NextDecade selects ABB to provide assistance to Rio Grande LNG project
Published by Will Owen,
NextDecade corporation has chosen ABB ltd. to provide an integrated automation and electrical solution for its Rio Grande LNG project in South Texas. The automation of plant control systems will optimise plant performance and efficiency, representing a logical extension of NextDecade's low cost, lower risk, development strategy in combination with Rio Grande LNG's prime South Texas location.
"This agreement enables NextDecade to drive higher capital efficiencies through a unique, integrated approach among ABB, CB&I – NextDecade's EPC contractor – and the NextDecade team via automation and electrical systems," said Matt Schatzman, NextDecade President & CEO. "NextDecade expects ABB's solutions to reduce the schedule, equipment footprint, and cost of our Rio Grande LNG facility, while providing greater operational flexibility."
"Partnering with ABB not only provides a fully integrated automation and electrical solution, but also ABB Ability™, our integrated digital solutions offering. ABB Ability™ gives customers access to best-practice benchmarking, and transparency into operations, to improve operational performance, efficiency and productivity," said Greg Scheu, ABB President Americas Region. "Our deep domain expertise, coupled with our history of innovation and collaboration with industry, will deliver a step change in operating efficiencies and improved throughput for NextDecade. Together, ABB, CB&I, and NextDecade are helping to transform the growing LNG market in the US."
ABB's major projects execution centre in Houston leads the industry in combined automation and electrical projects designed to deliver higher value for its customers globally. This world-class project delivery model will be fully deployed on NextDecade's Rio Grande LNG project. The project is currently in the advanced stages of the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) review and permitting process.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/08032018/nextdecade-selects-abb-to-provide-assistance-to-rio-grande-lng-project/
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