Engineering firm NV5 Global has secured another LNG contract in the US following two deals earlier this year.
Under the new $16 million contract, NV5 said it would upgrade liquefaction infrastructure at a Northeast utility’s LNG facility.
NV5 said it would provide engineering and procurement services for the upgraded facility but it did not reveal the name of the utility.
Liquefaction conversion provides utilities the ability to store large quantities of natural gas in a liquefied state.
“This liquefied natural gas can then be vaporized and used to supplement gas supplies during peak demand periods improving both the reliability and overall economics of the gas supply,” NV5 said.
The Florida-based firm was previously awarded the engineering design and liquefaction procurement services for this multi-phase project.
Moreover, NV5 expects to complete this contract in July 2022.
The new contract follows two LNG awards NV5 revealed in March and May this year.