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&I’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 “the same scope of supply” (OGJ, June 2, 2014, p. 72).
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 Midstream’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.