Arrow plant steps on the gas

Posted September 28, 2015


Cranes being readied to lift a compressor skid from its transport trailer at the Daandine site.

Three new compressors are being added to Arrow’s Daandine central gas processing facility in the Surat Basin as part of a major plant and gasfields expansion project to increase local capacity.

The compressor packages, each weighing about 250 tonnes, arrived on site from late June to mid-August.

Custom-made in Kerui, China, they include the compressors and engine skids, coolers, pipeworks, exhausts, and control panels.

An Arrow spokeswoman said the three new compressors were being added to seven existing units at the Daandine central gas processing facility.

The Daandine field, 30km west of Dalby, has been producing CSG for Arrow’s domestic gas business since 2006.

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