Selexol and CO2 Fractionation Plant
International Alliance Group | Fort Stockton, Texas
Lauren has executed four contracts for the fabrication of modular pipe rack assemblies and process skids for the Selexol and CO2 Fractionation Plant in Fort Stockton, Texas. As part of this work, Lauren built and assembled 24 pipe rack modules (900’ in total length), with over 17,000 linear feet of pipe and an estimated 638 tons of structural steel. All modules were first staged at the Lauren Fabrication Facility in Abilene, Texas. Each module, up to 16’ x 16’ x 90’ and 100 tons, were then disassembled and delivered for final assembly at the Fort Stockton project site.
Additionally, Lauren fabricated four parallel pipe rack modules (800’ in total length), utilizing over 11,400 feet of linear pipe, as well as an estimated 548 tons of structural steel. The scope also included 24 process skids (60’ in average length) and entailed the use of over 12,000 feet of linear pipe, as well as an estimated 537 tons of structural steel. Each skid measured up to 20’ x 20’ x 60’ and weighed in at around 30 tons. 13 of the skids were assembled in Abilene, with 11 being shipped loose for assembly at the project site in Fort Stockton, Texas.