Oil and Gas
The Combabula Gas Processing Facility (GPF) and Village is located three hours north-west of Roma, QLD and is part of the Australia Pacific LNG upstream gas processing pipeline. The project included construction offices, a 200 person village (phase 1) and a 350 person village (phase 2), with administration and support buildings.
MAK Water was contracted to design, manufacture and commission a customised 550EP potable water treatment plant to treat bore water for compliance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG). The client was looking for a fully automated, low maintenance system with online monitoring, suitable for such a remote location.
- Custom design and manufacture of 165 m3/day containerised Ultrafiltration (UF) plant
- Continuous recirculation of the contents of the six potable water tanks with online monitoring of free chlorine and automated dosing to maintain compliance with ADWG
- Containerised with insulation and duty standby
air conditioning to avoid heat degradation of sodium hypochlorite
- Self-contained equipment with protection from the harsh environment and including safety shower and eyewash station
- Plant powered by a combination of solar power and diesel generators
- Premium instrumentation with turbidity transmitter, online alarms and remote monitoring
- Flow totaliser to record daily water consumption
- On site commissioning and training of local operators with ongoing service and maintenance provided
RESULTS AND BENEFITS
- Low Maintenance. High level of automation and online monitoring to improve reliability.
- Turnkey solution. Custom “fit for purpose” design in a durable prefabricated containerised system.
- Compliance. Ensures compliance with ADWG.