Modular Glycol Dehydration Unit Increases Run Time

Overview

There’s something about a customer calling you at 7pm seeking assistance on a current project they have going on and you’re able to deliver a solution by 10am the next morning.  It’s gratifying.  This is exactly what happened with our customer, Life Cycle Power.  We couldn’t be more proud of the entire BOLD team, including our customer, for seamlessly executing and solving a last minute issue.

We received the call one evening around 7pm from LCP stating that the liquids in their gas stream were decreasing their run time for their turbines, which create energy.  After a couple hours of discussion, we knew we could assist with conditioning their fuel gas for their natural gas driven turbine generators with our B-DRY Modular 300K BTU/hr Glycol Dehydration Unit.

When we asked when he needed this solution by, he said, “yesterday”.  We knew we had to jump!  By this time, it’s about 10pm and we were able to engage our Operations Team and pull together the details for them so they can execute in a timely manner.  Location, logistics, glycol, roustabouts, you name it…it got set up.  Phone calls, texts, pin drops…all exchanged immediately allowing for a smooth execution!  Not to mention 3rd party vendors that come through last minute, so kudos to them!!  #greatpartners

By about midnight, we received confirmation from our Operations Team that logistics have been set up for 8am and the modular glycol dehydration unit would be on location by 10am.  It was time to get some rest!

The deadlines were met and we were on location by 10am the next day.   Our Operations Team met the roustabout crews and assisted with set up.  We were able to set up our full scale telemetry with our customer that allows them to monitor their flow data 24/7/365.  This was a huge plus for them considering they weren’t able to do this before!  Now we can monitor dew point to ensure they’re getting continuous run time.  Within a couple hours of tying everything in, we were rolling!  At 480 psi we were able to bring the water content down to #2/MMcfd as well as remove highly corrosive VOC’s to protect the integrity of the turbine engine.

We also saved our customer on freight charges b/c our modular glycol dehydration unit is all on ONE skid!  That’s right, the gas train, regen side, and BTEX are all together.  So that meant, one truck and one crane.  Conventional dehydration skids are typically a few skids that require multiple truck loads, cranes, and excess rig up time to plumb each skid together.   Logistics has always been a headache for our customers, so we solved it for them.  #oneskid

Life Cycle Power was grateful we were able to pull this project together overnight, literally.  We are grateful for partners like LCP to entrust in BOLD to get the work done.

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Introducing The BOLD Blog

This crazy market has presented us with so many challenges.  One of them being, “How do we stay connected with our customers, potential customers, and colleagues?”

With so much additional time in front of our electronics, we thought it’d be a great idea to allow our audience to be a part of our projects, state of the art technology, industry thoughts, asset information, safety updates, and so much more!

The BOLD Blog will capture and document real time project installs, and updates that will include never before seen pictures and videos.

We may talk business, we may talk personal, but it’ll all be BOLD.  We hope to capture and maintain an audience that can appreciate this raw output of information and potentially have a project we can provide a solution for.

We are TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN * CUSTOMER FOCUSED

H2S Scavenging Costs Reduced with Non Triazine SGT-281

The anticipation of a new project with a new Customer left us (and our Customer) nothing less than anxious.  Out in God’s Country, the Permian Basin, is where the setting of the project is.  Who attended the party?  BOLD HSE, Sales, Operations, Engineering, I&E, and even upper management.  That’s right…even our CEO had to be a part of this new and exciting adventure we are experiencing.  Afterall, he couldn’t let us have all the fun!

A little background on this customer…They needed a solution to reduce chemical costs while increasing safety, and efficiencies.  The previous chemical vender wasn’t economical on the volume that they needed to treat, and contract specifications were becoming more stringent.  In addition, our design was more robust with more options for disposal versus their current infrastructure.  The bonus factor was that we were able to provide a turnkey solution which was a breath of fresh air for our Customer.  It was almost like winning the lottery during a time in our industry when our Customers’ are all understaffed and hopeful that Vendor/Partners can step up their game.

