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DE-MINERALISED WATER FOR ONSHORE GAS PLANT

Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis & Continuous Electro- deionisation

Oil & Gas

Karratha, Western Australia

BACKGROUND

A Gas Plant in Karratha – home to one of the most advanced, integrated gas production systems in the world, where LNG, domestic gas, condensate and LPG is produced, approached MAK Water to assist with a new demineralised water plant. The water treatment plant was a part of a US$5 billion life extension program, to extend the life of the asset by 20 years.
MAK Water has been a long term and trusted supplier to the client; working cooperatively with their contractor during the budgeting phase, MAK Water was awarded the contract to design, manufacture, supply and commission the new demineralised water plant.

SOLUTION

De-mineralised water plant: 2 x 325 m3/day trains comprising brackish water reverse osmosis followed by continuous electro-deionisation.


ENGINEERING AND DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

  • HAZOP, safety in design, operability and constructability studies
  • Detailed 3D modelling for human factors engineering
  • Client specific drawing & data package, including material certificates/traceability
  • Client preferred Form 4A/3B MCCs and PLCs

CONTAINERISED DEMINERALISED WATER PLANT

  • Two stage brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO)
  • IonPure continuous electro deionisation (CEDI)
  • pH correction, de-chlorination and anti-scalant dosing

RESULTS AND BENEFITS

  • Informed Buyer Model. A fit-for-purpose solution that complies with client specifications in a commercially sensible manner.
  • Pre-tested, modular design. Plants were fully assembled and factory tested, and supplied with prefabricated interconnecting piping and cabling for easy site installation.
  • Lowest operating cost. Plants were designed to minimise operator intervention, and fitted with remote monitoring and control capabilities.
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