Dallas-Area Facility Is Expected to Be Operational in Mid-2015
Applied Natural Gas Fuels said today that it will build an LNG production facility in Midlothian, Texas (Dallas-Fort Worth) with a production capacity of 86,000 LNG gallons per liquefier, with initial operation in mid-2015.
“The platform will consist of up to five liquefiers with a production capacity of 86,000 LNG gallons per day per liquefier and a total on-site storage of 1.5 million LNG gallons,” ANGF said, noting that it has already secured the land and has begun the permitting process.
“The Midlothian Plant is an important step in ANGF’s continuing efforts to expand its footprint to provide cost-effective LNG to a growing number of customers,” ANGF president and CEO Cem Hacioglu said in a release.
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ANGF said it will focus on end users in the trucking, oil and gas, rail, marine, remote power and mining sectors “that currently use diesel fuel and are interested in converting to a lower-cost, cleaner-burning alternative.”
ANGF is also in the process of doubling the production capacity at its LNG Plant in Topock, Ariz. by adding a second liquefier, slated to come on line in July 2014. When completed, the Topock Plant will be able to produce about 170,000 LNG gallons per day.
“Upon commissioning of all five liquefiers at the Midlothian Plant, ANGF’s total production capacity will reach over 600,000 LNG gallons per day,” the company said this morning.
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Source: Applied Natural Gas Fuels with Fleets & Fuels follow-up