Greenfield Crude Pipeline



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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).

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