Argus News

Argus Celebrates 25 Years

In 1994, our founders had the vision to create an engineering firm dedicated to fuels infrastructure. We are now celebrating 25 years of specialization, which we could not have done without our valuable partnerships and industry relationships. In celebration of this milestone, Argus is honoring our past and looking to the future. And it is […]

MSY Tank Farm

Argus Featured with New Orleans International Fuel System Upgrades

When the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport opens the new North Terminal, it will include a new $46 million fuel farm and hydrant system planned, designed and built by Argus Consulting. The project is featured in the July-August 2019 Airport Improvement Magazine.

Argus Board of Directors Adds New Member

Argus Consulting announces the addition of Terry A. Ruhl, P.E., F. ASCE to its Board of Directors. Mr. Ruhl is the former President of CH2M’s Transportation and National Governments businesses and served on the company’s Board of Directors. He brings to Argus Consulting extensive experience in business transformation and global infrastructure consulting.  Early in his […]

Argus Team Members Receive U.S. Patent for Pump System Used in Aircraft Fueling

Rail Programs Manager Keith Rice and Designer Robert Larkin have received a U.S. Patent for their invention of Pump Systems for Controlling Pressure Loads.  The patent covers a pump system that controls a pressure load delivered to an aircraft interface included in the pump system. The pump system includes a pump circuit, a pump, and […]

Argus Adds Industrial Wastewater and Storm Water Project Manager

Joseph E. Francis, P.G. joins Argus as it expands its services for our major rail and commercial aviation clients.  Joe is a registered professional geologist with 30 years of experience managing critical environmental and construction projects, most recently with the City of Phoenix Aviation Department where he was responsible for more than 100 architectural and […]

Award-Winning Fuel Manager Joins Argus

Argus welcomes former fuel manager Joe Kane to its team.  Joe Kane brings more than 30 years of fuel facility management experience to Argus Consulting. Most recently, Mr. Kane served as the general manager of the fueling facilities at Chicago’s Midway Airport. During this time, he was named Outstanding Fuel Manager in the U.S. by […]

Industry News

MSY Tank Farm

Argus Featured with New Orleans International Fuel System Upgrades

When the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport opens the new North Terminal, it will include a new $46 million fuel farm and hydrant system planned, designed and built by Argus Consulting. The project is featured in the July-August 2019 Airport Improvement Magazine.

US Airlines to Handle 1.1 Billion Passengers by 2035

The FAA today released an annual aviation forecast that shows the US’s aviation system will continue to grow over the next two decades with greater numbers of people expected to fly more miles each year. “The improving economy continues to bode well for the health of the US air transportation system,” says FAA Administrator, Michael […]

Liquefied Natural Gas: Exports

America’s Opportunity and Advantage LNG, or liquefied natural gas, is a clear, odorless, noncorrosive, nontoxic liquid that is formed when natural gas is cooled to around -260 F. This shrinks the volume by about 600 times, making the resource easier to store and transport through marine shipments. LNG is not stored under pressure and is […]

The State of American Energy Report

The State of American Energy Report This report highlights how America can choose a future where the oil and natural gas industry continues to contribute to our nation’s economic recovery and job creation; to develop and utilize state-of-the-art technologies to safely discover, extract, refine, and transport oil and natural gas; and to enable the U.S. […]