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September 28, 2012

The Natural Gas Revolution

The Natural Gas Revolution Natural gas is a vital part of the energy mix we rely on in our day to day lives. For over 60 years, Snelson Companies has continued to be a leader in bringing these energy resources to businesses and homes around the country. From transmission pipeline […]
July 16, 2012

Natural Gas Distribution

Gas Distribution You might be thinking of the more than 100,000 gas stations across the US, however, we’re not talking about the gas (or gasoline) you put in your car. Instead we’re talking about Natural Gas, a key energy component in so many parts of our lives. Like oil, natural […]
May 22, 2012

Gill Ranch Compressor Station Project

The project begins A staggering amount of work was done by Snelson in California for the Gill Ranch Storage Project. The compressor facility civil factions were completed safely and efficiently. It was a very technical undertaking, but we could see Snelson’s experience with facility construction reflected in the success of […]
April 17, 2012

Learn about Snelson. Watch our video!

Snelson Companies – Who are we? What do we do? Watch the following video to find out! This video highlights the ways that Snelson Companies specializes in construction that moves energy. Snelson is licensed to work anywhere in the United States, with quality employees who have decades of experience. Watch […]
March 19, 2012

A Successful Utah Pipeline Project

Late spring brought a big rumble to northeast Utah as Snelson’s pipeline construction spread rolled into Vernal to build 25 miles of 24″ pipeline from the Green River block valve to Fidlar compressor station. The crews set off across the rocky desert to build Questar’s new line. When the Federal […]
February 2, 2012

Paradise to Falcon

In the summer of 2011 Snelson, a pipeline construction company,  mobilized their forces to Pinedale, Wyoming, to build 15 miles of 30″ pipeline between the Paradise and Falcon compressor stations. Keith Maxwell and Trevor Thayer led the charge, taking their crews to 7,200 feet above sea level to build the […]