This award represents a significant achievement for Saulsbury as the company strives to become a leading EPC provider to the developing hydrogen market

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Saulsbury awarded front end engineering study for hydrogen liquefaction facility. (Credit: PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay)

Saulsbury was recently awarded a contract for pre-FEED (Front End Engineering and Design) study for a 30 ton per day hydrogen liquefaction facility for a major US-based utility provider. This award represents a significant achievement for Saulsbury as the company strives to become a leading EPC provider to the developing hydrogen market.  Saulsbury is also pleased to announce our partnership with Chart Industries (NYSE: GTLS) as the technology and equipment provider, who brings over 50 years of hydrogen experience to this very important project. Together, the companies will provide the preliminary basic design, conceptual planning, and economic feasibility for this scope.

“Chart’s long-standing reputation as a leading technology provider for the hydrogen liquefaction industry coupled with Saulsbury’s extensive experience in overall facility design and integration will create an ideal partnership for this opportunity,” said Sean Trotter, VP Engineering and EPC Projects. “This pre-FEED effort greatly supports our current and future initiatives to continue the diversification of our engineering and design capabilities into growing industries.”

This award supports Saulsbury’s longstanding reputation as a premier EPC provider and one of the leaders for delivering quality projects to the renewable and environmental markets.

“We are extremely pleased to partner with Chart for this very exciting project,” said Jeremy Nelson, VP Operations. “This award further solidifies our position in the hydrogen space and establishes Saulsbury’s EPC services in this emerging US market. We are excited to further demonstrate the value we provide as we enhance our resume in hydrogen liquefaction.”

Source: Company Press Release