Under the contract, UOP Russell will serve as the project’s engineering, construction and procurement contractor.

Scheduled to be in production in the first quarter of 2015, the plant can process 200 MMSCFD of natural gas.

UOP Russell will use modular design and construction approach for quick construction, while allowing the equipment to enter service up to six months ahead while ensuring superior quality control.

UOP Gas Processing and Hydrogen business senior vice president and general manager Rebecca Liebert said, "A UOP Russell plant is an ideal solution to meet PennTex’s need for swift installation and start-up along with reliable production."

In addition to installation of modular cryogenic, dehydration, acid gas removal, inlet/residue compression, control system, flare system and site electrical equipment, the UOP Russell solution include site utility systems and buildings for office, control room, motor control center, and compressor requirements.