United Energy Corp. (UNRG) and Houston-based Bridge Energy LLC are partnering to expand LNG processing capabilities for exploration and production (E&P) operations in Kansas and Oklahoma. 

The joint venture would use scalable gas liquefaction systems from Arc Energy. The first system, to be installed by the end of the year, would produce up to 7,000 gallons/day of liquefied natural gas. 

The system as designed would help support E&Ps that may want to transition from diesel fuels to natural gas but which may have limited access to gas. UNRG would streamline the LNG production, storage and transportation.

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