Government regulations provide guidelines limiting emissions of hazardous vapors from product storage and transportation facilities. Arseal works with their clients to minimize the potential emissions points from these systems and support documentation provided in the air permitting process to record these potential emissions points frequently referred to as “fugitive emissions.” Arseal also supports and designs systems to capture or burn-off vapors from loading operations of trucks, railcars, and ships or barges.

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Marine Dock Vapor Recovery System

Arseal provided the mechanical, structural, and electrical design for the replacement of two Marine Vapor Recovery Units for use at a refined product barge loading facility. Collaborating with the VRU vendor, Arseal determined the location and layout of equipment skids, the chiller and the motor control centers and VRU controls building. Arseal designed and detailed a vapor knockout pot and elevated platforms for the VRU skids, MCC, chiller skid, vacuum pump array, and controls building. Arseal provided the piping design and specifications for the vapor piping from the dock to the VRUs, adsorbent and adsorbent supply lines from the VRU to the supply tanks, compressed air piping to the skids, and new adsorbent supply pumps. Arseal performed the electrical design for a new motor control center and all power and controls for the VRU, pumps, tank mixers and all equipment.

Project Details

Location: Houston, Texas

Client: Magellan Midstream Partners, LP

Project Contact

Jared Markham, PE
Manager, Project Management Office
(470) 246-4020


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