A unit of Enable Midstream Partners LP, Oklahoma City, has awarded a contract to CB&I, Houston, for engineering and procurement of equipment and process modules for a new natural gas processing plant near Enable Midstream’s 200-MMcfd Bradley cryogenic gas processing plant, currently under construction in Grady County, Okla.
According to the CB&I announcement, the new 200-MMcfd plant will employ CB&Iâ€™s NGL-MAX gas processing technology under the contract awarded by Enable Products LLC.
For the Bradley plant last year, according to Daniel McCarthy, president of CB&I’s technology operating group, the engineering company had â€œthe same scope of supplyâ€
Enable Midstream owns and operates about 11,000 miles of gathering pipelines, 12 processing plants totaling 2.1 bcfd in capacity, 7,900 miles of interstate pipelines (including 49.9% of Southeast Supply Header LLC), 2,300 miles of intrastate pipelines and 8 storage sites with total capacity of 86.5 bcf.
In June this year, the company acquired from an affiliate of CenterPoint Energy Inc. an additional 24.95% interest in the 1-bcfd SESH, a 286-mile interstate pipeline that originates at Perryville, La., and ends in southeastern Alabama near the Gulf Coast.
The acquisition raised Enable Midstreamâ€™s interest in the line to 49.9% from 24.95%. The remaining 50% and 0.10% interests are owned by Spectra Energy Corp. and a subsidiary of CenterPoint Energy, respectively.