Expanding Regional Presence for Midstream Client

As part of their strategy for increasing their regional presence, our client needed to construct an oilfield haul truck offload and rail loadout facility near Douglas, Wyoming. They hired TREC as a trusted partner for their piping infrastructure needs.

Construction on this project had already begun when we began collaborating on this project. Our main task was to design the piping infrastructure that would transfer crude oil from the client’s three 100,000 barrel storage tanks, through Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT) skids and deliver it to either an onsite rail loadout terminal or to one of two crude oil transmission pipelines.

Our team’s involvement in this project began with partial site surveys to verify the site’s as-built civil conditions. The team then completed updated site layout and the structural foundation designs for the three new LACT skids. Above and below ground transfer piping was designed to connect the storage tanks with the LACT skids, rail terminal, and transmission pipelines. Pipe supports were designed for all above ground piping and a piping bridge was designed to allow the pipeline connections to cross the primary ring haul road.

Details

Confidential Client
Douglas, WY

Team

Project Manager
Industrial Manufacturing Process
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