Additive storage consisted of three (3) double wall tanks (2x120,000 L and 1x200,000 L), and a stacked tote system. The additives are injected into an existing 12” diesel line adjacent to the facility via four (4) injection pumps which have three (3) installed spares. The two (2) 120,000 L tanks required internal heating coils supplied with a glycol heating medium. The glycol is circulated and heated by a skid mounted pump and steam heat exchanger.
A 16’x36’ facility building houses an operator’s desk and PPE storage, integral safety shower, electrical / instrumentation panels and equipment, as well as a fire water deluge system header and associated valving, instrumentation, and controls. Facility infrastructure included a 230’ long, 3-level pipe rack, stairways and walkways to tank access platforms, rail unloading access walkways and platforms, and an underground pipe vault road crossing. Cable trays were routed throughout the facilities providing both power and communication cables to/from equipment and instruments.