• LNG Expansion Continues with 40,000 Gallon Depot in Odessa

  • LNG Expansion Continues with 40,000 Gallon Depot in Odessa

    As alternative fueling options expand to oil and diesel, both for consumers and in industrial applications, Beaumont, TX-based Stabilis Energy is hardening its footprint in the Permian Basin of West Texas by opening a 40,000 gallon liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel depot in Odessa that is to provide 24/7 service for the area.

    The West Texas LNG Fuel Depot is another step by the privately held company to fulfill its growth ambitions after it acquired a majority interest in Prometheus Energy, which gave it control of a 20,000 gallon/day LNG production facility in Lisbon, UT, part of some swapping between the two companies.

    "In addition to installing the fuel depot, Stabilis continues to evaluate LNG production opportunities in West Texas,” said CEO Jim Reddinger.

    Stabilis offers turnkey fuel solutions to industrial users of diesel and other crude-based fuel products to convert to LNG. In early 2015 it opened a 120,000 gallon/day production facility in George West, which is in South Texas.