FERC authorises Driftwood LNG
Published by David Rowlands,
The proposed project is located near Lake Charles, Louisiana, and will be capable of producing 27.6 million tpy of LNG. The proposed pipeline will be 96 miles long, and will connect to the facility.
President and CEO Meg Gentle said, “Tellurian thanks FERC and other state and federal agencies for their diligence and for working alongside our team over the past three years to ensure that we bring the Driftwood project to the market safely and efficiently. We look forward to beginning construction and delivering first LNG in 2023.”
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