HENECO's range of experience with production facilities includes minimal facilities to large production and treating systems. Services are provided to assist Clients from the initial inception of their project. Regardless of the type of Oil & Gas project or the scope of services required, HENECO has the experience and capabilities to provide the customer with a safe, simplistic, cost effect design that will minimize your capital and operating expenditures while maximizing your facilities’ life cycle.
Shell Pearl Integrated Gas-to-Liquid Project
Ras Laffan, Qatar
Shell Global Solutions
The Pearl GTL project is the largest gas to liquids conversion plant in the world and was commissioned to full capacity in 2012.
The project is a Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) between Qatar Petroleum and Shell with the primary products produced being naphtha and transport fuels with paraffins and lubricant oils as smaller by-products of the process. The transport fuel can be used in existing light and heavy diesel engines and has been shown to have a number of benefits such as lower emissions and engine performance enhancement.
HENECO was contracted to provide Fracture Assessment of some Shell Pearl GTL Piping Systems. The brittle fracture assessment is intended to assist Shell in making the decision to perform post weld heat treatment (PWHT) on the piping systems.
Scope also cover Non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection and analysis of the inspection scans with a focus on characterizing the potential anisotropy of the damage and identify
material for testing; Tensile testing in hydrogen to address the potential effects of hydrogen on the mechanical properties of HIC damaged material.
Mary Rhodes Phase 2 Pipeline Project
Nueces County, TX
The project includes engineering a raw water delivery system to transfer 35,000 acre-feet per year of water from the Lower Colorado River to the existing Mary Rhodes Pipeline system, which will then transfer the Garwood water to the O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plan. The project includes the following structures: Mary Rhodes Phase 2 water intake structure, river pump station, sedimentation basin, and booster pump station, Tie-in to the Mary Rhodes Phase 1 Pipeline at the existing West Delivery Pump Station, 41-mile Mary Rhodes Phase 2 Pipeline (54” diameter pipe), and a Fiber optic communication. The project team evaluated delivery methods for the project and developed a pipeline route. Based on the delivery method and alignment, HENECO provided Onsite Construction Inspection Services and project representative services.
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