September 17, 2011
HOUSTON- September 17, 2011 - Joule Processing, LLC (Joule) led a team of motivated volunteers to help build a Habitat for Humanity house in the Milby Park subdivision of suburban Houston. The build, part of Joule's ongoing efforts to give back to the community, was one of several builds in the neighborhood sponsored by Hess Corporation, Marathon Oil Corporation, Isla Carroll Turner Friendship Trust and students from the University of Houston.
"We loved working with Houston Habitat for Humanity and look forward to staying involved in the community with Habitat and with other local organizations,” Managing Partner Ben Victor said. "These homes could not have been built without all of our hard-working volunteers and many others who gave of their valuable time and talent. They all deserve big thanks."
About Joule Processing, LLC
Headquartered in Houston, Joule Processing provides processing and treating equipment and engineering services to natural gas producers and midstream companies. Joule offers a wide range of options for sale or lease including J-T, refrigeration, amine and cryogenic processing plants. The company also offers engineering, plant commissioning, start-up, operator training, troubleshooting and optimization services. Joule’s management and engineering team has first-hand experience in natural gas processing, petrochemicals and biodiesel and the expertise to create innovative, tailored solutions for its customers. Joule works closely with customers to evaluate natural gas scenarios and determine the most cost-effective processing and treating options. The company is dedicated to spending the time necessary to ensure unique solutions that address core business concerns and development schedules. www.jouleprocessing.com
About Houston Habitat for Humanity
Houston Habitat is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Established in 1987, Houston Habitat has built more than 840 homes and served more than 2,800 Houstonians as Family Partners. More than half are children. Each year more than 5,000 volunteers participate in local projects. Houston Habitat works to eliminate substandard housing by helping hard-working families purchase simple, decent homes in which to live. Family Partners are approved and qualify for down payment assistance and a zero-interest mortgage carried by Houston Habitat for Humanity. Houston Habitat for Humanity has been fortunate to receive the support of many businesses, foundations, faith organizations and individuals for the past 20 years. Their sponsors have generously raised funds, volunteered their time and worked alongside the families they serve to make a positive change in the future of their city.