We’ve raised the bar on salt cavern safety.
Salt caverns, once formed, are essentially impermeable and provide a unique storage option for propane, butane and condensate. Over the past two years, Rangeland has supported the development of more than 25 salt caverns.
Often faced with the challenge of handling highly explosive products, we moved beyond ‘business as usual’ and worked with our client to understand the issues and possibilities at hand. Our investment paid off—we raised the bar for well safety systems.
Our team of experts works closely with partners to engineer all aspects of cavern storage, including the design and development of the cavern, the wellheads, and all the related surface facilities including wash and brine systems, brine ponds and product injection systems. Our trusted third-party affiliates provide geophysical assessment and detailed wash programs.
“Some firms might say that they can do salt cavern storage, but Rangeland already does.”
—Les Gould, Project Manager and Rangelander since 2007.
Rangeland has a dedicated engineering group that supports the design and procurement of caverns, brine ponds and related processing facilities.