The company will be responsible for the engineering, procurement and construction of the plant, including full fractionation and treatment capabilities, storage tanks and loading systems.

CB&I’s Lummus Technology unit will provide its proprietary NGL-MaxSM recovery technology for the project.

The 200-million cubic foot per day gas processing facility is expected to be completed in 2012.

CB&I president and CEO Philip Asherman said as gas production ramps up in the US shale basins, CB&I is well positioned to support the infrastructure development needs of these strategically important projects.

CB&I is an engineering, procurement and construction company and a process technology licensor.