BCCK granted contract to improve economics at gas facility

By Keefe Borden10 January 2022

BCCK said its experts have extensive experience in natural gas liquids (NGL) extraction and fractionation. Image courtesy of BCCK.

BCCK Holding Company (BCCK), an engineering, procurement, fabrication and field construction company, was granted an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to improve overall project economics at a cryogenic gas facility in the Marcellus-Utica Basin, in southeastern Ohio, U.S.

BCCK developed a simple and effective modification that will improve on the existing cryogenic plant design and equipment, increasing propane recovery and associated revenue in the process. The project will utilize a skidded BCCK patent-pending design, which will be available to enhance propane recoveries at many of the existing 200 mmscf/d gas subcooled process (GSP) facilities operating throughout the U.S.

“BCCK is further expanding our portfolio in natural gas cryogenic processing with the addition of this patent-pending technology that enhances recoveries at existing GSP cryogenic facilities,” said Brian Petko, senior vice president of engineering, BCCK. “We are excited to be working with one of the premier midstream groups in the Marcellus-Utica Basin, who is our latest client desiring higher realized revenue from their product. We were ultimately selected due to our overall process design and flexibility of offering.”

The full EPC project will draw upon all of the BCCK Holding companies: BCCK Engineering for detailed engineering and design; NG Resources for fabrication; and NGF Construction for field installation.

BCCK Holding, the parent company of BCCK Engineering, NG Resources and NGF Construction, is based in Midland, Texas and specializes in full EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) projects including concept, engineering, design, fabrication, manufacturing and complete construction services.

BCCK Engineering is known for its NiTech nitrogen rejection technology. The company said it has more than 25 years of experience with nitrogen floods, fire floods, coal mine methane projects, and naturally occurring low Btu gas streams. The company’s NiTech technology enables producers to recover once by-passed reserves to create new revenue streams and improve environmental impact, BCCK said.

The company’s nitrogen recovery technology is an economical effective, efficient and environmentally friendly process to remove nitrogen from inlet flow rates as low as 5 mmscf/d to rates over 275 mmscf/d, it said.

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