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Sabine Pass LNG files monthly report

LNG Industry,


Sabine Pass LNG has filed a report with the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee (FERC) covering construction activities through September 2014 at its export terminal in Louisiana.

Stage 1

Stage 1 engineering is 99.9% complete, procurement is 99.9% complete, and subcontract and direct hire construction work are 26.8% and 44.5% complete, respectively. Overall project completion for stage 1 stands at 75.6%.

Stage 2

Stage 2 engineering is now 88.3% complete, procurement is 63%, and subcontract and direct hire construction work are 26.8% and 8.5% complete, respectively. Overall project completion for stage 2 is 42.8%.

September highlights

  • Multiple columns and vessels arrived at site for Trains 3 and 4, while Trains 3 and 4 also received deliveries for propane condensers, pentane heaters and shell and tube heat exchangers.
  • Procurement continued to support construction activities at the jobsite through delivery of piping and structural items.
  • Subcontracts managed the following major subcontracts for Trains 1 and 2: storm water ditch work, field erected tanks, onsite concrete batch plant, offsite and onsite equipment insulation, permanent telecommunications, fire and gas detection, and the supervision of refrigeration compressors installation.
  • For Trains 3 and 4, subcontracts managed the efforts for field erected tanks, busing, the onsite concrete batch plant, permanent telecommunications, NDE, and fire and gas detection.
  • The equipment insulation subcontract was awarded.
  • Bids were received for the electric heat tracing and heavy haul subcontracts.

Edited from various sources by Katie Woodward

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/22102014/sabine-pass-lng-september-update-1643/

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