The US FERC has issued an order authorising Gulf LNG Liquefaction Co., LLC and Gulf LNG Energy, LLC to site, construct and operate new facilities for the export of LNG at Gulf Energy’s existing LNG import terminal.
Gulf Energy’s existing LNG import terminal is located in Jackson County, Mississippi, near the city of Pascagoula.
The Gulf LNG liquefaction project will enable the receipt, treatment, liquefaction, and export of up to 10.85 million tpy of natural gas as LNG.
The opening statement of the FERC order reads as follows:
“On June 19, 2015, Gulf LNG Liquefaction Company, LLC (Gulf Liquefaction) and Gulf LNG Energy, LLC (Gulf Energy) (collectively, Gulf Liquefaction) filed an application for authorization under section 3 of the Natural Gas Act (NGA)1 to site, construct, and operate new facilities for the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at Gulf Energy’s existing LNG import terminal in Jackson County, Mississippi, near the city of Pascagoula (Gulf LNG Liquefaction Project). Gulf LNG Pipeline, LLC (Gulf Pipeline) is also proposing related activities under its blanket certificate pursuant to Part 157, Subpart F of the Commission’s regulations. For the reasons discussed in this order, we will authorize Gulf Liquefaction’s proposal, subject to conditions discussed herein.”
The full order can be viewed and read here.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/22072019/ferc-authorises-gulf-lng-project-expansion/