysis, Hydraulic Studies, and Surge Analysis
Filters, Scrubbers, Slug Catchers, Liquid & Gas Metering, Launchers, and Receivers
Keystone provided multi-disciplined engineering services to design and install a new liquids pipeline to loop an existing ethane pipeline between Mont Belvieu to Beaumont, TX. Specifically, the pipeline scope or work will include the following: 16 miles of 30” trunkline, 10 HDD’s,2 pigging sites. In addition, all associated foundations, supports, piping, and I&E interconnect. Pipeline scope includes hydraulic calculations and material selection, API 1102 crossing calculations, HDD design, and interface with surveying for plat and alignment sheet development.
Keystone provided multi-disciplined engineering services to design and install a new liquids pipeline from an existing terminal in Beaumont to a plant in Port Arthur. Specifically, the pipeline scope or work will include the following: 12 miles of 16” pipeline, and 8 miles of 12”pipeline, 15 HDD’s, 3 pigging sites. In addition, all associated foundations, supports, piping and I&E interconnect. Pipeline scope includes hydraulic calculations and material selection, API 1102 crossing calculations, HDD design, and interface with surveying for plat and alignment sheet development.
Keystone provided project management, engineering, design, and procurement support services for the detailed engineering design of three laterals as part of the larger pipeline system connecting Orla to Mont Beliveau. The client installed approximately 132 miles of 24” ANSI 600# pipeline to transport Y-Grade or Raw NGL mix from Orla, Texas to High Plains, Texas. Additionally, a 30-mile lateral receiving Y-Grade NGL from ARM and transporting to the Shin Oak pipeline. The scope of work included a Coriolis Meter, pig traps, and multiple MLV’s.
Keystone provided project management, engineering, and design services for the expansion of a pipeline terminal, including the installation of a new 80,000 barrel tank and additional rail offload for ethanol storage, as well as a new eight inch transfer line. The existing ethanol rail offload was expanded to add spaces for another 20 cars, including the all rail infrastructure with containment, safety equipment, pump capacity upgrades and capability to provide product to an existing tank, the new 80,000 barrel tank, and provide flow to the new transfer line.
Additionally, a second facility takes deliveries from the pipeline and includes storage for all of the products (gasoline, diesel and ethanol, etc.). This facility was given the accommodations to fill transport trucks for delivery to customers using two separate additives, which provides the required lubricity additive for the ULSD and uses a VRU as the required vapor control unit for the truck loading area.
Scope of Work also included: composing performance specifications and assisting with procurement of railcar expansion, storage tank and electrical switchgear/MCC, 4-bay truck loading station, four new buildings, 6 new tanks, VRU system for the terminal/truck loading, fire and gas safety system for the terminal, ethanol blend skid, evaluating utility systems, modifying containment and drainage systems, and specifying equipment including: railcar offload pumps, transfer pumps, manifolds, and meters.
Keystone provided multi-disciplined engineering and design services to install all piping, pig traps, meters, and infield pipelines associated with a greenfield 200 MMSCFD gas plant. The project scope of work included piping, foundations, controls, and power interconnect associated with pig receivers and ultrasonic meter skids on incoming 12” and 24” gas lines. Additionally, the scope included a Coriolis meter skid on 16” export NGL line, 16” and 20” residue gas export lines, and pig receiver at remote surface interconnect site.
The pipeline scope included crossing and code calculations, material selection, hydraulics, and interface with the surveyor to develop alignment sheets associated with 12” and 24” incoming gas lines, and 16” and 20” residue gas export pipelines between the new Cryo plant and nearby surface sites.
Keystone provided project management, engineering, and design services at a greenfield and existing site in South Carolina for the installation of additional compressors. The project goal included increasing the overall pipeline capacity.
The brownfield compressor station expansion added new compressors to increase capacity from 150 MMSCFD to 300 MMSCFD. The scope of work included the installation of new separation vessels, coolers, and fuel gas coalescers. The greenfield site included installing a Solar Saturn turbine with centrifugal compressors for 175 MMSCFD with separation vessels, compression coolers, and fuel gas coalescers. Additionally, Keystone provided procurement, bidding, and permitting support services for this project.
Keystone provided project management, engineering, and design services for the detailed engineering design of the Orla Gas Gathering System located in West Texas and New Mexico. The project included installing a gas-gathering system to collect hydrocarbons from multiple Customer Delivery Points. The scope of work involved installing a new 600 MMSCFD gas-gathering system, including 35 miles of 24" ANSI 600# gas pipeline, five surface meter/tie-in sites, and three surface receiving/metering sites. More specifically, all associated foundations, supports, piping, and I&E interconnects.
The pipeline scope of work included hydraulic calculations and material selection, API 1102 crossing calculations, HDD design, and interface with surveying for plat and alignment sheet development. Keystone also served as a primary interface between the client, third-party contractors, and all export pipeline operators. The receiving site was capable of 850 MMSCFD with a pipeline designed for 600 MMSCFD.
Keystone provided project management, engineering, design, and procurement support services for the detailed engineering and design of five facilities associated with the Delaware Basin Crude Pipeline, including brownfield modifications to four existing sites and one new greenfield site. The pipeline consists of 40 miles of 16" pipeline, 105 miles of 24" pipeline with a designed flow rate of 150,000 BOPD, and expansion capability up to 200,000 BOPD.
Keystone's scope of work included Coriolis meter additions, booster pump & mainline pump additions at three brownfield sites (18,000 total HP), greenfield pump station with one 200k BBL storage tank and provisions for five future tanks, and reinforced concrete foundations with above ground supports. The scope also included I&E tie-ins to new-build PLC & power infrastructure, MLV sites, pig launchers & receivers, 480VAC three-phase utility power drop, and communications (VSAT w/ cell phone backup).
As a significant effort to support a new Ethane Cracker, Keystone performed project management, engineering, and design for the $165MM expansion of an underground storage terminal in Sulphur, LA. The project's scope included installing a new brine pond, four ethylene transport pumps, ethylene dehydration system, CO2 Scrubber, flare system, and piping to the new wells at the underground storage facility. Additionally, Keystone executed the design of the associated meter stations and horizontal directional drill packages for the new Ethane & Ethylene pipelines.