Hatch has a long history in the petroleum industry with experience in major oil and gas producing regions in Canada, Australia, and the Middle East. Our portfolio spans both the upstream and downstream sectors with key focal points in conventional gas and sulfur, bitumen extraction and processing, carbon sequestration, shale-to-liquids technologies, and LNG developments.
We provide everything from turnkey construction to plant expansions and retrofit projects, and offer in-house expertise for all project management, process design, engineering, procurement and construction activities.
We work for some of the most successful and forward-thinking companies in the industry, and our work for them has earned several awards for Hatch in design and project management categories.
Hatch has unique strengths in the extraction and processing of oil shales, shale-to-liquids, gas-to-liquids and coal-to-liquids, which includes expertise gained from projects in the metals, mining, power, and oil and gas sectors.
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Our technology base includes dense phase CO2
floods, enhanced oil recovery, CO2
capture and sequestration; sour-gas treatment; hydrocarbon processing; gas processing for dew point control; acid gas injection; field compression; and uses of sulfur including sulfur recovery and handling.
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We provide engineering services for bitumen and heavy oil upgrading, refining, utilities and offsites, cogeneration
capabilities, oil storage and pipelines, sulfur and coke handling. We offer mining expertise for oil sands and in situ oil recovery including steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD).
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The Gorgon Project plans to develop the Greater Gorgon gas fields off the northwest coast of Western Australia. The Greater Gorgon gas fields contain some 40 trillion cubic feet of gas, the nation’s largest gas resource. More
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bitumen extraction, a Hatch sponsored development