ENERGAS has delivered gas treatment system for compressor station of KMPO at the field Alan in Uzbekistan

19/03/2015 11:09 am

(UzDaily.com) -- OJSC Kazan Motor Production Association (KMPO).on request of NHC Uzbekneftegaz built a booster compressor station (BCS) at the gas field Alan consisting of two gas-pumping units GPU-16 "Volga". BCS is equipped with a process fuel and starting gas treatment system.

Booster compressor station (BCS) is constructed in the framework of the development of gas field "Alan" in southern Uzbekistan. Project's customer is the company Uzbekneftegaz. Designer is LLC EAST-WEST Engineering (Tashkent). Construction is performed by OJSC Kazan Motor Production Association (KMPO).

BCS site is located near the CGTP Alan (at the CGTP gas inlet). In conditions of field depletion compressor station is designed to maintain the pressure of low-sulfur feed gas at the inlet to the low-temperature separation unit - at a level ensuring normal operation of turbo-expanders.

The project helps to increase the production of residual gas and condensate reserves in the field and to support the nominal conditions of gas processing before it is fed to the Mubarek Gas Processing Plant (MGPP).

Compressor station consists of two turbo-compressor gas-pumping units GPU-16 "Volga". GPU are made on the basis of centrifugal compressors 244GTS2-220/20,5-44M12456 and 204GTS2-100/44-75M1245; as actuators there are used gas-turbine engines NK-16-18ST manufactured by KMPO. Capacity of the station will be 5 billion m3/year.

BCS is equipped with fuel and starting gas treatment system GS-FHP-400/56 manufactured by LLC "BelgorodENERGAS" - a subsidiary of ENERGAS. Gas treatment system is a processing unit of maximum factory-readiness made on single (open) frame.

Capacity of gas treatment system is 14400...17600 m3/h. The unit is designed to accommodate a wide ambient temperature range (-28...+49°C). Assigned resource (service life) is 25 years. Supply of equipment, as well as information and technical support of the project were implemented by the Russian company ENERGAS.