Moomba CCS to cut SA emissions by 7%

Moomba CCS SA Emissions

Equinox is proud to deliver Detail Design services for the Santos Moomba Carbon Capture project. Dept. of Energy & Mining (South Australia) advises that this represents a cut of 7% to all South Australia emissions. The CCS project will permanently store 1.7 million tonnes of CO2 per year. Read more.

Equinox delivers Moomba CCS Detail Design – targeting US$24 per tonne of CO2

Moomba Detail Design

Equinox Engineering is proud to deliver the engineering design of the Moomba CCS project facilities for Santos Ltd. Santos (and joint venture partner Beach Energy) announced (1 November 2021) a final investment decision and will proceed with the A$220 million Moomba Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in South Australia, with start-up of the facility …

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Inga Sour Gas Compressor Station Relocation and Amine Expansion

Equinox successfully executed a complete facility relocation and amine expansion of the Inga Sour Gas Compressor Station. The assets for the station, originally the Fortune Creek Compressor and Dehydration Station in the Horn River Basin of British Columbia, were acquired by our client and then relocated to the Inga new gas compression and dehydration station …

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Montney Wellpad Development Program

Equinox successfully executed full engineering services and construction support for a Montney Wellpad Development Program in Fort St. John, British Columbia. Equinox’s scope involved developing an optimized, standard wellpad design to reduce capital cost, accelerate engineering and construction schedules, and provide our client with a templated wellpad design that can be replicated for future well …

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Equinox Insights on CCUS

Reduction of CO2 Emissions An opportunity for many industries to reduce CO2 emissions from their day-to-day activities can be achieved through Carbon Capture Utilization & Storage (CCUS). Large facilities worldwide for gas processing, upgrading, refining and power generation operations implement CCUS schemes to meet emission targets. Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Carbon can be removed …

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Arcadia Gas Processing Facility

Equinox successfully completed FEED, Detail Design and installation of the ACS-02 Arcadia Gas Processing Facility in Queensland, Australia. The new 80 MMscfd facility leverages leading edge technology for environmental sensitivity including sound attenuation to all compression, low-profile ground level flare for minimal visibility, and specific attention to emission reduction / optimization. Equinox worked closely with …

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Duvernay Stabilization 3

Equinox Engineering recently executed the Detail Design of this 20,000 bpd Stabilization Facility in the Duvernay area of Fox Creek, Alberta. The facility is now in construction. The Duvernay Stabilization 3 (DS3) includes the addition of a third stabilization train sized for 20,000 bpd with additional storage (1 x 15,000 bbl tank). The project accounted …

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Lift Gas Facility

Equinox successfully executed the FEED and is currently executing the Detail Design for the Lift Gas Facility. This 30 MMscfd Lift Gas Facility is a brownfield expansion to an existing 240 MMscfd processing facility. The intent of the facility is to both free up processing capacity at the existing Gas Plant (in northern British Columbia) …

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COVID-19 Update: Business Continuity

As the current COVID-19 situation evolves, Equinox has been proactive in our planning, response and action. The health and well-being of our staff, clients, contractors and vendors remains the top priority and is at the forefront of our business continuity planning. With state of the art technology for teleconferencing and video conferencing, combined with over …

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