HPI announced that it has been selected to complete a second Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) controls upgrade for a Des Moines, Iowa-based energy company.
The project will enable the client to modernize their obsolete control system, which will greatly improve their system automation, diagnostics, functionality and ease of operation. The project will also establish a common control system across each of their LNG Plants to further improve plant control.
The first phase of the project began this past May, and is estimated to be completed by September 2017. The second phase of the project is on schedule to be completed in December 2017.
This LNG controls upgrade project is one of a number of projects recently awarded to HPI by the same large energy company, including controls upgrades to several gas turbine generators.
HPI President and CEO, Hal Pontez, is pleased with the company’s continued upward trend.
“This award is the result of a long history of providing quality service and custom-engineered solutions that reduce lifecycle costs of diesel, gas and steam turbines utilized in the power and oil and gas industries. We look forward to working with our client to provide them with a solution to continue to efficiently operate their LNG assets.”