Metering systems for Ruwais 4th NGL Project

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23 July 2012

Alderley FZE, a subsidiary of Alderley plc, has successfully delivered NGL and DEO metering systems for the Ruwais 4th Natural Gas Liquids train. The contract was issued to Alderley FZE by Petrofac – GS Engineering Constructions (Petrofac-GS Joint Venture) and is for the 4th NGL train of Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO) at the Ruwais complex in Abu Dhabi.

Alderley FZE’s scope of supply is for 1 x NGL metering system (3 x 50% streams) and 1 x DEO (De-Ethaniser Overhead) Gas metering system (2 x 100% steams). The NGL skid uses Coriolis meters as a primary element as these have the advantage of providing direct mass flow readings desired by the client. The DEO metering skid uses ultrasonic technology as the primary element, which due to its construction, is most suitable for high flow gas deliveries. Alderley will also supply the associated control systems for both metering systems.

Mike Shepherd, General Manager of Alderley FZE comments, “AFZE have delivered a number of metering packages for GASCO and we were delighted to work with Petrofac – GS Engineering Constructions to deliver once again high accuracy metering packages that are best suited for the applications and the clients requirements.”

The systems were designed, manufactured and tested at Alderley FZE’s facility in Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates. Alderley FZE provides the full range of services for engineering, supply and operation of bespoke metering and produced water treatment solutions to the oil and gas industry.


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