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Making sure the equipment for the Irkutsk Oil Company gas project is first class

03.04.2015

On March 30, 2015 representatives of the Irkutsk Oil Company with engineers from the Toyo Engineering Corporation Ltd. and from Premium Engineering inspected the manufacturing process of packaged heating equipment by Heatec Inc. This equipment is part of a new natural and associated petroleum gas conditioning plant that is being designed and built by Premium Engineering.


To date almost all process equipment has been delivered to the Yaraktinskoye field with the exception of three Heatec heating units. Already in place are deethanizer and debutanizer columns, a 'cold' separator, multiple-stream heat exchangers, an inlet separator, drain tanks, air coolers, some 400 tons of steel structures, and 13 km of pipelines.


In the very near future the final pieces of equipment and materials needed to install VK pipe rack are due to be delivered on site along with illumination and fire fighting systems.



Project in brief


Irkutsk Oil Company is working on a project to develop gas reserves of Yaraktinskoye and Markovskoye oil, gas and condensate fields. Part of the Yaraktinskoye construction project is a natural and associated petroleum gas conditioning plant which incorporates the latest technology. It will provide a high degree of hydrocarbon recovery (at least 98.1%) from the natural and associated petroleum gas and will produce marketable propane, butane and gas condensate.


Premium Engineering is the EPC contractor for this project. The design institute of Premium Engineering has used state-of-the-art special purpose software to produce the various components for both basic and detailed engineering. A HAZOP study of the natural and associated petroleum gas conditioning plant design has been carried out in conjunction with the client’s operations department and third-party design and engineering companies. The state expert board reacted positively to the plant design.


The plant consists of hundreds of pieces of equipment, including many heavy and large units manufactured in the United States, Canada, and Europe.


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