Enstor Announces $2.6 Million Grant from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality


HOUSTON – October 14, 2021 – Enstor Katy Storage and Transportation, L.P. (Enstor) has executed a New Technology Implementation Grant Program Contract with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (“TCEQ”) for the replacement of eight (8) lean burn natural gas engines with remanufactured rich burn natural gas engines that are more efficient and produce lower emissions. This joint effort between Enstor and TCEQ not only benefits the environment in a nonattainment area, but it increases Enstor’s capabilities to serve our customers. This project is funded in part by the State of Texas through a New Technology Implementation Grant Program (NTIG) from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. 

“NTIG is an innovative and forward-thinking program that is of great benefit to the people of Texas and responsible industry operators like Enstor. The improvements to our injection capabilities along with the other enhancements we have made to our Katy facility and wells will allow Enstor to continue to provide high quality, reliable storage services.” said Enstor Gas, LLC CEO Paul Bieniawski. 

The Notice to Proceed from the TCEQ is expected in 1Q2022 with construction commencing thereafter.

About Enstor Gas, LLC
Enstor Gas, LLC is the largest privately held natural gas storage company in the United States.  Headquartered in Houston, the company owns and operates seven active underground natural gas storage facilities in five states with more than 134 BCF in working gas capacity. Enstor Gas, LLC has approximately 179 miles of transmission pipelines and 39 interconnects to major transmission pipelines. Enstor Gas, LLC is backed by ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC, a leading private equity firm focused on North American energy infrastructure investments. For more information, please visit www.enstorinc.com.

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