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Diamond Gas Processing Plant

Diamond Gas Processing Plant | Audubon Companies


Apache Corporation



Project Summary:

Diamond Gas is a gas processing facility designed for 1.2 BSCFD. Audubon provided project management, detailed engineering & design, procurement support, construction management, inspection, startup & commissioning services for the design and installation three (3) 200MMSCFD cryogenic plants at a greenfield site in Reeves County, TX. The facility included inlet compression, slug catcher & condensate stabilization, amine treating, dehydration, pipeline pumps, storage and other related Balance of Plant (BOP) infrastructure. Project included the utilization of UOP/Ortloff proprietary SRX Technology for liquids recovery.

Opero Energy, an affiliate of Audubon, provided the design, procurement and fabrication of the cryogenic plants. The modular processing units were fabricated, shop tested, and shipped to site for installation.

Project Overview:

  • Greenfield Gas Processing Facility for 1.2 BSCFD
  • Three (3) 200MMSCFD cryogenic plants
  • 2 Condensate Stabilization (7,500 BPD Each)
  • Electric & Engine Reciprocating Residue Compression (65,000 HP)
  • Three (3) 1000 GPM Amine Units
  • Molecular Sieve Dehydration
  • Mechanical Refrigeration
  • Cryogenic NGL Recovery
  • Condensate Storage / Truck Loading
  • Plant Utilities & Associated Infrastructure

Scope of Work:

  • FEED
  • Project Management
  • Detail Engineering & Design
  • Project Management
  • Procurement
  • Process Safety Analysis
  • Fabrication
  • Construction Management & Inspection
  • Start Up & Commissioning