Bakken Oil Express (BOE) provides producers access to the many refineries served by rail. When crude oil is trucked in from drilling sites to BOE’s 640,000-barrel central depository tank, BOE’s railcars are loaded – 48 at a time – to transport that crude oil to refineries. Because of the volume of crude oil being loaded at BOE’s site, the company required significant infrastructure to handle emissions.
They worked with ABUTEC to customize two 40 megawatt High Temperature Flares (HTFs) – among the largest units ABUTEC produces – to effectively oxidize the vapor
coming off the railcars during loading.
Learn more about ABUTEC’s involvement in the midstream sector and the railroad loading combustion process by downloading the full case study.