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Bantrel has been bringing unparalled experience in designing, building and refurbishing greenfield and brownfield facilities since 1983. With an integrated EPC approach to project execution, global procurement reach capability and an unparalleled safety record, Bantrel successfully manages the aggressive schedule and rigorous cost demands associated with challenging projects in the energy industry.
Our highly-skilled project professionals are experienced in established and emerging process technologies, extensive cold climate design, construction, and constructability, with a focus on maximizing modularization. The facilities we engineer and construct have an outstanding record with respect to timely start-up and performance to match design goals. Our quality-driven approach to project execution enables Bantrel to provide fit-for-purpose facilities with a high degree of predictable outcome and customer satisfaction.
Our greenfield projects typically involve complex tie-ins and modifications to existing facilities. We understand the importance of working with operation and maintenance groups to develop facility solutions that satisfy safety and operating objectives. Our key personnel have plant operating experience and recognize the importance of minimizing the impact on operations by planning scopes that reduce risk by minimizing shutdown tasks and maximizing pre- and post-shutdown activities.
Over three million design hours executed across Canada
Our collaborative approach and commitment to excellence enables us to leverage our midstream technical expertise to deliver results for both pipelines and terminals. Since 2014, Bantrel has analyzed over 300 transient hydraulic flow paths and completed transient hydraulic studies for several major terminals; providing projects with niche expertise.
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Bantrel offers true “world class” experience, expertise and resources for development, engineering, procurement and construction for a wide variety of petrochemical solutions.
Our featured expertise includes butane and propane dehydrogenation, butane isomerization, light olefins saturation, sulfuric, hydrofluoric and ionic liquid alkylation, ethanol production and blending, ammonia production and polyethylene and polypropylene production.
Refining & Upgrading
Size does not matter. Our portfolio ranges from small, sustaining capital projects to significant brownfield revamps up to multi-billion dollar grassroots complexes. Bantrel has fostered long-term relationships managing comprehensive project portfolios. Designing and building some of the largest refinery and upgrading complexes in Canada provides a deep understanding of the many aspects of these important facilities.
Our capabilities provide solutions to the biggest challenges in oil sands tailings management—treating MFT and recycle water. Bantrel engineering capabilities include Process, Mechanical, Piping Design and Layout, Civil/Structural/Architectural, Instrumentation/Control Systems, and Electrical for tailings design.
Low cost solutions geared towards standardization
Bantrel is proud of its in-depth expertise on in-situ SAGD facilities with over 12 years of experience on projects ranging from a 2000 bpd facility study to one of the largest SAGD facilities in the world, with a capacity of 142,000 bpd. Bantrel has successfully worked across all scales of the SAGD market, from fixed price well pad and pipeline projects to large integrated Central Processing Facilities (CPF) and Field Facilities (FF) projects.
EPC contractor on the Tilbury LNG Facility in BC
As a Bantrel major shareholder, Bechtel, is a leader in the LNG Industry. Over the years, they have built 44 trains producing roughly 129 million metric tons per year. They have contributed to one third of the global LNG capacity—more than any other contractor.
Bantrel, BCC, and BMSC are currently working on the LNG facility in British Columbia, in partnership with Bechtel. Bantrel is responsible for engineering and procurement for the balance of plant facilities and all construction and commissioning activities.