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KBR awarded FEED contract for Cameron LNG facility

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KBR has announced that it has received a contract from G2 LNG to provide Front End Engineering Design (FEED) engineering and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) report pre-filing services. This will help support the 14 million tpy LNG facility development in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, US.

Specifically, KBR will perform FEED engineering for a two train facility, and will use Air Products and Chemicals Inc.’s AP-C3MRTM technology. In addition to this, KBR will also supply all necessary technical documents required by the FERC during the pre-filing process.

The design that has been proposed will use state-of-the-art aeroderivative gas turbines, as well as other process enhancements, in order to optimise the design capacity of each train.

Roy Oelking, the KBR President of E&C Americas, said: “KBR will combine our history as a leader in the LNG industry with our experience as a cutting edge innovator to deliver a world class product for our client.

“We welcome the opportunity to work with a company like G2 LNG who values innovation as much as we do.”

The President of G2 LNG, Thomas Hudson, added: “We are proud to work with a proven industry leader like KBR.

“KBR’s vast experience in the LNG industry will prove invaluable to making this project a reality.”

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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