Teesside Gas Processing Plant (TGPP) is an independently owned, highly efficient and flexible gas processing plant which has, since construction, been operated and managed to world class standards by px.
at a glance:
• Top tier COMAH installation
• Dual 400mmSCF/day per processing train design capable
of processing the equivalent of ~ 6% UK gas
• Over 30km of associated high hazard pipework
• Deep liquid recovery and extraction capability (Propane,
Butane and Condensate)
• Exemplary availability, production and safety
client: North Sea Midstream Partners
location: Teesside, UK
Teesside Gas Processing Plant consists of two gas trains processing the equivalent of around 6% of UK demand.
The operational reliability since start-up has been in excess of 99.5% and the plant has an exemplary safety record.
Natural gas originates from fields in the central North Sea and is transported onshore via the 250 mile Central Area Transmission System (CATS) pipeline.
The facility includes deep liquid recovery and extraction capability (Propane, Butane and Condensate).
px commercial team manages the logistics of all gas and liquid products.
px O&M team has been instrumental in the identification of highly innovative de-bottlenecking solutions which increase production, recovery rates and efficiency of the overall process.
Teesside Gas Processing Plant’s various awards across all elements of its business demonstrates that the px operations team strives not only to achieve best in class standards for performance and plant availability, but that this is achieved with best in class performance in relation to quality, health, safety and environmental management.
what our client says:
“Operations, management and maintenance continue to be provided on our behalf by px.
“At Teesside Gas Processing Plant safety and operational integrity are our top priorities. The px team helps us to ensure we deliver exemplary performance in the industry and provide a world class service to our customers in a highly regulated, complex and potentially hazardous industry.”
Chief Executive Officer, NSMP