The California company OnQuest has been awarded a contract by Stabilis Energy and Flint Hill Resources to provide a turnkey scope of engineering services and project management for a 100 000 gall./d natural gas liquefaction and distribution facility in Texas.
The facility, located in George West, will address demand for a reliable and safe supply of high horsepower fuel to oilfields in Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale.
OnQuest will provide a fully functioning LNG facility with scope that includes project executions, engineering, construction, buildings, power and utilities.
OnQuest president, Randy Kessler said that the company was extremely pleased to have won the competition to work at George West. “We’re encouraged that the market for providing turnkey engineering, procurement and construction project supervision on micro-LNG process plants continues to grow”, Kessler commented. “This win reflects Stablis and Flint Hill Resources’ confidence in OnQuest’s ability to deliver LNG facility projects profitably and on schedule.”
OnQuest specialises in lump sum, turnkey engineering, procurement and construction project management (EPC). In 2008, the company completed a micro-LNG plant producing 160 000 gall./d in California, for Clean Energy Fuels Corporation.
Edited from various sources by Katie Woodward
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/28102013/onquest_to_build_micro_lng_plant_355/