Ray Angelini, Inc. (RAI) completed a new crude oil railcar unloading facility at the Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery, the largest single refinery on the east coast, located on New York Harbor in Linden, NJ. The new facility enables direct shipments of domestic crude oil to arrive via train at the 40-acre tank field. The ability for the refinery to receive direct shipments of domestic crude oil, displacing imported crude, is a key part of a strategy to maximize advantaged—or lower cost—crude oil runs and keep the facility competitive.
RAI performed all electrical construction on the project, including the installation of steel reinforced electrical duct banks, over 6,000 feet of aluminum cable tray, and 452 energy efficient LED Hazardous area light fixtures to illuminate the 1,600-foot site. The project is powered by a local PSE&G 15KV feeder. The automated control system included the use of PLCs, electronic transmitters, and a high-density multi- mode fiber optic backbone for communications and control.
RAI worked with the owner to commission all of the installed equipment, specifically the testing and termination of the 15KV equipment and the instrumentation used in the control system. RAI kept pace with an aggressive schedule to ensure Phillips 66 was prepared for the initial delivery of crude to the 120-car unloading rack.
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