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South Texas Gas Plant awards Audubon Engineering Co. contract for expansion

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World Pipelines,

Audubon Engineering Company LLC (AEC) has announced the award of a major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project to support the expansion of a gas processing plant for a leading energy infrastructure company.

Located near Bay City, Texas, the project involves expanding the infrastructure of a gas plant serving deep-water platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Gas-processing and condensate-handling capabilities will be added to increase the plant’s daily processing volume.

Infrastructure additions include a 10 000 bbl/d condensate stabiliser unit, a loading station for condensate trucks, optimisation of existing gas processing assets, a liquids pipeline and automation features for enhanced efficiency and productivity.

“This contract award is a substantial endorsement of Audubon’s reputation for unparalleled project performance,” said David Beck, a Managing Partner of AEC.

“Through our committed teams and end-to-end service capabilities, our work will help our client scale up operations and meet growing energy demands with long-term success,” he added.

AEC’s broad network of affiliates will work together to provide the full scope of work – a turnkey EPC solution comprising a range of services:

  • Audubon Engineering LP will provide project management, plant engineering, automation, and pipeline engineering.
  • Opero Energy will deliver condensate stabiliser engineering and fabrication.
  • Audubon Construction Solutions LLC will supply construction resources.
  • Audubon Field Solutions LLC will contribute survey, construction management, startup, and commissioning services.

The project is strategically significant in helping the South Texas region assume a more prominent role in helping the world meet increasing demands for safe, sustainable energy delivery.

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