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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby zoom rader » September 20th, 2021, 5:35 pm

sMASH wrote:No tank dip or level readings or flow trends available to cross check the quantities. All remaining is the signed receipts from Doekisingh to cross check the dips from nazim Baksh wells.

I wonder what was the fone call to Baksh that night. Was about.
Habit 7 and Redman are both instrument technicians in their spare time web searching

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 20th, 2021, 11:59 pm

They calibrating the depth of Rowley k hole

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby zoom rader » September 21st, 2021, 12:27 am

sMASH wrote:They calibrating the depth of Rowley k hole
Nah , they have to do Web searches to find out dat.

That all these two clowns do, they have no industry experience and then there web search out dated information and try to pass that off

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby De Dragon » September 21st, 2021, 2:26 am

zoom rader wrote:
sMASH wrote:No tank dip or level readings or flow trends available to cross check the quantities. All remaining is the signed receipts from Doekisingh to cross check the dips from nazim Baksh wells.

I wonder what was the fone call to Baksh that night. Was about.
Habit 7 and Redman are both instrument technicians in their spare time web searching

They could fool people who don't know with that BUT

Imagine seriously positing doing a $300 million dollar TAR without gas as some sort of wonderful foresight :lol:
Imagine seriously asking people to forget $500 million misspent by the unaccountable NGC Board.
Imagine defending the CHAIRMAN of a BILLION dollar State company Board decision based hoping that commodity prices would stay low forever, and downstream methanol/ammonia plants wouldn't want gas after the inevitable price rebound.
Imagine defending indemnity for those decisions.
Imagine being so slavish :roll:

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 21st, 2021, 6:50 am

I saw the news report on the 200m failed compressor project.
That was some junior engineer bullcrat there. Heads should ahve to roll for everykne thst signed off on that project from inception, to conception to production.


In the lng tr1 foolishness they took a directive, so u can't really blame thr underlings.

But with this project, somebody had to see a problem and propose that compressor sheit as a solution. And that getting approved up and down the chain was absolute incompetence. I don't know what is the engineering equivalent term for " not exercising fiduciary duty".


It was the wrong solution to the problem non availibity of gas.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby Redman » September 21st, 2021, 6:56 am

Hasnt the board changed?

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 21st, 2021, 4:26 pm

Redman wrote:Hasnt the board changed?
200 m waste, after we was lashed we need to tighten belts and eat one fig.

This is the equivalent of buying 200m in hard rock cement stocks on the ttse, one month ago.


The problem was low supply of gas from off shore. A symptom would be low pressures in the the ngc distribution network.

The compressor project would boost the pressure, but the problem is low supply of gas.

The Compressors can't solve that, and all the plants have nat gas Compressors on their sites that boost the pressures accordingly.
The only issue they run into is when there is a reduction in supply..
The compressors can't compress gas that isn't there.




Everyone who signed off on this project as useful, need jailing.
They big and have sense.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby Redman » September 21st, 2021, 5:35 pm

So who is the board.?

Also AV MC.

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Postby zoom rader » September 21st, 2021, 6:21 pm

Redman wrote:So who is the board.?

Also AV MC.
Red government scamps

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 22nd, 2021, 5:47 pm

Even the engineers that suggested this project need jailing.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sam1978 » September 22nd, 2021, 6:01 pm

Enill says they were not reckless. Just Imagine if they were.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 22nd, 2021, 7:16 pm

It's on the scale of thr beethsm Waste water treatment plant... Beetham plant is too expensive for the output ur gonna get from it... Thr compressor project trying to solve the problem of low gas supply. That cat be solved that way, only more gas. U can't compress gas u don't have.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby De Dragon » September 23rd, 2021, 3:48 am

sMASH wrote:It's on the scale of thr beethsm Waste water treatment plant... Beetham plant is too expensive for the output ur gonna get from it... Thr compressor project trying to solve the problem of low gas supply. That cat be solved that way, only more gas. U can't compress gas u don't have.

sMASH yuh fleck up. The LFD RFD PNM with JUHN Scarfy, Goebbels and NGC Board have discovered a new invisible natural gas that requires compressors and can be turned into LNG as well it seems.
It also requires invisible spine clowns like Red Colostomy Bag and Tuntsy to defend and promote it.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby sMASH » September 23rd, 2021, 5:26 am

Don't blame me For alwairs unable to recover costs from blatant cash cow projects.

At leat pnm widen up and start to use ramesh.

Alwaris ain't worth the toilet paper he uses.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby lancer_man » September 23rd, 2021, 9:42 am

sMASH wrote:It's on the scale of thr beethsm Waste water treatment plant... Beetham plant is too expensive for the output ur gonna get from it... Thr compressor project trying to solve the problem of low gas supply. That cat be solved that way, only more gas. U can't compress gas u don't have.


The business case for compression would have been to reduce offshore platform manifold and tubing head pressures, which maximizes reservoir recovery and provides more gas volumes into the network than would be possible with natural flow and network pressures. What seems to be the problem with this project is that TROC achieved the same purpose, making these compressors redundant. Where it appears the ball was dropped was determining if the project was still viable before pulling the trigger on procurement and commencement of execution.

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Re: Energy Sector Thread - Operators, Engineers, Technicians Et Al

Postby De Dragon » September 25th, 2021, 12:10 am

lancer_man wrote:
sMASH wrote:It's on the scale of thr beethsm Waste water treatment plant... Beetham plant is too expensive for the output ur gonna get from it... Thr compressor project trying to solve the problem of low gas supply. That cat be solved that way, only more gas. U can't compress gas u don't have.


The business case for compression would have been to reduce offshore platform manifold and tubing head pressures, which maximizes reservoir recovery and provides more gas volumes into the network than would be possible with natural flow and network pressures. What seems to be the problem with this project is that TROC achieved the same purpose, making these compressors redundant. Where it appears the ball was dropped was determining if the project was still viable before pulling the trigger on procurement and commencement of execution.


Cuz we know how NGC expends considerable time and effort to ensure projects like say a Train 1 for example are viable before pulling the trigger. :roll:

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