Who, in today’s market isn’t interested in saving money??  ANY TAKERS?.  From the cost/lb of sulfur removed, to the modularity, to the telemetry, operational execution, we crushed the cost savings!!

Take a look at this timeline.  Notice how much is done in 6 hours??  This is due to the modular design of the unit, our dedicated Service Team, and our Customer that was ready for us to move in and get to work.  #efficient

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The Timeline

8:00 AM – BOLD arrived on location
8:15 AM – JSA complete
8:20 AM – Crane mobilize
8:30 AM – Truck on location
9:15 AM – Main skid set
9:30 AM – Spent solution scrubber offloaded
9:40 AM – Inlet/outlet flanges bolted up
9:50 AM – Spent solution scrubber set in place
9:50 AM – PSVs bolted up
10:00 AM – Skids bolted together
10:00 AM – Inlet/outlet piping complete
10:20 AM – Tower stood
10:45 AM – Chemical make-up tank and stand set
11:10 AM – Tubing complete
11:30 AM – CTS mechanically complete
12:15 PM – Chemical make-up tank filled with 800 gallons
1:45 PM – I&E complete
2:00 PM – Contactor filled with 4200 gallons and BOLD off location

Customer is ready to open up and start treating!!

This is the first of many installs/projects we’ll be blogging about!  Each will present a new challenge and we welcome it.

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Mobile Total Flow Coolers Reduce Costs and Emissions

Cost Savings.  This will be a topic of conversation for quite some time.  That’s ok though, because BOLD has a solution.

Let’s talk coolers.  Gas coolers and liquid coolers…the industry standard has been a conventional skid mounted gas or liquid cooling unit that is powered by an engine driven motor that is attached to it.  We thought, “How can we reduce our customer’s costs with this type of product?”

Logistics, telemetry, maintenance fleet, safety…these were all important measures we looked at.

A). Conventional Cooling Units will cost thousands of dollars to mobilize.  You need either a winch truck or a large double drop trailer with a crane to load and offload, yet still have to pay for a permit load.  Those are substantial costs our Customers had to worry about.  What happens if a cooler is set and the well ends up needing an intervention?  Guess what, that truck and crane have to come back out, wait, and reset.  That’s right…sky rocketing costs incur, including down time that nobody can afford right now.  Then what happens if the cooler needs to be moved to a new well?  Same costs.  See the pattern?

BOLD SOLUTION? Our B-Cool Total Flow Mobile Coolers are on trailers that can be hauled with a 3/4 ton (F-250).  The trailer connection is a standard 2 5/16 gooseneck ball.  This simplified logistics for our Customer and eliminated thousands of dollars they would typically incur.

B). Conventional Cooling Units have their own engine driven motor attached to each unit.  This means multiple PM’s, and emissions from each unit. On a 9 well pad with 9 BOLD Coolers we will have one natural gas generator with 1 PM.  The conventional approach is 9 skid or block mounted coolers with 9 engines that will all need PMs and the emission footprint is a note-worthy topic for most Operators.

BOLD SOLUTION?  We have mobile natural gas powered electric generators that we can deploy and have the capability to power up to 9 mobile coolers.  That’s 1 PM and substantial emissions reduction (i.e 9 conventional coolers will have 9 sources of emissions vs 9 BOLD total flow coolers with 1 mobile natural gas generator; having 1 source of emissions)

C). Conventional Cooling Units may not all have redress documentation and updated certifications.  Nor will they all be equipped with the robust technology to monitor flow data 24/7/365.

BOLD SOLUTION?   SAFETY is key.  With our B-Cool Fleet being new and still growing, the tube quality and piping infrastructure is superior.  In addition, we provide all redress documentation and certifications on each unit before they deploy.  Also, each unit has full scale telemetry where you can monitor, inlet/outlet pressure and temperature, ambient temperature, vibration, and VFD speed.   This can eliminate the need/liability for manpower on location to check cooler status.

