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SPX FLOW to supply pumps to midstream pipeline projects

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World Pipelines,

Supplier of highly engineered pumps for the global power and oil and gas industries, SPX FLOW has announced two key orders in the US midstream market.

As part of an order valued at US$10 million, the company is set to supply 20 BB1 5000 hp pump packages to the Midland-Sealy crude oil and condensate pipeline. The pumps will be manufactured in Burlington (Canada) and Glasgow (UK). SPX FLOW’s Glasgow facility will also assist with testing and assembling pump skids.

The pumps will be installed as part of the new 400 mile pipeline that runs from Midland (Texas) to an existing terminal at Sealy (Texas), which is connected to Houston’s crude distribution pipeline network.

Following a SPX FLOW will also supply two stage ClydeUnion Pumps BB3 pumps to the Sand Hills pipeline project expansion. The pumps will help meet natural gas liquid (NGL) production growth. This follows a previous order for SPX FLOW’s BB3 pumps on this project.

The total value of this order is over US$2 million. The pumps will play an integral part in ensuring the transportation of NGLs sourced from Permian and Eagle Ford basins down to the fractionation facilities in the Mont Belvieu (Texas) area.

Jim Stanczak, Vice President of Business Development at SPX FLOW, commented: “These recent contract wins reflect the strength of SPX FLOW’s outstanding product portfolio for the Midstream market. Given our 140 year track record of supplying high quality pumps for the power and oil and gas industries, we are well positioned to help clients lower their CAPEX and OPEX with leading midstream pipeline solutions as the market enters a new phase of growth.”

The pumps that SPX FLOW provides to pipeline projects are key to supporting midstream clients’ current and future infrastructure investments. According to IHS Research, productivity increases, combined with high levels of drilling activity, are expected to increase Permian production by 700 000 bpd in 2017 and grow total liquids output to over 4 million bpd by 2021.

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