Centralized Storage



Eagle Ford

Nameplate Capacity

120,000 BOPD with storage capacity of 30,000 BBL

To support facilities associated with the Centralized Storage, Keystone provided project management, engineering, and design FEED services. The scope included the installation of temporary storage and stabilization capabilities for the Eagle Ford Region to act as a surge for the Condensate Trunkline. Additionally, the project involved future expansion capabilities for an additional storage tank and vapor recovery to gather the flash gas. The stabilization capabilities were necessary to get RVP to an acceptable level for sales contract. The design criteria associated with the scope included a design storage capacity of 30,000 BBL and a design facility average flowrate of 120,000 BOPD.

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