The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued an Energy Infrastructure Update for July 2014, which takes into account all progress being made on LNG pipeline projects in the US.
Freeport LNG received authorization to construct and operate an LNG export terminal (1.8 billion ft3/d) at Freeport LNG’s existing Quintana Island import terminal, located near the city of Freeport in Texas.
Kinder Morgan Louisiana requested authorization to construct and operate its Lake Charles Expansion project, which will provide 1400 million ft3/d of north-to-south capacity for Magnolia LNG for its proposed export terminal near Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Golden Pass LNG
Golden Pass LNG and Golden Pass Pipeline requested authorization to construct and operate an LNG export terminal (2.1 billion ft3/d) at Golden Pass’ existing import terminal in Sabine Pass, Texas, as well as pipeline facilities to provide 2500 million ft3/d of bi-directional capacity on Golden Pass Pipeline’s existing system to serve the proposed terminal.
Columbia Gulf commenced the FERC’s pre-filing process to construct and operate its Cameron Access Project, which will provide 800 million ft3/d of capacity to the proposed Cameron LNG export facility in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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