There are so many “cool” features to this product and the fact that we have reduced our Customer’s project expenses on a rental asset, service costs, and emissions is a big win for both parties!

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B-Cool

Honker

TestHonker Skid and Trailer Mounted; 53’ Double Drop King Pin Trailer
Safety Features:
High/Low Level Switches
Pressure Pilots
Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device
Complete Process Piping Including:
Redundant Dumps
Redundant Fuel Gas Train
Measurement Equipment:
4” Orifice Gas Measurement –Junior Meter Run
2” Liquid Turbine Meters with Full Bypasses

B-SKO: Sand Traps

B-SKO Overview

This process is crucial as it protects the integrity of the production equipment downstream. BOLD’s sand trap fleet ranges from 16” to 41” OD, 5,800# – 10,000# in size and includes Conventional and Cyclonic options.

The Bold Advantage

Safety

  • Annual UT/PSV Recertification Program
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Modular Design/Value Adds

  • Built on L-shaped structural skid
  • Engineered internals allow for more effective separation
  • Conventional and Cyclonic
  • Pipe spools and adjustable choke on the blow down available
  • Sand Trap Trailer (Optional)

Operations/Engineering

  • Complimentary Start up and commissioning services
  • 24/7/365 field service support/troubleshooting
  • PFD and engineering support
  • Performance curves available
  • 20”x 8’
  • L-Shaped Skid
  • 2” Inlet/Gas Outlet/Drain
  • Bypass
  • Relief Valve
  • 24”x 8’
  • L-Shaped Skid
  • 2” Inlet/Gas Outlet/Drain
  • Adjustable Choke on the Blowdown
  • Pipe Spools
  • Relief Valve
  • 16”x 11’
  • L-Shaped Skid
  • 3” Inlet/Gas Outlet/Drain
  • Bypass
  • Relief Valve
  • Skid and Trailer Mounted
  • Small Foot Print: Less Than 1 Hour Rig up/Rig Down Time
  • 3 Times More Capacity vs. Cylindrical Systems
  • No Sacrificial Baffle Plate, Works on Patented Centrifugal Action
  • Skid Mounted or Trailer Mounted
  • Permanent or Temporary Installations
  • Capable of Replacing: Plug Catcher, Sand Filter, Choke Manifold in One Package
  • Flexible Design for Use on Multi Well Pads from Flowback Through Well Testing and Production

B-Hot: Flare Stacks

B-Hot Overview

A Flare Stack is an elevated vertical stack used for burning unusable waste gas in a variety of oil and gas production applications. The gas flaring process typically takes place when it is uneconomical to retain the waste gas. BOLD’s Flare Stacks are trailer mounted and equipped with hydraulic assist. Our units are NACE compliant, 6” x 60’ in size and furnished with a 25 MMSCF/D Standard Burner Tip.

The Bold Advantage

Safety

  • NACE Compliant

Modular Design/Value Adds

  • Hydraulic Lift; Trailer Mounted
  • Integrated Knockout Pot
  • Electric Ignitor
  • Dual Connections
  • Quad O Compliant Smokeless Tip and Standard Tip available

Operations/Engineering

  • Complimentary Start up and commissioning services
  • 24/7/365 field service support/troubleshooting
  • PFD and engineering support
  • Performance curves available

B-Heat: Line Heaters

B-Heat Overview

Line Heaters are used with high-pressure natural gas streams to counteract the cooling effect when the gas pressure is reduced to sales line Pressure or needed pressure. The reduction in pressure causes a Joule-Thomson (JT) effect. The JT effect causes rapid cooling of the gas stream, which can result in hydrate formation. Line Heaters can also be used to heat and stabilize oil to aid in separation and fluid movement.

