Separator process designs are generally divided into two distinct types: gas-dominant flow streams and liquid-dominant flow streams. The first is used to remove free liquids (oil/condensate and /or water) from primary gas production streams prior to further gas processes, such as dehydration, compression etc. The second is used to remove free gas from the primary production streams, two-phase configuration then to additionally separate the liquid phases (oil/condensate and/or water) in a three-phase configuration, prior to further downstream processing of the gas and liquids, in preparation for equipment such as heater treaters, dehydrators, and that involved in water cleanup operations.
The process design of the associated pressure vessels for this type of service requires operating data of the gas, oil/condensate, and water produced. The process design also requires knowledge in respect to the separation of gas, oil/condensate, and water. From experience REPCo has such knowledge and so has the capability to design and fabricate suitable efficient separators.