Okra Energy Alabama (USA) has been awarded a renewable five-year contract to supply LNG to Enestas Energy & Gas, a company specialising in the distribution of natural gas in Mexico through virtual pipelines, mainly focused on mining, industrial parks, transport, greenhouses, and power generation.
Okra Energy Alabama’s 100 000 GPD natural gas liquefaction facility under construction in McIntosh, Alabama, will fulfill this export contract.
According to CEO Mark Clark, “We’re proud to bring new technologies and enhanced energy sector jobs to Washington County through our supply contract with Enestas Energy & Gas, who share our belief that access to Natural Gas is a basic asset for the development of any country.”
Okra Energy supplies both LNG and LNG liquefaction technology to various markets throughout the Americas, most recently in Peru, where it installed the first small scale LNG facility for the Andean nation, bringing containerised LNG to the country's northern gas suppliers and major manufacturing facilities.
According to Enestas CEO Caio Zapata, “This supply contract with Okra Energy Alabama will allow us to continue and improve our distribution capabilities in Mexico.”
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/21072020/okra-energy-alabama-receives-contract-to-export-lng-to-mexico/
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