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Keystone provided multi-discipline engineering and design services for the installation of production equipment to accommodate new wells production in the Gulf of Mexico. The project involved new production equipment including a wellhead, flowline, four log/four slot manifold, production separator, and dehydration contactor/regen unit.

Keystone's scope of work included generating a process model to analyze the expected production from the new well as well as potential production from remote facilities and preparing a compliance package for BSEE submittal. Additionally, Keystone designed all interconnecting piping from the new equipment to the process tie-ins, designed structural modifications for the equipment as well as piping, and participated in the Facility HAZOP.

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