With resources and craft throughout North America, we have made a name for ourselves by taking on projects in challenging climates and tight labor markets. We have the processes and systems in place to ensure total project success for downstream, maintenance and turnaround, LNG export and import, compressors and pump stations and gas plant projects.
We partner with domestic and international oil and gas firms to develop the world's energy sources, offering clients a fully integrated delivery model for engineer-procure-construct (EPC) and startup services.
Covering 750 acres, the Torrance Refinery processes 155,000 barrels of crude oil per day, to produce 1.8 billion gallons of gasoline annually. The 2009 installation of two new ESPs, weighing in at 1,200 and 1,600 tons respectively, was one of the largest environmental upgrades ever completed at this 1929 refinery. The new ESPs allowed ExxonMobil to drastically reduce emissions—removing 200 pounds of particulate matter and 2,000 pounds of ammonia each day.
TIC was the general contractor for the construction of the Flare Relocation phase to facilitate a future expansion to the Hess Tioga Gas Plant. A new flare system was installed and commissioned to allow for the decommissioning and removal of the existing flare system.
The TransCanada projects consisted of several crude oil pump stations spread from the Canadian border in eastern North Dakota to the southern border of South Dakota continuing through Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma. The project also utilized fabrication shops that TIC set up in Tower City, N.D., Fargo, N.D., Huron, S.D., and Freeport, Texas. Each station was unique in size and layout.
TIC has been a performing general maintenance, small capital and turnaround projects for Aera Energy LLC in California since 2000. We provided the client with flexible contracting models from lump sum to time and materials, depending on the needs of the project.
TIC was the general subcontractor for the construction of Train 3 for Burlington Resource’s Lost Cabin Gas Plant., a sour gas sweetening facility located in Lost Cabin, Wyo. The plant consists of three (3) trains. The first was designed and constructed by Raytheon Engineers and Constructors. The second and third were both engineered by Washington Group, formerly Raytheon, and constructed by TIC.
Pioneer Project 810001 is a central gathering plant for natural gas and condensate which separates the light natural gas and condensate. It also separates the water and sweetens the gas with an amine unit. The project is currently in operation and sells 12 to 20 tankers of condensate and 17 million cubic feet of natural gas a day.