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In order to increase the throughput capacity of the transportation system, a crude oil booster pump station was established at Filsø, near the west coast of Jutland.
In 1990-1991, the booster pump station was designed with a throughput capacity of 170,000 BPD. In 1994, a further capacity increase to 210,000 BPD was implemented and in 1998-2000 a major expansion of the pump station took place resulting in a throughput capacity of 370,000 BPD.The project included evaluation of performance and throughput capacity, comprising pipeline scraper receiver and launcher, five booster pumps with a normal operating capacity of 5 x 560 m3/h x 65 barg, flow improver injection facilities, pump control system, fire-fighting and gas detection systems and general utility systems.A major challenge of this project was the tie-in planning of the new facilities in order to complete the project within a tight time schedule without interrupting the offshore crude production.
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Project period1990-2000ClientDONG (The National Oil and Gas Company of Denmark)Services rendered by COWIProject management, detailed engineering, tendering and procurement, tie-in planning, site management and supervisionSystems key dataGorm E offshore platform:Capacity of 370.000 BPDPipelines220 km 20" marine pipeline, 110 km 20" land pipelineBooster pump station at FilsøScraper facilities, five booster pumps, flow improver injectionTerminal at FredericiaWater separation, water treatment, crude metering, crude storage, crude shipment