Energia Costa Azul reaches FID

Energia Costa Azul reaches FID Sempra Energy announced that its subsidiary ECA Liquefaction (ECA LNG), a joint venture between Sempra LNG and Infraestructura Energetica Nova (IEnova), had reached a final investment decision (FID) for the development, construction and operation of the ECA LNG Phase I export project in Baja California, Mexico. ECA LNG Phase I will be built and operated by Sempra LNG and IEnova as a single train with a nameplate capacity of 3.25m t/y. It will be the first LNG export facility on the Pacific coast of North America to tap into abundant gas reserves in Texas, with commissioning expected in late 2024. ECA LNG has already secured 20-year SPA’s with Mitsui and Tota

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