MULTI-HEAD SYSTEM PREVENTS HYDRATE FORMATION IN ZINC FIELD FLOW LINES

A high-pressure methanol multihead metering system will prevent hydrate formation on flow lines from the Zinc field subsea template in the Gulf of Mexico to the nearby Alabaster platform. Exxon Co. USA operates both fields. The Zinc field is produced through the largest multiwell satellite subsea template in the Gulf of Mexico. Installed in 1993, the template sits in 1,460 ft of water on Mississippi Canyon Block 354, about 50 miles south of Grand Isle, La. The $1-30 million project will

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