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Enterprise commissions Orla 1 gas plant

May 14/2018

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP), Houston, has entered the first of three cryogenic natural gas processing plants at its operations in Reeves County, Tex., near Orla, as per Ogj.

The 300-MMcfd Orla 1 train, which is also equipped to extract more than 40,000-b/d of NGLs, began commercial operations as of May 2, EPP said. Alongside commissioning of Orla 1, the partnership also entered into service about 70 miles of high-pressure residue gas pipeline connecting the plant to its existing intrastate gas pipeline system and a 30-mile extension of its NGL system to provide producers with takeaway capacity and direct access to EPPs integrated network of NGL assets.

Startup of the Orla 1 train will be followed by commissioning of the Orla 2 train in fourth-quarter 2018 and the Orla 3 processing train in 2019, the operator said. Once completed, the three trains will be able to process up to 1 bcfd of gas and have the capacity to produce 150,000 b/d of NGLs.

"The start of operations at our Orla natural gas processing complex will facilitate continued growth of natural gas and NGL production in the Permian basin, which is expected to double over the next 4 years," said A.J. Teague, chief executive officer of EPPs general partner.

Completion of the three trains at Orla, along with EPPs existing assets, will increase the operators Permian processing capacity to 1.5 bcfd, and when combined with EPPs extensive integrated midstream network that includes its NGL fractionation and storage complex in Mont Belvieu, Tex., Orla will support Delaware basin producers with flow assurance and access to expanding domestic and international markets, Teague said.


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Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:petroleum products, petrochemistry, Crude oil.
Category:General News
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