ALASKA GAS PIPELINE
Retained by the Alaska Departments of Revenue and Natural Resources to analyze alternatives presented by prospective developers of the Alaska Gas Pipeline. Assessment of alternatives included evaluation of product market supply/demand, development of gas processing scenarios and development of input regarding prospective commercial terms for gas processing and product sales. Provided natural gas liquids pricing forecast advice and audited project financial models.
EVALUATION OF BOLIVIAN GAS PROCESSING AND GAS TRANSMISSION OPERATIONS
Assisted the government of Bolivia in the privatization of state-owned facilities. Assignment included technical assessments and valuations of gas gathering, gas processing, and gas transmission facilities, and determination of fair market value based upon income and comparable sales analyses.
NATURAL GAS PROCESSING FACILITY – PERU
Retained as the independent engineer for a project to install a gas processing facility, gas/liquid transmission lines, gas liquids fraction facilities, and gas liquids loading facilities near Pucallpa and Aguaytia, Peru. Activities included review of turnkey construction contracts, analysis of preliminary and final design documents, issuance of project status reports during fabrication and site installation, and site inspections during construction. MSC also provided an independent evaluation of plant performance in conjunction with final acceptance testing of the facilities.
TURKMENISTAN GAS PROCESSING
Performed a preliminary evaluation of the gas processing design, capital costs, and economics for an NGL recovery and fractionation facility and a condensate stabilization facility in the Republic of Turkmenistan.
NATURAL GAS STORAGE PROJECT
Performed preliminary engineering, capital cost estimates, and route selection for a natural gas storage project in California. Project scope included gas compression, dehydration, measurement, and pipelines. Provided technical support for environmental impact assessments.