Sabine Pass LNG terminal getting more tanks

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 3 -- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will start construction this month on two additional 160,000-cu-m storage tanks at Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass LNG terminal under construction in Cameron Parish, La.

It will perform the work under a $138 million engineering and construction contract. Zachry Construction Corp. is handling civil engineering and installation.

Mitsubishi has an earlier contract for construction of three tanks at the terminal. The additional tanks are part of an expansion in planned sendout capacity to 4 bcfd from 2.6 bcfd (OGJ Online, June 21, 2006).

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