Gas Gathering Pipeline System



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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.

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