Veritas Gas Processing provides engineering, design, fabrication, and assembly of cryogenic gas processing plants, NGL fractionation, crude oil stabilization, and other midstream-related processing equipment. Veritas Gas Processing, formerly known as EPC, Inc., has been providing midstream processing solutions and completing customized turnkey projects since 1992.
Vulcan Field Construction delivers expert project management and installation teams to complete the construction, commissioning, and start-up of Veritas-designed and fabricated cryogenic gas processing plants, as well as project management and installation teams for other gas processing plant projects.
Vanguard Processing Solutions is the plant operations division of the Jasper Ventures family of businesses. Our operating staff works closely with the team that engineered, designed, fabricated and installed the Veritas cryo plant making us the perfect operating partner.
Viking Dew Point Conditioning provides mechanical refrigeration units (MRU’s) to clients looking for a leasing option to reduce the hydrocarbon dew point of gas to meet pipeline specifications.
For over 40 years, Jon Jasper has been passionate about solving problems within the hydrocarbon industry. In 1992, this passion, and his belief that he could solve these problems better than anyone else, led him to the creation of Engineering, Procurement & Construction, Inc (EPC). As a company, we realize organizations must continually adapt in order to survive and remain profitable in the long term, so in 2016 EPC restructured the current organization to gain a stronger foothold for the future and to expand into new lines of business:
Engineering, design, fabrication, and assembly of cryogenic gas processing plants, crude oil stabilization, NGL fractionation, and other midstream related processing equipment
Installation and construction of Veritas designed and fabricated cryogenic gas processing plants
Operation of cryogenic gas processing plants
Providing temporary gas plant and conditioning equipment to clients either through lease or purchase Ultimately, we want to build the same reputation and quality products and services in each of these businesses that our clients have grown to expect with EPC.
Two new 200 MMSCFD Cryogenic Gas Plants. These plants are designed for rich Delaware Basin shale gas (6.0 gal/mscf), 90% ethane recovery, 99+% propane recovery, and each includes: Product treating system, product pumps (1,300 psig discharge pressure), and 30,000 gallon product surge tank Modular MCC building, with 480 volt MCC and 4,160 volt soft starts for three 1,250 HP motors 4,500 HP refrigeration system I/A system Ethane rejection capability Low re-compression requirement 1,100 psig and 400 psig design pressure on high pressure and low pressure sides, respectively The high pressure hydrocarbon condensate stabilization system and residue gas compressors are not included. The condensate stabilization system can be added at extra cost, without extending equipment completion schedule.