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Air Liquide -­‐ Motiva Hydrogen Pipeline Project
UniversalPegasus provided survey, engineering design, drafting/mapping, construction inspection, and material procurement assistance for installation of an 85-­‐mile, 20” pipeline to transport hydrogen from Air Liquide's Bayport plant to Motiva's refinery in Port Arthur, TX. ROW acquisition services and environmental services were provided
by sub-­‐contractors working for UniversalPegasus. Alignment drawings were prepared in Civil 3D and Land Development with CAD Overlay. Construction was complete during the first quarter of 2010.

Anadarko Petroleum – Baroil to Salt Creek Project
UniversalPegasus provided survey, project management, engineering, drafting, inspection, and construction management services for 150 miles of 16” CO2 pipeline from Baroil to Anadarko’s Salt Creek Facility located in Wyoming. Other project facilities included the following (approximately): 8 block valves, 1 HDD, 2 meter stations, and 2 scraper traps.

BP Pipelines – Anton Irish CO2 Pipeline Project
UniversalPegasus provided a feasibility study, FEED, and survey services for 45 miles of 8” CO2 pipeline from the Irish oilfield to Anton Station in West Texas.

Denbury Resources – Delhi Project
UniversalPegasus provided detailed engineering design and coordinated the third party survey, environmental permitting, right-­‐of-­‐way acquisition services, and provided material procurement support for the expansion of an existing CO2 pipeline which included the installation of approximately 80 miles of 24” and 16” pipelines, including a
6,100 foot HDD crossing of the Mississippi River and a meter station near Dunn, Louisiana.

Denbury Resources – Green Pipeline
UniversalPegasus provided routing and cost estimates throughout various phases of the Green Pipeline Feasibility
Study, including the feasibility study phases. The project consisted of 287 miles of 24” CO2 pipeline from
Donaldsville, LA to Hastings Field, TX. The pipeline was designed to transport both natural and man-­‐made
(anthropogenic) CO2. The CO2, a greenhouse gas, was injected into oil reservoirs to recover additional crude oil.

Denbury Resources -­‐ Tinsley Project
UniversalPegasus implemented tertiary recovery operations in Tinsley Oil Field in Mississippi. The project consisted of 31 miles of 24" pipeline, pig launching and metering facilities at Trace Junction near Canton, MS, pig receiving and metering facilities at Tinsley Station, 1 mainline valve, and 1 tie-­‐in to existing CO2 pipeline supply at Old Canton Road Junction. Route involves 24 road bores, 2 railroad bores, and 6 directional drills for a total of about 9,400 feet.
Includes injection of CO2 into mature oil reservoir of Tinsley Field, CO2 supply originates from Jackson Dome facility, 50 miles east of Tinsley Field. Nearly pure carbon dioxide will be moved from Jackson Dome and CO2 dehydration facility at Gluckstat to Tinsley Field via 24" pipeline designed to operate at 1,800 psi and deliver up to 600MMCFD of CO2.

Enterprise Products -­‐ Channelview to Mont Belvieu Pipeline Project
UniversalPegasus provided project management, engineering, survey, drafting, material procurement, right-­‐of-­‐way procurement assistance, and construction management services for the installation of a new 16” LPG pipeline from the Enterprise’s Channelview terminal to Mont Belvieu. The project included custody transfer measurement, satellite communications systems, PLC and flow computer programming, and SCADA system design, start up and commissioning.

ONEOK NGL Gathering, LLC -­‐ Arbuckle Phase 2 Project
UniversalPegasus provided preliminary and as-­‐built survey, GIS/GPS, mapping, detailed design, procurement, project management, construction management, and inspection for the 460 miles of 16” Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) pipeline from Velma, Oklahoma to Mont Belvieu, Texas. The project was completed in 2009.

OXYCHEM Petrochemicals Pipeline Company -­‐ Ethylene Pipeline Project
UniversalPegasus provided survey, engineering design, drafting, and complete procurement for all materials except the line pipe and end point metering facilities and instrumentation for 30 miles of 8” ethylene pipeline between Corpus Christi and Ingleside, Texas.

PetroSource Corporation – Wyoming CO2 Meter Project
UniversalPegasus provided EPCM services for 150 miles of 16” 2500 psig CO2 pipeline, metering, and regulatory stations for CO2 receipt and delivery.

Ridgeway – St. Johns CO2 Feasibility Study
UniversalPegasus provided engineering and GIS services throughout various phases of the St. Johns CO2 feasibility study, prospecting phase. The project consisted of 405 miles of 20” CO2 pipeline from St. Johns, AZ to Eastern NM. Facilities include two 2 unit compressor stations with a total of 20,000 BHP. Units are centrifugal turbine drive powered by gas. Other project facilities include (approximately): 20 block valves, 2 side valves, 3 river crossings, 5 directional drills, 2 meter stations, and 4 scraper traps.

Sun -­‐ MVPL Conversion Pipeline Project
UniversalPegasus performed engineering design, drafting, and project management, for the construction of 40 miles of 24” refined products pipeline, Conversion of 173 miles of 30” natural gas pipeline to products, service and conversion of 838 miles of 20” and 22” crude oil pipeline to products service between the Houston Ship Channel and Lima, Ohio. The project included construction of one new pump station, rebuilding of 22 existing pump stations, and construction of 3 terminals.

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