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SA has signed agreements with several international oil companies to form temporary consortiums for developing two LNG liquefaction plants. "In these deals these companies become responsible for the engineering phase that represents a $200 million
the world," said E. Scott Chrisman, vice-president of commercial development for Sempra LNG and the Cameron LNG liquefaction project’s leader. US Sen. Mary L. Landrieu (D-La.), who chairs the Energy and Natural Resources Committee
even more important today. Design of several new LNG liquefaction plants now requires higher efficiencies and lower ..... grassroots terminals (OGJ, Aug. 12, 2002, p. 56). LNG liquefaction capacity continues to be added rapidly. An expansion
the LNG market. Iran’s government is keen to pursue this advantage by supporting development of the country’s LNG liquefaction infrastructure. In times of low domestic demand, gas currently delivered into Iran’s domestic gas infrastructure
the world," said E. Scott Chrisman, vice-president of commercial development for Sempra LNG and the Cameron LNG liquefaction project's leader. US Sen. Mary L. Landrieu (D-La.), who chairs the Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Sponsors of the 12-million tonne/year Cameron Liquefaction Project, planned at the site of Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG receipt terminal in Hackberry, La., made their final investment decision (FID) and will proceed with the plant. Sempra LNG, GDF Suez SA, Mitsui & Co. Ltd., and Mitsubishi Corp., ...
Cheniere Energy Partners LP selected Bechtel to provide engineering, procurement, and construction services for two new liquefaction trains at the Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, La.
Energy Regulatory Commission of acceptance into the pre-filing process for its 27-million tonne/year Rio Grande LNG liquefaction plant and associated Rio Bravo pipeline. Rio Grande LNG, a wholly owned subsidiary of NextDecade, is a land
subsidiary Bear Head LNG Corp. received notice from the Canadian Environment Assessment Agency (CEAA) that its proposed LNG liquefaction plant and export terminal in Nova Scotia would not need to adhere to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act of
export license with a maximum term quantity of 807 billion cu m, plus or minus 15%. Exports would leave a proposed LNG liquefaction plant near Grassy Point, north of Prince Rupert, BC. Woodside would implement Grassy Point LNG in two phases. Phase