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EDG provides full-scope project services for greenfield and brownfield projects across all phases, processes and components of oil and gas production including:

  • Oil / Gas / Water Separation
  • Well Pad Facilities
  • Produced Water Treatment and Disposal
  • Gas and Liquids Treating
  • Gas Compression
  • Gas Dehydration
  • Emergency Flare Systems
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery
  • Sour Gas Treating Facilities
  • Liquid Storage Facilities / Central Tank Batteries
  • Pump Stations
  • Inspection
  • Planning / Scheduling
  • Procurement
  • Project Management

A.  Electric / Gas Compressor Standard Design -  FEED and Detailed Engineering services for a standard modular electric motor driven and gas engine driven compressor stations in the Delaware Basin (5,000 hp motors).  The  facility will initially compress 30 MMSCFD of gas from 80 psig up to 1,200 psig and is expandable in 30 MM increments up to 300 MMSCFD. Scope included dehydration, liquids handling, power substation to tie into utility company, and compression.

EDG scope includes:

  • Process Design including detailed water and scaling analysis
  • Hydraulic Analysis including water hammer
  • Operations Assurance
  • Fiberglass above ground plant piping
  • Power Distribution systems (and ETAP modeling) from utility feeds
  • Civil/Structural
  • Mechanical/Piping
  • Instrument and Control Systems
  • Telecommunications
  • Contracting Plan
  • Project Execution Planning
  • Execution Schedules
  • Cost Estimating
  • Procurement Support
  • Permitting interfaces
  • Spec development

B.  Well Pads / Central Tank Batteries (CTB) / Gathering Systems -  FEED and Detailed Engineering for single and multiple well pad sites in all many unconventional basins in the USA.  Basins include Eagle Ford, Permian, Utica / Marcellus and Bakken. EDG has provided stick built, standardized and standardized / modularized facilities. Designs have been designed to handle wet and dry gas, oil and produced water. Designed numerous CTB including 400 Bbl tanks and gathering and treating systems

EDG scope includes:

  • Process Design including detailed water and scaling analysis
  • Hydraulic Analysis including water hammer
  • Operations Assurance
  • Civil/Structural
  • Mechanical/Piping
  • Instrument and Control Systems
  • Telecommunications
  • Contracting Plan
  • Project Execution Planning
  • Execution Schedules
  • Cost Estimating
  • Procurement
  • Permitting interfaces
  • Spec development

C.  Salt Water Injection System -  FEED and Detailed Engineering of a 30,000 BWPD (expandable to 45,000 BWPD) onshore Produced Water Disposal facility.  The objective of this project is to fully develop the design and cost estimate of a 30,000 BWPD Produced Water Disposal Facility in order to stream line future engineering and construction activities and reduce cost and schedule commitments.  The facility is designed to receive water via pipeline from outlying facilities, further treat the water to assure quality requirements and pump the water to disposal wells.  Injection is via three 800 HP, 15,000 BWPD @ 2000 PSID, VFD controlled multi-stage centrifugal pumps operated in parallel.

EDG scope includes:

  • Process Design including detailed water and scaling analysis
  • Hydraulic Analysis including water hammer
  • Operations Assurance
  • Fiberglass above ground plant piping
  • Power Distribution systems (and ETAP modeling) from utility feeds
  • Civil/Structural
  • Mechanical/Piping
  • Instrument and Control Systems
  • Telecommunications
  • Contracting Plan
  • Project Execution Planning
  • Execution Schedules
  • Cost Estimating
  • Procurement
  • Permitting interfaces
  • Spec development

D.  Frac Water Distribution System - FEED and DE on a frac water treatment facility and distribution system. The frac water treatment plant and pipeline capacity is approximately 65,000 -85,000 BWPD.  The objective of project is provide clean frac water source for drilling and fracturing operations.  The primary water treatment process includes air stripping of H2S from brackish water utilizing Bio-Trickling Filter technology to treat the sour off-gas; the plan also includes de-oiling systems.  Piping design for the plant includes non-metallics such as HDPE and FRP.  EDG’s scope does NOT include overall frac water pipeline design.

1.Treatment Facility - EDG’s scope for the Treatment Facility is FEED, DE, and Procurement including the following:

  • Buried HDPE flowline design
  • Process Design including detailed water and scaling analysis
  • Hydraulic Analysis including water hammer
  • Operations Assurance
  • Fiberglass above ground plant piping
  • Power Distribution systems (and ETAP modeling) from utility feeds
  • Mechanical/Piping
  • Civil/Structural
  • Instrument and Control Systems
  • Telecommunications
  • Contracting Plan
  • Project Execution Planning
  • Execution Schedules
  • Cost Estimating
  • EPC or EPCM bid package development
  • Procurement
  • Permitting interfaces
  • Spec development

2.Transmission System  – EDG’s scope of work for the transmission system includes the design of three (3) water pumping stations, two (2) mid line pig launcher and receiver sites, and five (5) frac water sales points. Project scope is for FEED and DE and includes the following deliverables includes:

  • Civil and structural design
  • Mechanical piping design
  • Instrumentation and electrical design

E.  Full Field Development – EDG has performed one and is in the process of performing the second pre-FEED concept engineering for a full field development of an unconventional field. EDG is analyzing strategies on:

  • Well pad, Regional, or Centralized lift gas and pipeline compression optimal locations.
  • What is the optimal strategy for handling liquids? Should the liquids be trucked or pipelined and to where.
  • What is the optimal configuration for the liquids handling facilities? Should they be regional or more central?
  • How does the gas and liquids handling strategy overlay with the client’s planned drilling schedule and capacity needs?
  • What is the optimal concept for managing frac water supply?
  • What is the optimal strategy for dealing with extensive produced water?
  • How should the pipeline network be laid out.
  • Is an NGL cut of the gas economical?

EDG is developing full comprehensive plans on the questions above and more, with cost estimates, execution schedules, execution plans as well as providing extensive trade-off analysis to distill the enormous number of variables down to manageable decisions and options to allow clients to make a clear and informed decision on the best way to develop their unconventional assets. 

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