Chevron – Two Creeks Sour Oil Battery Expansion

Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. (GLE) completed the Pre-FEED and and the detailed Plant Optimization design of Chevron’s Two Creeks Sour Oil Battery Expansion project, including the re-licensing of the facility for increased capacity, as well as full in-house EI&C engineering.

Chevron drilled new wells in the vicinity of the Two Creeks Oil Battery, which required modifications to the existing oil battery, as well as the installation of a 27 km 4” 900 Class pipeline from the oil battery to the Pembina Duvernay Gas Plant. Startup occurred in May 2020.

The following new equipment was installed:

  • Slug Catcher
  • Sweetening Inlet Separator
  • Battery Gas Compression Package – 3.3 MMSCF/d
  • Methanol Injection and Storage
  • Condensate Pump Package
  • Sour Tank Vent Scrubber
  • Water Degasser & Repurposing of Existing Inlet Separator
  • Combustor
  • Office Building
  • MCC / Instrument Air / Control Building
  • LED Lighting
  • 25 kVA 600 VAC Transformer
  • Tank Berm Modifications

The following existing equipment was removed:

  • One (1) 400 bbl Produced Water Tank
  • One (1) 1000 bbl Produced Water Tank
  • Four (4) 400 bbl Produced Hydrocarbon Tanks
  • Methanol Tank
  • Flash Drum & Building
  • Line Heater
  • H₂S Scavenger Tank
  • Existing Glycol Tracing System and Insulation