The Bold Advantage

Safety

  • Annual UT/PSV Recertification Program
  • Heater is packaged in accordance with ASME B31.3
  • Process coil is sour service ready
  • Level safety low
  • High temp shut down
  • Telemetry (Optional)

Modular Design/Value Adds

  • Unit is skid mounted & self-contained
  • 22 pass cushion coil system, 4”, 6,000#
  • Burner management system with electronic ignition for safe operations
  • Includes expansion tank, removable fire tube & hinge stack
  • Burner runs on fuel gas or propane supply

Operations/Engineering

  • Complimentary Start up and commissioning services
  • 24/7/365 field service support/troubleshooting
  • PFD and engineering support
  • Performance curves available

B-Four: 4 Phase Production Separator

B-Four Overview

Production Separators have the full ability to separate and effectively measure gas, oil, water, and solids.

BOLD’s 4 phase production separators are built on a containment skid and trailer mounted with the ability to remove the asset from the trailer for permanent applications. Our vessels range from 30” to 94” OD and 150# to 2,000# in size and have fully flanged versus threaded pipe.

The Bold Advantage

Trailer Mounted with Containment Pans

Safety Features

  • Annual UT/PSV Recertification Program
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device
  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Telemetry Package (Optional)

Mobile Design/Value Adds

  • Trailer Mounted with Containment Pans
  • Advanced Engineered Internals for Effective Separation
  • Redundant Dumps, Redundant Fuel Gas Trains, Manifold Systems

Operations/Engineering

  • Complimentary Start up and commissioning services
  • 24/7/365 field service support/troubleshooting
  • PFD and engineering support
  • Performance curves available

Mobile Design

  • Skid and Trailer Mounted; 53’ Double Drop King Pin Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train

Measurement Equipment:

  • 4” V-Cone Gas Measurement – Senior Meter Run
  • 2” Liquid Turbine Meters with Full Bypasses

Mobile Design

  • Skid and Trailer Mounted; 53’ Double Drop King Pin Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train

Measurement Equipment:

  • 4” V-Cone Gas Measurement – Senior Meter Run
  • 2” Liquid Turbine Meters with Full Bypasses

Mobile Design

  • Skid and Trailer Mounted; 53’ Double Drop King Pin Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train

Measurement Equipment:

  • 4” V-Cone Gas Measurement – Senior Meter Run
  • 2” Liquid Turbine Meters with Full Bypasses

Mobile Design

  • Skid and Trailer Mounted; 32’ Gooseneck Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train
  • Built in Manifold System (co-mingling)

Measurement Equipment:

  • 4” V-Cone Gas Measurement – Senior Meter Run
  • 2” Liquid Turbine Meters

Mobile Design

  • Skid and Trailer Mounted; 32’ Gooseneck Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train

Measurement Equipment:

  • 2” V-Cone Gas Measurement
  • 2” Liquid Turbine Meters

Mobile Design

  • Frac Tank Style Trailer

Safety Features:

  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device

Complete Process Piping Including:

  • Redundant Dumps
  • Redundant Fuel Gas Train

Measurement Equipment:

  • 4” V-Cone Gas Measurement
  • 3” Liquid Turbine Meters

B-Clean: Filter Separators

B-Clean Overview

Filter Separators protect the integrity of the gas treating applications downstream of compressors, glycol dehydration units, fuel gas applications. This vessel is designed to remove particulates from natural gas streams. BOLD’s fleet contains a variety of high-pressure filter separators.

The Bold Advantage

Containment Skid and Trailer Mounted; 32’ Gooseneck Trailer

Safety Features

  • Annual UT/PSV Recertification Program
  • Pressure Relief Valves with In-Service Test Device
  • High/Low Level Switches
  • Pressure Pilots
  • Telemetry Package (Optional)

Mobile Design/Value Adds

  • Built on Containment Skids and Trailer Mounted
  • Advanced Engineered Internals for Effective Separation
  • Redundant Dumps, Redundant Fuel Gas Trains, Manifold Systems

Operations/Engineering

  • Complimentary Start up and commissioning services
  • 24/7/365 field service support/troubleshooting
  • PFD and engineering support
  • Performance curves available