CH-IV International has been selected as Owner’s Engineer for Eagle LNG Partners’ LNG production and export facility in Jacksonville, Florida, US.
CH·IV will be responsible for the engineering necessary for completion of the LNG project’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) application.
The Eagle LNG facility will consist of three LNG production units at full build-out, with each unit capable of producing up to 500 000 gal./d. The facility will include one LNG storage tank, a marine load-out facility and dock that would accommodate small to mid-size LNG vessels, as well as bunker barges and an LNG truck-out facility.
Jeffrey P. Beale, President of CH-IV, said: “CH-IV is extremely proud that Eagle LNG has chosen us for such an important energy project. Clearly our experience in designing LNG facilities requiring FERC regulatory permit approval will help Eagle LNG progress this project toward providing a new source of clean-burning natural gas for the island nations in the Caribbean.”
Sean Lalani, President of Eagle LNG, added: “We are very pleased to be working with CH-IV on this project. Their knowledge and expertise in working with FERC is invaluable. We share a common vision of providing clean burning, affordable, US LNG to the Caribbean to improve emissions and combat volatile energy costs.”
Edited from press release by Callum O'Reilly
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