BCCK History

BCCK's first Nitech Nitrogen Rejection Unit or NRU installation. This facility was built in 1994 in Mist, Oregon.

BCCK’s first Nitech™ Nitrogen Rejection Unit or NRU installation. This facility was built in 1994 in Mist, Oregon.

BCCK began with traditional natural gas processing and treating systems, oilfield production installations and petrochemical facilities in the Southwest United States. Over time, as engineering projects became more complex and more varied, our client base expanded geographically and our technology expanded to profitably treat and process non-traditional gas, as well.

In the late 1980s, Clark Butts, BCCK’s CEO, recognized the demand for an efficient, economical nitrogen rejection process for natural gas streams with volumes less than 30 MMSCFD. Butts developed and patented the Nitech™ process, which BCCK has implemented throughout the United States. Since its introduction to the gas industry, the Nitech™ nitrogen rejection process also has been used to process coal mine methane, thus reducing the emission of greenhouse gases.

Today, BCCK serves the natural gas industry with high quality and unique gas processing solutions.