NuBlu to build LNG plant in Louisiana

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PORT ALLEN, La. — NuBlu Energy is building a new natural gas liquefaction plant across the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge. NuBlu says the Port Allen site will be the company’s flagship facility that will support the region’s high-horsepower fueling applications such as rail, long-haul transportation, and other energy markets.

Current projects expect the facility to be operational and producing LNG by the second quarter of 2017. It will have a planned capacity of 90,000 gallons per day with an initial start-up capacity of about 30,000 gallons.

NuBlu is a Texas-based energy company that supplies LNG for rail, industrial, and other commercial applications.
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