Company
Fractionator
Location
Wyoming
Project
By-Rail Load Facility
Services
Full Service – Design/Construct
Product
LPG, Butane, #1 Gasoline, Iso-Butane
Capacity
8 Spot Railcar
Status
Completed in August 2013

Liquid Transfer Group came in to remedy past errors after a previous EPC contractor stalled out and defaulted on the faltering project.

Liquid Transfer Group designed a 4-spot railcar loading rack for an ammonia loadout facility in Louisiana. The 800-acre facility is located on the Mississippi River and was looking to increase safety precautions for operators while increasing production capacity to 800,000 metric tons.

Ammonia is the most common source of plant nitrogen. Because it must be stored and handled under high pressure, high-quality, reliable loading equipment is essential to ensure operator and environmental safety. We designed loading towers, platforms, pipe bridges, canopy systems, and metering skids. As an EPC contractor with extensive experience in loading and fall prevention, our innovative solutions guaranteed a successful completion of this project.

 


 

Project Details

  • 4200 linear ft of new rail construction on customer owned spur
  • Perform all grubbing of organic soils, excavating down 6’
  • Install compactible materials for sub-grade
  • Install road base prior to rail installation
  • Install foundations, structural steel, and mechanical components
  • Design/Construct four process lines including subterranean trunks (duct bank)
  • Install LPG, Butane, #1 gasoline, and diesel loading arms
  • Install vapor recovery hoses and API couplings
  • Install electrical system including duct banks
  • Install instrumentation
  • Install owner supplied compressor and vessel
  • Install owner supplied Knockout tank, Yokogawa flare, and propane fuel line
  • Install track mobile building and instrument air supply building
  • Install track pans, drainage system, and geomembrane lined spill containment pond
  • Commissioning and startup assistance

 

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Company
Fractionator
Location
Wyoming
Project
By-Rail Load Facility
Services
Full Service – Design/Construct
Product
LPG, Butane, #1 Gasoline, Iso-Butane
Capacity
8 Spot Railcar
Status
Completed in August 2013

Liquid Transfer Group came in to remedy past errors after a previous EPC contractor stalled out and defaulted on the faltering project.

Liquid Transfer Group designed a 4-spot railcar loading rack for an ammonia loadout facility in Louisiana. The 800-acre facility is located on the Mississippi River and was looking to increase safety precautions for operators while increasing production capacity to 800,000 metric tons.

Ammonia is the most common source of plant nitrogen. Because it must be stored and handled under high pressure, high-quality, reliable loading equipment is essential to ensure operator and environmental safety. We designed loading towers, platforms, pipe bridges, canopy systems, and metering skids. As an EPC contractor with extensive experience in loading and fall prevention, our innovative solutions guaranteed a successful completion of this project.

 


 

Project Details

  • 4200 linear ft of new rail construction on customer owned spur
  • Perform all grubbing of organic soils, excavating down 6’
  • Install compactible materials for sub-grade
  • Install road base prior to rail installation
  • Install foundations, structural steel, and mechanical components
  • Design/Construct four process lines including subterranean trunks (duct bank)
  • Install LPG, Butane, #1 gasoline, and diesel loading arms
  • Install vapor recovery hoses and API couplings
  • Install electrical system including duct banks
  • Install instrumentation
  • Install owner supplied compressor and vessel
  • Install owner supplied Knockout tank, Yokogawa flare, and propane fuel line
  • Install track mobile building and instrument air supply building
  • Install track pans, drainage system, and geomembrane lined spill containment pond
  • Commissioning and startup assistance

 

Download Case Study