Gulf LNG Energy files more reports with FERC

Gulf LNG Energy, a unit of Kinder Morgan, has filed draft resource reports as part of the U.S. FERC’s pre-filing environmental review of its proposed liquefaction terminal to be located at the Port of Pascagoula.

The project includes the addition of liquefaction and export capabilities to GLE’s existing Gulf LNG terminal located in Jackson County, Mississippi.

The terminal will retain its current capability to receive, store, regasify, and deliver natural gas into the interstate pipeline system, as originally constructed, thereby making the terminal bi-directional in terms of LNG import and export.

The project will consist of two LNG trains with each train expected to have on average, a base LNG production capacity of approximately 5 million tonnes per annum.

Gulf LNG Energy expects that, once in operation, the liquefaction capacity could exceed the total base level of 10 Mtpa by as much as 10 percent.

The report can be found here.


LNG World News Staff; Image: Kinder Morgan