Air Liquide U.S. successfully redeveloped its complex in Bayport Industrial District outside of Houston, Texas. The facility, the company’s largest in the United States, now has the capacity to produce 300 MW of electricity and more than 1,300 metric tons of steam per hour.

The company upgraded four cogeneration units to increase production capacity and extend their life by more than 20 years. The $230 million project, which began in November 2013, also included replacement of three auxiliary boilers and plant infrastructure upgrades that support existing air separation units.