Macro signs construction contract for Saturn compressor station

Macro Enterprises has signed a contract to build a single-unit greenfield compressor station near Dawson Creek as part of the North Montney Mainline.

The contract's value is in excess of $30 million, the company reported Wednesday, May 8.

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Work includes removing, transporting, and installing a single 15.1-megawatt gas-turbine-driven centrifugal compressor unit consisting of a Solar T130 Dry Low Emissions gas turbine, a C65-2 compressor, and associated auxiliary buildings from the Moody Creek Alberta Compressor Station to the Saturn Compressor Station. High pressure gas piping, and utility piping and cable interconnects between buildings will all be newly fabricated and installed at the new site, the company said.

Construction is expected to begin in May, with substantial completion by the third quarter of 2019, the company reported.

Macro continues to build the Groundbirch Compressor Station. Completion is scheduled for the third quarter of 2019.

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