Sunbridge Energy Services will launch a natural gas compression station on Aug. 31, according to a press release on Aug. 3.

Sunbridge has partnered with transportation manufacturer Hanwha Cimarron to bring the company's composite tube technology to transport 100% compressed natural gas (CNG), renewable natural gas and hydrogen (H2), as well as ensure safety and reliability during operation of the compression station.

“In partnership with Hanwha Cimarron, Sunbridge Energy Services will be the safest and most reliable option for producers in the Permian to meet their alternative fuel needs including CNG, CNG-H2 blend and pure H2," Sunbridge CEO Michael Hinds said in the release. "We’re excited to build from the ground up a long-lasting infrastructure and network for the delivery of environmentally clean alternative fuels for the entire Permian.”

Additionally, Hanwha Cimarron will provide Sunbridge with 120 of its Galaxy Type IV Trailers to transport clean fuel alternatives over the next 12 to 15 months. The trailers contain pressure vessel technology, certifications and accreditations to safely transport clean natural gas.

With the capacity to produce 50 MMcf/d of natural gas, the station's Midland Basin location will reduce the number of trailers and trucks required during production while ensuring timely deliveries to customers.

“Oil and gas producers in the Permian and nationally are quickly switching to dual fuel engines for completion, drilling and midstream operations that can run on clean fuel alternatives, like compressed natural gas, to improve emissions reductions,” Hinds continued.

“Though there’s an abundance of supply and demand for compressed natural gas, there lacks a virtual pipeline that can transport clean fuels to operators at the highest standards for safety and service. The launch of our new facility in the Midland Basin is our first step to fulfilling our commitment to bridging this gap.”

Based in Houston, Sunbridge was formed by an executive team with decades of oil and gas drilling and operational experience. With a focus on clean and reliable fuel alternatives, their mission is to help Permian Basin operators reach their emissions reduction targets.

Sunbridge and Hanwha Cimarron have signed a 10-year agreement in which Hanwha Cimarron will provide Sunbridge the infrastructure necessary to produce and transport clean gases from its Midland Basin compression station.

“We’re proud to be the high-pressure storage and transportation technology solution for Sunbridge Energy Services and to support their efforts to provide oil and gas operators in the Permian Basin with clean fuel solutions to meet their ESG needs,” Hanwha Cimarron CEO David Jeon commented in the release.