HMS Group Produces Gas Condensate Pumping Station for Gapzrom


HMS Neftemash, a subsidiary of HMS Group has produced and delivered a technological unit of gas condensate pumping station for a producing subsidiary of Gapzrom – Gazprom Dobycha Nadym.

This type of equipment was developed in close cooperation with the engineering and technical services of the Customer and meets all of the requirements imposed for oil & gas equipments.

The technical unit is delivered for Nydinsk zone processing facilities reconstruction project in Medvezhye gas condensate field (Tyumen region). This equipment is dedicated to transmit the gas condensate from terminal separation unit to charging stock tanks. The station is a block modular unit, equipped with pumping systems of NZSG type, control and measuring apparatus, as well as with fire and gas detection systems.

In 2011 HMS Neftemash delivered a methanol block box to Gazprom Dobycha Nadym.

Source: HMS Group

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