Natural Gas Plant Debottlenecking Program

Edson Midstream Area connects multiple gas gathering systems to Edson gas plant. LPG debottlenecking project to enhance recovery rates and process rich gas efficiently.

Edson, AB

Enhancing Edson Gas Plant Liquid Recovery

The Edson Midstream Area contains the Sundance / Muskeg / Ansell / Medlodge and Erith / Columbia / Minehead Gas Gathering Systems. These systems deliver sweet and sour gas to the Edson gas plant and are connected to the Alliance, TransCanada, and ATCO pipelines.

The Edson Gas Plant LPG debottlenecking project remedied operational issues that negatively impacted liquid recovery rates and allowed processing of additional forecasted rich gas without impacting overall recoveries.


Enhancing Gas Plant Capacity and Efficiency

Engaged in multiple projects centered on Conceptual Studies and Engineering Design, such as the Minehead Inlet Capacity Study and Debottlenecking, where a design was formulated to facilitate additional gas and increased hydrocarbon rates at the Edson gas plant's Minehead Inlet. This design aimed to optimize the 10” Minehead pipeline, reaching a practical operating capacity and a nominal design target of 100mmscfd. Additionally, contributed to Gas Plant Debottlenecking efforts by implementing various upgrades to enhance liquid recovery rates and improve overall natural gas recovery. Conducted the Elkton Inlet Study, involving the development and evaluation of options to accommodate augmented gas and hydrocarbon rates at the Elkton inlet of the Edson Gas Plant. Furthermore, participated in the enhancement of the York Compressor Drive through compressor driver system and control system upgrades.

240/252 mmscfd Recovery
The plant's LPG recovery operation can reach up to 240/252 mmscfd at respective 75%/70% C3 recoveries.
Projects (Minehead Inlet Capacity Study and Debottlenecking, Gas Plant Debottlenecking, Elkton Inlet Study, York Compressor Drive).
2,300 km Pipeline Network
These systems, delivering sweet and sour gas to the Edson gas plant, are connected to approximately 2,300 km of pipelines across Alberta.
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