• Riser Stations & ESD Stations
  • Inline Pigging Design
  • Construction Management

Regulatory Capability

  • NEB Pipeline Application and Submission
  • Class 1 Conservation and Reclamation Pipeline Studies and Applications
  • Creek Crossing ERP
  • Creek Crossing Applications
  • Fish Studies and Impact Migrations Strategies
  • Ungulate Plans
  • NEB Pipelines
  • Historical and Wildlife Surveys
  • Soil Survey
  • Paleontological
  • Natural Gas Pipelines
  • Acid Gas Pipelines
  • Crude Oil Pipelines with Batch Capabilities
  • Steam Pipelines (Above & Below Ground)
  • Hot Bitumen Pipelines (Above & Below Ground)
  • HVP & LVP Pipelines
  • Produced & Fresh Water Pipelines
  • Abandonment & Rehabilitation
  • Diameters 30” NPS and smaller
  • Muskeg/Buoyance control Design
  • Geotechnical Surveys/Design
  • Slope Stability/Erosion Design
  • Permafrost Pipelines
  • Crossings Design
  • Major Rivers
  • Highways & Roads
  • Pipeline Bridges
  • Materials Selection and Management

Experience

16” - 10 km Express Multi-Line Pipeline

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  • Project management, engineering, design, regulatory, and procurement for the construction of a mult-line pipeline installation to transport 111 mmscfd of gas and 1000 bbl/day condensate
  • Major crossing of the North Saskatchewan River with a bore length of 2.4 km
  • One of the longest river crossings in Western Canada
  • 16” Sales Gas Pipeline
  • 8” Fuel Gas Pipeline
  • 8” Gas Gathering Pipeline
  • 4” Condensate Pipeline

 

12”- 16 km Acid Gas Pipeline

  • Doubled the capacity of a Foothills sour gas system through the effective utilization of hydraulic modeling and process engineering
  • Completed the project management, mechanical design, civil design, and materials sourcing for the project
  • 16 km of 8” OD sour gas pipeline and 32 km of 3” glycol subsurface heat trace pipeline loop (design temperature 60 °C)
  • Retrofitted three (3) compressors and relocated gas blending facilities
  • Designed and strategically installed line heaters along pipeline route

 

24” & 16” - 2900 m Above Ground SAGD Flowlines

  • Cost/benefit analysis to maximize cost savings of flowline through reductions in pipe diameter, materials, and wall thickness
  • High operating temperatures (i.e. Steam at 320°C)
  • Extensive stress analysis to dictate anchor/guide and expansion loops design
  • Hydraulic and system modeling
  • Examination of fluid velocities to optimize fluid flow for both present and future production scenarios
  • Mitigation of slugging on both the steam and produced gas lines
  • Extensive environmental design to ensure minimal impact to ungulate