NOTICE TO ALL S-CON CUSTOMERS

Effective 7/31/2016, S-Con will only offer fabrication and design drafting services. If you have any questions, please contact Green Smith at 979-822-4445

2016 S-Con Inc. EMR: 0.76

EMR, experience modifier rate, is a three year history of claims paid by an insurance company over a three year period. The less payout of claims by insurance companies translates to a lower EMR. S-Con’s current, 2016 EMR is 0.76. Generally Speaking: Excellent: 0.40 –0.75 Good: 0.76 –1.00 Average to At Risk: 1.01 –1.25 At Risk to Adverse Projections: 1.26…

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S-Con Awarded 30 GPM Amine Regeneration Plant

S-Con was recently awarded the engineering, design, and fabrication of a 30 GPM Amine Regeneration Plant. The plant, consisting of four (4) modularized skid units, will be installed in Texas as an expansion of an existing Natural Gas Treating Plant. To ensure proper fit-up and spacing, S-Con assembled all skid modules inside its Bryan, Texas Assembly Shop, before shipment to…

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S-CON awarded 60 GPM Amine Regeneration Plant

On June 22, 2016, S-Con was awarded the engineering, design, and fabrication of a 60 GPM Amine Treating Plant including the purchase of a new Amine Contactor. This Amine Regeneration Plant is a new/existing stock unit that will be modified to utilize a BKU type hot oil re-boiler instead of the direct fired unit that was originally built for it….

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S-CON awarded Refrigerated Dewpoint Control Plant modification project

S-Con was recently awarded a project to modify an existing Refrigerated Dewpoint Control Plant with Condensate Stabilization. The Plant Design is being modified to allow processing of 5.8 GPM gas, instead of the 2 GPM Inlet Gas the Plant was originally designed for. Additionally, the original Condensate Stabilization system is being modified to now produce a 200 psig NGL Product…

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What Design Should I Use For My Condensate Stabilizer System?

The installation of condensate stabilizers throughout the various shale plays across America is becoming the new rage for gas liquid processing. First, much of the shale gas being produced is so rich in hydrocarbon liquid that the raw condensate production is literally flooding production and processing facilities. Secondly, the ability to now export crude condensate (as long as it has…

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Optimizing Existing Asset Performance To Save Capital and Increase Revenue

Capital budgets have been slashed to the bone, but gas still has to be processed, or risk the potential of having oil production shut in because of flaring regulations. To overcome this dilemma, companies are now reviewing their existing gas treating and processing facilities to determine how they can get more out of them with little or no capital expenditures….

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2015 GPA Convention a Great Success for S-Con

From April 12-15, the S-Con team attended the annual GPA Convention. The convention was held in San Antonio at the Marriott Rivercenter. On Monday, April 13th, S-Con hosted a hospitality suite for GPA attendees. The evening was a great opportunity to connect with our clients in a fun environment. There was food, refreshments, and live entertainment by The Pictures Band….

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How S-Con Does More with Less

With the downturn in oil & gas prices and capital budgets being cut back dramatically, S-Con’s Customers are becoming increasingly focused on potential project economics and costs. To that end, many of our Clients are relying on S-Con to perform screening studies, preliminary/conceptual designs, and budgetary estimates prior to approaching their Management with a funding request. By approaching projects in…

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Wyoming 120 MMSCFD Natural Gas Treating and Processing Facility Start-Up

S-Con personnel successfully completed a three-week trip to Wyoming where they assisted their client with the start-up of a 120 MMSCFD Natural Gas Treating and Processing facility. Despite facing several adverse situations, the S-Con plant met or exceeded all expectations. Once the inlet gas into the plant meets the design volumes and pressures, S-Con will return to the site and…

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Bakken Flaring Alternatives and Gas Capture 2014

The Bakken Flaring Alternatives and Gas Capture conference was recently attended by S-Con in Denver. The conference was composed of a variety of producers and vendors detailing various ways to reduce or eliminate the flaring of associated gas in North Dakota. The majority of the methods entailed the mechanical refrigeration method of removing NGLs with the remaining natural gas flared….

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